Miller and Carter Traditional
offers best cooked & deliciously served premium steaks & grills in a brilliant environment. Whether it's a spontaneous mid-week party, an official brunch, a weekend outing or a family get together, then let me give a shout out for the best Steakhouse, Pub & Grill in town i.e. Miller & Carter in Parbold
Running up in the lovely Douglas Valley between Wigan and Ormskirk on the edge of the pretty village of Parbold.
Our Steakhouse, Grill and Pub is famous across Lancashire, attracting people looking for pubs and restaurants in Chorley, Skelmersdale and Leyland. Mill and Carter offer a alot of steaks a year from their chain of 40 eateries over the UK, so they can scarcely assert the same "selective" tag as those huge name venues. However to be so fruitful you must know a thing or two about beef and what to look like after it from the field to the plate. Along these lines, notwithstanding some blended surveys on the web, we chose to make Miller and Carter in Parbold our Valentine's feast destination. Furthermore, I must concede we cherished it. You don't need to be a red meat fan to visit M and C, yet it absolutely makes a difference. The menu is vigorously dairy cattle based, which is not really astonishing for a spot which unashamedly calls itself a steak house.
There are 12 assortments to look over, going in cost from £13.50 for an eight ounce back end to £27.50 for a 10 ounce fillet on the bone. For the more yearning there is a 16 ounce Chateaubriand (to share between two) at £43.95 or a Longbone Tomahawk (additionally to share) which tips the scales at a substantial 30 ounces and retails at five pence shy of fifty quid. We went for mid-range bits of beef. Mine was a nine ounce 45-day matured British rear end (£17.50), while Mrs Ellis, a considerably greater steak fan than me, normally went for a much greater steak, the 12 ounce Ribeye (£19.95). Yet, more about that quickly. In the first place the spot itself: Big and occupied, yet warm and inviting, with a snazzy bar space and huge, open to, feasting territories. As indicated by their own particular attention, the organization not just prides itself on its steaks ("beef is a work of adoration at Miller and Carter"), additionally the amicability of its staff. Our server was both happy and mindful.
The primary menu had eight starters to choose from and not an insight of steak in sight. I picked the lemongrass and stew tempura ruler prawns presented with a sweet bean stew jam (£6.50). Mrs E went for prepared cheddar mushrooms in a smooth garlic and Cheddar sauce and presented with garlic bread (£5.25). Both were top of the line. Presently on to the principle explanation behind our visit – the beef. Is it safe to say that it would be a work of art or would the theory of probability imply that some place in those million steaks would be one, or potentially even two, sufficiently extreme to sole your shoes?
Thankfully not, as both the Ribeye and the posterior were superbly cooked, delicate and mouth watering. I had a sauce of Porcini mushrooms and dark garlic, Mrs E picked broke peppercorn, both £1.95.
As a side, M and C do a wedge of Iceberg lettuce in a dish with a dressing of your decision. Alison's was bacon and nectar mustard, mine garlic mayo and Parmesan. Sufficiently lovely, however not by any stretch of the imagination fundamental at £2.50 each. Notwithstanding the 12 sorts of steak, the menu additionally has three assortments of steak burger. It additionally incorporates ribs, chicken, sheep back end, fish, pasta and servings of mixed greens for those particular coffee shops who might need to visit a steak house and not eat steak.
While the brand is from the same Mitchells and Butlers bunch as Harvester and Toby Carvery, on this confirmation their steak houses are unquestionably notably better than their stablemates.
The Art of Great Dining – Gusto Restaurants
Knutsford may be steeped in history, but Gusto is already to some extent an institution – renowned for its authentic Italian cuisine and lively cocktail bar. In a town famed for its restaurants and select social scene, Gusto has a dedicated discerning clientele.
Inspired by the traditional grand cafes of Europe, Gusto is all about making everyday beautiful. At Gusto, we believe that being impressive doesn’t take a big deal.
Our classic and up to date Italian menu takes fresh, carefully selected, simple ingredients to create the best tasting dish around. Our everlasting, classic surroundings make any occasion – whether it’s a family lunch or dinner for two – feel special.
If you’re going to do anything, do it with taste. And do it with style. After all, life is a gift; live it with Gusto every day.
Brand of Gusto Restaurants
Italian restaurant chain Gusto continues to go from strength to strength. Gusto, which operates 12 restaurants, including sites in Alderley Edge, Cheadle Hulme and Knutsford, had reported a 22% rise in sales to £18.2m for the year ending March 31, 2015. Gusto has restaurants across England and Scotland including locations in Manchester city centre, Alderley Edge, Cheadle Hulme and Knutsford. With the financial assistance, Gusto is aiming to grow the brand to 26 sites over the next four to five years. Following the year-end, Gusto also stepped up its expansion programme launching a second restaurant in Glasgow in April, and opening its first restaurant in Leeds in July. The company plans to launch at least four restaurants in 2016, with openings scheduled firstly in Lytham St Annes followed by expansion into the Midlands in Leamington Spa and Birmingham city centre as part of the Grand Hotel development in the Cathedral Quarter of the city. Gusto is an exceptional brand with premium dining and high-quality service set in stylish locations.
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A dining club is a social group, which more often than not requires membership and here people meet for dinner and discussions on a habitual basis. Dining clubs often have a mutual exchange with other dining clubs across the nation or even worldwide. Some are able to arrange reciprocity with other private social clubs with more facilities besides dining such as overnight guest rooms and a gym. At Gusto Dining Club in Knutsford we have many offers and schemes for our customers.
GUSTO will swing open the doors of its new restaurant in Leamington next month. The company has invested more than £1million in the 160 cover restaurant and bar located within the town’s cheerful food quarter in Regent Court. The company is currently recruiting for 60 newly created jobs at the firm’s first restaurant in the Midlands - which will open its doors on June 9 at 5pm. According to Gusto’s Managing Director “This is a very exciting time for Gusto - we are delighted to be opening in the historic and scenic town of Leamington. Our restaurant ethos meets with the demographics of the town and surrounding areas appealing to a variety of clientele. The stylish restaurant will be packed with aspiration touches and beautiful decor, a place where you can feel welcome and special that is perfect for so many occasions. The lavish refurbishment will see the building transformed, complete with an outside terrace to seat 40 people. Gusto Leamington, which opened its first site in Cheshire’s Alderley Edge in 2005, will offer a classic and contemporary menu using fresh, carefully selected, simple ingredients to offer a wide choice of premium British and European dishes. Customers will also have a choice of more than 50 cocktails. There will be a lunch and brunch option, comprehensive wine list and a selection of unique specials with a family focused Children’s Menu served until 6pm.