Globe Inn Marsh, restaurant review: Profits here are ploughed back into the Sussex economy

10 Military Road, Rye, East Sussex. Tel: 01797 225 220

Bacco, restaurant review: 'Why would you dip battered rabbit in cheese fondue?'

25-26 Red Lion Street, London WC1 (020-7242 7900)

Waiter service for diners begins at 6pm with Pret A Manger’s new ‘Good Evenings’ menu, at its Strand branch in London

Can Pret a Manger cut it as a dining venue?

One central London branch is piloting dinner service until 11pm - part of a wider trend of fast food establishments branching out into the restaurant world

Church Street Tavern, restaurant review: Handsome townhouse combines warmth and hospitality with serious cooking

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ABode Exeter, Cathedral Yard, Exeter (01392 319955)

Ethos, restaurant review: The buffet system needs a lot of work at this meat-free venue

48 Eastcastle Street, London W1. Tel: 020 3581 1538

Hurwundeki, restaurant review: How did we find ourselves eating in a barber shop?

Arch 298, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 (020-8981 0267)

Blacklock, restaurant review: Good news if you're a fan of chops ... but so far only half the menu is available

24 Great Windmill Street, London W1, no reservations

The Horse Guards Inn, restaurant review: Top-quality pub food served with generosity and flair

Upperton Road, Tillington, West Sussex (01798 342332)

Best tacos in London: A taco for every kind of taco eater

Looking for the best taco truck or just somewhere you can make on lunch break? We've got you covered

The Fenchurch Seafood Bar and Grill, restaurant review: Lunch in the Walkie Talkie isn't a patch on the vertiginous thrill of the Shard

Fenchurch Street, London, EC3. Around £65 a head for two, including wine

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