Critic commends Tom's Place but not the price

11 February 2008 by
Critic commends Tom's Place but not the price

Jan Moir finds Tom Aikens commitment to sustainability at Tom's Place commendable but the experience too greasy, too expensive and too preachy.

Jay Rayner heads to Manchester to Paul Heathcote's latest venture Grado but finds it lost in translation, rating the restaurant's look but finding the food served inconsistent.

Mark Palmer of the Daily Telegraph finds Devon's Horn of Plenty scarily quiet but Peter Gorton's food worth shouting about.

For these reviews in full and more see What's on the Menu? >>

New Tom Aikens restaurant opens on Wednesday >>

Openings: Grado, Manchester >>

By Chris Druce

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