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Critic finds Yellows not quite Premier League

18 March 2008 by

Giles Coren visits Goodfellas, the Belfast restaurant at the centre of the recent Irish News libel case, and finds it quite as bad as previously described.

The Independent's Tracey Macleod finds a few wobbles at Delia Smith's latest venture Yellows but as catering at football grounds goes it all mostly impressive if not quite Premier League yet.

Jay Rayner visits Le Cassoulet in South Croydon and surmises that it's not a good enough reason to visit the London borough but certainly but a pretty good choice of somewhere to go if you already happen to be in the area.

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By Chris Druce

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