Edgbaston Experience

Edgbaston

The home ground of Warwickshire County Cricket Club since 1885, Edgbaston is located to the south west of Birmingham. This prestigious venue hosted the inaugural Women’s World Cup final, the first competitive floodlit day-night cricket match in the UK and the first day-night Test match in the UK. It is now also home to the… Read more »

Scottish Event Campus & Ovo Hydro

Scottish Event Campus

The Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow includes the SEC Centre exhibition and event halls, the SEC Armadillo conference space and the landmark OVO Hydro, which stages more than 140 entertainment and sporting events every year. Hospitality on the campus is provided by SEC Food, a partnership between SEC and Levy Restaurants UK. Each venue… Read more »

Ye Olde Reine Deer Inn

Ye Olde Reine Deer Inn

A warm welcome from a long tradition of hospitality awaits you at Ye Olde Reine Deer Inn, one of the oldest in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Soak up the atmosphere while you enjoy homemade food, real ales and craft beers. Dating from 1570, when it first opened at 47 Parsons Street, the Inn is full of historic… Read more »

Seasons Café at Aylett Nurseries

Seasons Cafe at Aylett Nurseries

Founded in 1955 by Roger Aylett, Aylett Nurseries is a multi-award-winning garden centre located on the south side of St Albans in Hertfordshire. The business stocks a huge variety of plants, shrubs and trees, along with garden equipment, landscaping materials, pots, planters and gifts. But Ayletts is best known for their stunning dahlias, which have… Read more »

Goodwood

Goodwood - Farmer, Butcher, Chef

Located in the heart of West Sussex, the 12,000-acre Goodwood Estate has been home to the Dukes of Richmond & Lennox for more than 300 years. Best known for its motor circuit and the world-famous Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival, the estate hosts Glorious Goodwood and horseracing fixtures throughout the year. It also offers… Read more »

The Kia Oval

The Kia Oval Events and Entertainment

Built on the former Kennington Common in South London where cricket matches were played in the early 18th century, the Kia Oval has been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club since 1845. Although best known as an international cricket ground, this prestigious venue has also hosted a range of sporting events, including football,… Read more »

The Folly Inn

The Folly Inn

Occupying a tranquil, rural location near the historic market town of Towcester, close to the racecourse, The Folly Inn dates back to the mid 17th Century. A charming building built from English stone with a thatched roof, the Inn is full of character and has a lovely garden. The highly rated restaurant is consistently popular… Read more »

The Waffle House

The Waffle House

Founded in June 1978, The Waffle House is a local institution. Situated within the iconic 16th Century, Grade II listed Kingsbury watermill overlooking the River Ver, in the tranquil Conservation Area of St Albans, this family business is popular with all ages. The varied menu includes hearty breakfast waffles, savoury options and indulgent sweet toppings,… Read more »

The Churchill Hotel

The Churchill Hotel

The Churchill Hotel is a Grade II Listed Georgian mansion in the heart of York. Dating from 1827, with a rich history, it is now a stylish, contemporary 32 bedroom luxury hotel with fine dining. Located on 65 Bootham, a stone’s throw from city centre, it’s an ideal base for exploring York. Alongside the atmospheric… Read more »

Lussmanns Sustainable Kitchen

Lussmanns Restaurants use Menu Guide

Lussmanns is a multi-award-winning independent group of restaurants in Hertfordshire. The ‘locals’ independent fish and grill’, they offer stylish, sustainable dining in Hertford, St Albans, Harpenden, Hitchin and Berkhamsted. Founder Andrei Lussmann has more than 30 years’ experience in hospitality and is a pioneer in this highly competitive industry. His belief that restaurants can be… Read more »