Sunday, January 20, 2008

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Launch of Britain's Finest Restaurants http://www. britainsfinest. co. uk/restaurants/

Britian's Finest restaurants serve the best ingredients, freshly prepared by some the country's most skilled and imaginative chefs. The surroundings are often luxurious but always comfortable. Service is of the highest order; in larger establishments that could well mean an army of waiters presenting your food with a flourish, but equally it could be the wife of the chef providing professional, knowledgeable and friendly advice in a small family run quality restaurant. A variety of styles are represented from cutting edge fine dining and more casual "modern European" cooking to some ethnic cuisines, but Britain's Finest focuses on quality rather than trying to be a catch all guide. Please visit http://www. britainsfinest. co. uk/restaurants for more info.

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Britian's Finest restaurants is compiled primarily by Andy Lynes a Glenfiddich Award nominated freelance writer specialising in food, drink and travel. He writes the Food of the Week column and travel articles for the Independent on Sunday Compact Traveller supplement and is a regular contributor to Restaurant magazine. He has been guest restaurant critic for The Guardian and Metro (London edition) and has contributed to the 2007 and 2006 editions of the Square Meal restaurant guide. His work has also appeared in olive magazine, Waitrose Food Illustrated, Independent on Sunday Review magazine, Food Arts, History Today and Scarlet magazine. Andy contributed to the revised edition of the Oxford Companion to Food and The AA's The Guest List, both published in 2006. Andy lives in Brighton with his wife Gill, children George (14) and Alice (10) and Lulu the German Shorthaired Pointer.

Carol Godsmark, has also assisted in the compilation of Britain's Finest Restaurants. She is the former chef and owner of a classical French-influenced Sussex restaurant which gained entry in the Good Food Guide, Michelin and won two AA Rosettes. She has been a restaurant critic, chef interviewer and food writer for national and regional newspapers and magazines for the past 12 years. She is a restaurant consultant and writer of six books including Starting and Running a Restaurant for Dummies and Starting and Running a Catering Business. She edits Savour, The Guild of Food Writers' publication, teaches chefs in Eastern Europe lighter styles of food and plays an erratic violin in a London orchestra.

Britain's Finest Restaurants is part of the Britain's Finest series, featuring the best hotels, bed & breakfast, inns, attractions, gardens, museums, galleries, historic houses, spas, golf courses in Britain. We are an team of travel enthusiasts, specialist journalists, and trusted inspectors who are constantly striving to bring you the most up-to-date, accessible and informative travel and leisure information to help you enjoy Britain.

Please visit http://www. britainsfinest. co. uk/restaurants (http://www. britainsfinest. co. uk/restaurants) for more info.

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