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Cavershams Restaurant
The Caversham Restaurant in the centre of Reading is nestled in one of the best hotels in town, the Penta Hotel Reading. Combining a range of both classic and innovative dishes in an entertaining, open-theatre style kitchen, Caversham’s is quickly becoming more than a locally-known destination. Try the langoustines duck spring rolls with a plum dipping sauce. Steak lovers are also well catered for with a nicely selected grill menu. Friendly staff and exceptional service is sure to make you feel right at home.
Address: Penta Hotel Reading, Oxford Road
Price range: £24 / €35 and und
Cuisines: World


Cilantro
Please note, Cilantro is currently undergoing refurbishment, and will re-open again in Autumn 2008.

Fine dining restaurant in the Millennium Madesjki Hotel, Reading. An impressive menu of Modern European cooking competently handled by chef John O'Reilly. Equally popular for weekday corporate or client entertainment as for celebratory evening meals.
Address: Millennium Madejski Hotel, Madejski Stadium
Price range: £35 - £44
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L'Ortolan
L’Ortolan could be called the fulfillment of chef patron Alan Murchison’s vision to create a restaurant where guests can find perfection in cuisine, comfort and service. He and his talented team guarantee a unique culinary experience at this delightfully situated, Michelin-starred establishment surrounded by beautiful grounds. Lunches are exceptional and excellent value for money, coming in at £22 for two courses or £26 for three. Classic French cuisine with a modern twist is presented to an impeccable standard and complemented by a magnificent wine list.
Address: Church Lane, Shinfield
Price range: £75 - £84
Cuisines: French


Cerise Restaurant & Bar at The Forbury Hotel
Cerise Restaurant and Bar in Reading’s stylish The Forbury Hotel is a chic and sexy brasserie deluxe, decked out with candy-striped and chocolate leather banquettes, cappuccino cloths and white china. Buzzy, classy but informal, it works just as well for a quick, off-the-cuff bite for lunch as it does for a romantic dinner or a long-planned family celebration. The restaurant menu changes every couple of months. You might begin with hot seared foie gras, mango and chilli chutney and toasted brioche, or Iceberg parcel of Brixham crab with ribbons of marinated vegetables. Mains could be trio of rabbit with sweet shallot purée and tarragon jus, or a perfectly-cooked grilled organic rib-eye steak with home-cut chips and béarnaise sauce. Still got room in that pudding compartment? Try the decadent Chocolate Four Ways, or an iced lemon parfait with basil and yoghurt sorbet and a compote of summer fruits. The wine list caters for all tastes and has some interesting and unusual choices. If you needed a reason to visit Reading, Cerise is definitely it.
Address: 26 The Forbury
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: British


Lakeside Restauarant
For a meal with a view, nothing in Reading beats a window table at the Lakeside restaurant at the Copthorne Hotel. The modern, spacious, ground-floor dining room with near-psychedelic carpet and big-patterned chairs directly overlooks a vast expanse of serene water. On the menu are international a la carte dishes served by friendly, professional waiting staff. The place is busy all week with mainly business guests, while weekends see more people on a short break.
Address: Copthorne Hotel Reading, Pingewood, Berkshire
Price range: £45 and under
Cuisines: British


Mari e Monti
Mari e Monti is among Reading’s most romantic restaurants. One of two Italian restaurants on The Walk, it is run by Alberto and Julio and their wonderful team who know most diners by name. The atmosphere warms up further when on the night’s guest singers perform. Quality and freshness characterise the menu which, as you’d expect, specialises in fresh pasta and classic sauces. Favourites include octopus risotto, and chicken breast and oyster mushrooms with cream and dry Marsala sauce.
Address: The Walk , 19-23 King Street
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: Italian


Le Cafe
Located in the Millennium Madejski Hotel, Le Cafe is a wonderfully light and airy, brassiere style restaurant offering freshly prepared dishes. Order a la carte from the Le Café menu or try the Loch Fyne Menu for fish lovers. Don’t miss the oysters served on ice with lemon and Tabasco and the wild boar sausages. Great for the whole family, children are well-catered for, complete with high chairs, children’s menu, children’s packs, toys and crayons. Reading FC fans take note, there’s a extensive buffet available on match days, and it’s better value than the traditional pie and pint.
Address: Millennium Madejski Hotel, Madejski Stadium
Price range: £25 and under
Cuisines: Thai, European


Bankside Brasserie and Bar
On the banks of the River Thames, just minutes from the centre of Reading is the Bankside Brasseries and Bar, the restaurant of the impressively contemporary new Crowne Plaza Hotel. With its glass roofed atrium, wooden floors and dark leather seating Bankside is the sleek, modern piece de resistance of the building. Ideal for business lunches and romantic dinners alike the setting is complemented by a carefully arranged menu of classically influenced British food, created using locally sourced produce and a range of dishes to suit any palette. A comprehensive wine list accompanies the selection to ensure that whatever the occasion a visit to Bankside is a night to remember.
Address: Crown Plaza, Caversham Bridge, Richfield Avenue
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
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Lsq2 Bar & Brasserie
Lsq2 restaurant in Reading has a brilliant location for a smart, unpretentious gathering place. Located on the waterfront in Green Park, Lsq2 is just behind Madejski Stadium and next door to the Ecotricity wind turbine, a short hop from the M4. So there are no excuses for missing this relaxed bar and brasserie featuring local produce, seasonal menus and modern European dishes with an Australian twist. From bread to truffles, every single thing is home made. Signature dishes include seared ostrich carpaccio with wonton taco salad and wasabi mayonnaise, and Aberdeen Angus steaks aged for 35 days then char-grilled, pre-cooked weight is your choice. Vibrant flavours, reasonable prices and a spacious bar to relax in – Lsq2 has it all.
Address: The Pavillion , 220 South Oak Way, Lime Square, Green Park
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
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Tootsies - Reading
The Reading representative of the popular modern burger chain Tootsies is housed on the river side of The Oracle shopping centre. Roll up day or night for casual Americana eating in smart surroundings. An all-day menu features brunches of eggs Benedict, pancakes, and French toast with maple syrup. Leaving big salads, chargrills and Tootsies famous burgers for lunch or dinner. There are nine beauties to choose from, two of them vegetarian. Tootsies are typically very family-friendly, and this branch is no exception. A Juniors menu offers pared-down versions of the main menu with organic dishes. Great meal deals from£6.95. There’s a more grown-up feel at night when candles are lit and lights dimmed.
Address: Unit R16, The Oracle Centre
Price range: £24 and Under
Cuisines: Other


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