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      19.04.2001 04:29

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      This is a Cantonese French Restaraunt and it is avery nice reataraunt. It is big inside, you can book it for parties and functions or just for a meal. They open in the day Mon-Fri 12pm-2pm where they do cheap lunches £5 for 2 courses I usually have stuffed mushrooms and sweet and sour pork, some of the other things are steak, spare ribs which are absolutely lovely, all ranges of Cantonese and things like salmon that is excellent valur for £5. In the night though a meal similar would cost you £20 upwards. It is very clean there, although the staff can be a little rude when they feel like. They are open from 7pm upwards in the evening and do take away foods when they are not to busy. There is also access for wheelchairs as there are no steps and the toilets are on the same floor

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      28.03.2001 06:39
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      As a native of Swansea, and a big fan of eating out, I can genuinely say that it would be unfair to give one restaurant in Swansea a review, when there are so many good ones to chose from. Therefore below, you can find a brief description and price guide to some of my favourites, if you are ever in the area, check one out. Nooks, St Helens Road - This is definitely one of my long term favourites. It offers a range of standard fayre including, steaks, burgers, salads, and chicken in various forms, plus a wide variety of desserts if you get that far, portions are generous. Nooks has not put its prices up in nearly 8 years, and represents really good value for money, at between £5 and £10 for a main course. Starters are around the £2.50 mark and my favourite is the deep fried mushrooms with Garlic Dip. Drinks are comparable in price with local pubs. The restaurant is not posh in the traditional sense of the word, but dress-wise, smart or casual will do. Service is fast and friendly: 01792 458635 Food - 5/5: Service - 5/5. Price - 5/5. Rendezvous, Princess Way - A chinese restuarant that offers a wide range of chinese and international cuisine. About £8.00 for a main course without accompaniaments. Steak - £11.00 - drinks are not cheap, but there are free prawn crackers for everyone. Service can be a little slow, and it is wise to book in advance and it is always busy. There is pianist playing in the main area, and lighting is dim. 01792 467113 Food - 6/5 (can I do that?) Service: 3/5. Price: 3/5. Anarkali, St Helens Road - This is an indian restaurant, offering a wonderful range of tasty dishes - definitely the best in Swansea, although if you can't get a table here there are many more good ones to chose from. Prices are fairly standard in the area with little to chose between them. On Sundays the restaurant offers an 'eat as much as you can' buffet, offering a selection of dishes including, Chicken Tikk a Massala, Tangri Kebabs, Chicken Kurma, Prawn Dupiaze, Lamb Curry, Onion Bhajees, Rice, Chips, Salad, poppadoms and Naan bread, rounded off with Sliced oranges and After Eight Mints, all for the price of £7.00 adults £4.00 children under 10. Drinks again are comparable with local pubs - you can also just have a jug of ice water if on a budget. 01792 650549 Food: 5/5. Service 4/5. Price: 5/5 PACO's, St Helens Road. A spanish restaurnt offering a wide range of spanish foods, average price two courses c£20. Not cheap, and it doesn't serve pints, only bottles of spanish lager. Well worth a visit for a special occasion, although it may be wise to book in advance:01792 301522. Food - 5/5: Service 5/5. Price: 3/5 (but worth it) Miahs - a big church opposite Nooks, is the largest indian restuarant in the area, seating, I believe around 200 people. It is big, brightly lit and offers a wide range of indian dishes, with a small selection of british meals for those with blander taste buds. Ideal for big groups of people, not so appealing for a quiet romantic night out. The restaurant has recently opened and has quickly developed a cult following. I did not find the food the best, and have eaten better. The service is very slow. Chicken Tandoori Biriani - £7.50: Also offers a buffet on Sundays. Food - 3/5. Service - 2½/5. Price: 5/5. Kingsway Balti, Town Centre - a value for money, good quality Indian restaurant, that daily (5.30pm - 10pm) offers a buffet menu, where you select one item from each sector of the menu, including starter, main course, accompaniment and side dish for the princely sum of £6.50 (£3.50/child) per head. If you finish all this, you can re-order (not starters) at no extra cost. Drinks again are city centre pub prices. You shouldn't need to book, but be prepared to wait. Food: - 5/5: Service - 5/5. Price: 6/5. In addition, there is Pizza hut, 2 McDonalds, Wimpy and Burger Kin g. I could carry on with list for ever, but those you have got this far are probably bored stupid by now. Next instalment will be the pubs in Swansea and surrounds, of which there are many, offering a wide range of meals at excellent prices, ideal for those on a tight budget.

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