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Don’t mention the war!!! Actually, do if there’s pizza involved.
A WW2 themed pizza joint might seem like an unlikely fusion, but somehow it worked. It had an all you can eat buffet, pizzas served in wicker baskets, huge chocolate puddings… and all served up under the watchful portrait of Mr Churchill himself.
It’s a lap dancing club these days, but I know what gets me more excited on a Saturday night.
Work dos, hen dos, birthday dos – if there was a do to be had, Bistro French was the place to have it. I couldn’t tell you what the food was like (French presumably) – it was all about the dancing.
The format for a night in here was simple – get your heels on, down a few glasses of house white, and climb on the table for a good old boogie. What could possibly go wrong?
The Real McCoy
In these days of gourmet burgers and triple cooked chips, I’ve yet to find a burger bar to rival this one.
Whether it was a post cinema treat or a pre Warehouse stomach liner, the char grilled burgers were stacked high and succulent.
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Was it even your birthday if the whole restaurant didn’t sing to you?
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