The Sunday Times 2015 - Best Places to Dine on Weekends
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From top lunches to top brunches - the following list from The Sunday Times 2015 shares with you the "Best Places to eat at the Weekend!"
So if you’re looking for a carvery – maybe a traditional roast with chicken, beef or pork and veg, searching for the smell of strong coffee and brunch to accommodate a hangover or just somewhere to enjoy on a Saturday mid-morning; the following will point you in the right direction of the best of the rest.
Brickwood Coffee and Bread serves quality coffee, freshly baked sweet treats and sandwiches, and is ideally located a stones throw from Clapham Common.
16 Clapham Common South Side, Clapham, London, SW4 7AB
East Avenue Bakehouse is a bakery and social eatery offering freshly baked goods and a seasonal menu. Pastries and coffee are served during the day while sharing platters and wine are available during the evening.
112 Bold Street, Ropewalks, Liverpool, L1 4HY
(0151) 708 6219
Tredwells creates contemporary British cooking in the heart of the West End. Showcasing the very best in seasonal produce, menu highlights might include grilled prawns, pork gyoza, spiced prawn broth; sea bass, Colchester oyster, leek, verjus, wild fennel; and Tiptree rhubarb trifle.
4a Upper St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9NY
Tredwells also features two bar areas that serve chef-inspired cocktails and hosts live music at the weekends.
0203 764 0840
134 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2HH
The Modern Pantry is brought to Clerkenwell courtesy of chef Anna Hansen, formerly of The Providores. The venue's formal dining rooms are situated above the ground floor cafe bar, serving innovative cuisine which makes use of a diverse range of ingredients.
1st Floor, 47-48 St Johns Square, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 4JJ
(020) 7553 9210
Poco Bristol Ltd, 45 Jamaica Street, Kingsdown, BS2 8JP
Teacup is a cafe with a difference, serving a huge range of teas, coffees and smoothies alongside vintage crockery, posters and t-shirts in a funky atmosphere.
53-55 Thomas Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1NA
(0161) 832 3233
Urban Angel do a delicious choice of traditional scottish and tapas meals using fresh and organic ingredients where possible.
121 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1DJ
Harbourside, St Mawes, TR2 5AN
The Culpeper is a modern yet traditional pub on Commercial Street. Featuring a rooftop growing space, The Culpeper grows their own vegetables, fruits and herbs that are used in the dishes created and the cocktails.
40 Commercial Street, Shoreditch, London, E1 6LP
(020) 7247 5371