Story and video from SWNS A restaurant in Birmingham which serves diners in sealed glass 'bubbles' is bucking the national trend and is FOUR TIMES busier than before Covid-19. The trendy eaterie, called Craft, is currently doing 600
A man is speaking out against a critically acclaimed restaurant his father's death turned into an argument over the eatery's cancellation policies. Martin O'Grady made a reservation for himself and five friends to eat at the
Does The Queen ever dine out? Is Prince Charles a fan of curry? Would Prince Harry ever be seen noshing on a burger at a high street chain? The answer to all three questions is: yes.Luckily for royal watchers at home and abroad, the whereabouts of the world's favourite HRHs are always well documented. Unsurprisingly, what goes on inside the establishments they visit stays inside, and privacy and discretion reign supreme – although behind closed doors, we all know that a royal loves to let their hair down.
Sick of going to restaurants that have one miserable-sounding veggie option on the menu? (We’ve all had a miserable excuse for a ‘veggie burger’ before.)Visiting vegetarian restaurants is the best way of having a decent selection of dishes to choose from, but around the UK, they can be few and far between.Fancy an unforgettable Thai green curry, a fried ‘chicken’ burger or something a little bit different that’s still meat-free?Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of some of the tastiest out there from Glasgow to Brighton.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:12 delicious veggie food ideas to rustle up for National Vegetarian WeekPre-sliced avocados are here to save you from avocado handUp your brunch game with cloud eggs, Instagram’s new food craze
Fancy yourself a bit of a foodie?Perhaps you’ve already visited some of the best bars in the world, but now it’s time to move onto edible stuff as the world’s best 50 restaurants for 2017 have been revealed.Held in Melbourne this year, The World’s Best 50 Restaurants awards were judged by industry insiders, food writers, critics and chefs.And if you want the chance of eating at one of them, you’d better get booking, pronto.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Drinking wine engages more of our brains than solving maths problems, apparentlyIce cream breakfasts have arrived at this London restaurant