With its cheerful green frontage, Cah-Chi looks from the outside like it might (as is the case with many moderately priced Asian restaurants) have a bit of a canteen-y feel to it. Stepping inside, however, […]
Set over three floors in the impressive 15th century Prysten House, Tanners restaurant provides a beautiful setting for a romantic dinner. All stone walls and oak beams, it has the air of a castle but […]
With its stunning sea views, warm, friendly atmosphere and unfussy bistro style food, The Boardwalk Restaurant & Bar has long been a favourite dinner venue for me and my dining partner on our occasional trips […]
The North Norfolk coast has been a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1968 and offers a scenic rural retreat just a few hours’ drive from London. Many visitors stay just outside the AONB […]
Shopping on London’s Oxford Street is a draining experience at the best of times, and the area’s restaurants and cafes tend to be either identikit chains or absolutely packed (or both) so finding an independent, […]
How do Forks-Up determine a restaurant’s “Forks-Up” Rating?
We’ll rate the restaurants we review, taking into account everything from ambience to flavour, from service to the wine list, from variety to value for money. We’ll score each restaurant by putting our “Forks-Up” for them: one Fork-Up is pretty unimpressive; five Forks-Up is downright brilliant.
– One Forks-Up, Un-impressive
– Two Forks-Up, Not a recommended restaurant.
– Three Forks-Up, Decent value for money, however there’s room for improvement.
– Four Forks-Up, A very good restaurant and one that Forks-Up.com would recommend you try out some time.
– Five Forks-Up, It doesn’t have to have a Michelin Star to get Five Forks-Up, but we’d strongly advise Michelin to come visit them! They’ve got everything from ambience and great food to perfect service.
We also assign Half Forks-Up where we can’t decide exactly where the reviewed restaurant ranks.