10 Unique Restaurants You Can Explore Online

 

 

Medina Restaurant, Malta

Consistently voted one of the world’s best restaurants, the Medina sits just off Mdina’s main Cathedral Square, in one of the Silent City’s typical winding alleys. A jewel of an eatery, flooded with natural charm, the Medina Restaurant is an original Norman residence full of Romanesque features, allowing for a truly unique dining ambiance. The honey coloured stone walls with the prettiest internal courtyard and classic garden attributes instantly hark back to another era.

Liberties Restaurant, Mannin Hotel, Isle of Man

Situated in the stunning Mannin Hotel in Douglas, the restaurant over-looks the Broadway and Villa Marina and offers a comfortable and laid back dining experience in open-plan setting. Using as much Manx produce as possible, the restaurant is open 7 days a week and features a cocktail so you can relax after a busy day at work, gather with friends for pre-theatre drinks or have an informal meeting over a cup of coffee.

Nile Restaurant, Trafalgar Tavern, London

Situated within the supremely positioned Trafalgar Tavern on the southern banks of The Thames, with wooden floors and glittering chandeliers, The Nile is tastefully decorated with maritime and Greenwich artwork adorning the walls and has its own bar serving a range of local ales and beers, wines, fine spirits and cocktails.

de Mondion Restaurant, Mdina, Malta

Set in the wonderful Xara Palace in the medieval walled city of Mdina in Malta, the de Mondion is perched high upon a rocky cliff and looks out across the south of the beautiful island. A One Michelin Star restaurant that is consistently rated amongst as one of the finest in Malta for the soul nourishing cuisine, refinement and excellence, the de Mondion promises discreet yet impeccably attentive service allowing patrons the time and privacy to savour the cuisine, the company and the view.

Hammett’s Macina Restaurant, Grand Harbour Hotel, Malta

Unimaginable history seeps from the Maċina’s ancient walls. Built almost half a millennium ago by the Knights of Saint John, the Maċina has been a landmark for centuries, now hosting Hammett’s Maċina Restaurant. Drawing on this history, the gastronomical concept is a take on the islands’ succession of powers with a modern representation of traditional Mediterranean culinary influences that date back to the Phoenician times.

The Pump Room Restaurant, Roman baths, Bath

Located above The Roman Baths, today’s Pump Room stands on the site of a smaller building built by John Harvey in 1706. Aristocrats came here to ‘take the waters’ – firmly believing in the curative powers of the hot springs.

As visitor numbers grew, Thomas Baldwin and Samuel Palmer built a larger Grand Pump Room in the early 1790s – its elegant, neo-classical style inspired by fragments of the Roman Temple discovered directly below during excavations. It soon became the destination for high society to meet and enjoy lavish entertainment. Jane Austen even mentioned it in her novels Northanger Abbey and Persuasion – “Every creature in Bath was to be seen in the room at different periods of the fashionable hours”. The place inspired other authors too, such as Mary Shelley, who wrote the iconic Frankensteinwhile staying in lodgings next door.

Delia’s Restaurant, Norwich

Located within Norwich City FC’s Carrow Road Stadium, Delia’s Restaurant and Bar is a beautiful restaurant where you are guaranteed the combination of a friendly service and relaxed atmosphere. One of Britain’s best-loved TV hosts and cookbook writers, Delia’s recipes are all cooked to her exacting standards. They are open every Friday and Saturday from 6:30pm until late; you can enjoy nibbles on arrival, a three-course dinner followed by coffee and something sweet, or they offer an à la carte menu. Delia’s Restaurant and Bar is committed to supporting local produce and the menu changes regularly to reflect the seasons.

Club House Restaurant, Twickenham Stadium

Located within the world famous Twickenham Stadium, The Clubhouse Restaurant makes up one half of The Clubhouse and consists of a formal restaurant suitable for dinners for up to 500. Touches of warm wood, leather and metallic finishes complete this light and airy facility which features predominantly open ceilings.

Grand Siecle Tasting Room, Yorebridge House Hotel, Yorkshire

Head down the original cellar steps to experience the ultimate in luxury with flagstone floors, bespoke granite tasting table and glistening chandeliers in the Laurent-Perrier Grand Siècle Tasting Room.Both Laurent Perrier and Yorebridge House are family owned businesses for whom quality is the overriding passion and focus. We have teamed together, forming a perfect partnership, to create this unique and exclusive room.

Lined with hundreds of bottles of sommelier selected wines, champagnes and ports from all over the world, this space is perfect for that extra special occasion providing an experience that you will cherish forever. The Tasting Room, which opened in 2018, is a beautiful and inspiring space perfect for celebrations and events for up to 12 guests

Northall Restaurant, Corinthia Hotel, London

Set within London’s 5 Star Corinthia Hotel, The relationship between producer and plate is the essence of The Northall. A seasonal menu plays to Europe’s culinary strengths. With award-winning executive chef André Garrett at the helm, each occasion is a taste experience to remember. The celebrated weekly ritual of Sunday lunch is also a highlight not to be missed.

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