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The Good Food Guide 2008 (Paperback)

by: Edited by Elizabeth Carter, Edited by Caroline Blake

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ISBN: 1844900363
ISBN13: 9781844900367

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'The Good Food Guide' is a refreshing insight into the UK restaurant scene. All of our inspections are anonymous and we pay for every meal we review. Unlike other guides, we do not accept sponsorship, advertising or freebies. Our readers contribute their feedback throughout the year, so the reviews inside are completely unbiased. This edition reviews nearly 1,200 establishments, from the Cornish coast to the Scottish Highlands, and includes information on prices, chefs, new openings, wine lists and menus. It also includes features and interviews with top chefs including Heston Blumenthal, Antonio Carluccio, Gary Rhodes, Michael Caines and Tom Aikens.This year's guide includes: a dynamic new layout and 300 new entries; county navigation; simple, easy-to-use symbols; reader recommendations; interviews, articles and features; and, GBP 50 of money-off vouchers. Whether you're looking for a business lunch, dinner with friends or a once-in-a-lifetime blow-out meal, 'The Good Food Guide' is bound to have the perfect venue.