British Restaurants For Fun and Fine Dining
The British are inveterate travellers, exploring the world. Is it a thirst for adventure or a simple escape from punishing winters? If you can travel abroad for fun and frolic, there are things to do in the UK that give you equal enjoyment. England certainly has no dearth of places where you and your friends can have a delightful evening out. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” That applies to life in general as well. Routine life is like reading the same page over and over again. You need some fun and excitement to spice up your life; something like a murder mystery weekend UK establishments offer.
If you are lucky enough to be in London, you could spend days having wonderful dinners in exotic restaurants serving a variety of Indian, African, Indonesian, Greek, Irish, Italian and Jewish foods. Simple steak at Marco in Chelsea costs only £34. A three course African meal with cocktails at Shaka Zulu costs about £42. Enjoy a Champagne afternoon tea for two for only £29 at Corus Hotel in Hyde Park. The Centre Page offers ale tasting and burger treat for one at £10. Wish to have still more fun and excitement for the weekend? Ask any restaurateur and he will organize a murder mystery night event for you and your group.
If London is a lively place Manchester is no less a happening place when it comes to having marvellous meals at amazing prices. A Narrowboat cruise with three course meal for two costs around £25 here. The secret to wonderful meals in Manchester is to go in for the all you can eat deals. For example, the Taj Palace offer a grand Indian buffet for only £56 for two and that includes wine or beer. If Latin American food is your choice of the day, head for the La Esquina Latina and fill yourself with a Brazilian Rodizio Meal for two at only £26. How about a Mongolian BBQ? Maybe you would like some exotic Vietnamese or Korean food that is gaining in popularity these days? Not to worry. Manchester has these wonderful places waiting for you to drop in. The Seoul Kimchi offers genuine vegetarian Korean food. Koreana is another place you can try for some delectable Korean stuff. Baekdu offers you a spread of grilled beef, chicken, squid and side dishes and is a unique BBQ restaurant to have plenty of fun, possibly a murder mystery night. In contrast to the usually quiet places, the Azuma is a lively Korean restaurant with on the table grills to let you cook food just the way you want.
If you are looking for British restaurants for fun and frolic you can hunt around or better still, simply visit an online discount voucher website. The website lists fun and entertainment available across the UK. In addition, you can register, buy coupons and redeem them for discounts up to 70% in member establishments. Recommend a friend and gain an added bonus. Look for Manchester restaurants offers Friday evenings for some good deals.
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