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Welcome to the Whitehouses in Retford, an award winning family run pub and restaurant on the outskirts of this small market town. Our aim is to provide high quality food and service in friendly comfortable surroundings.The extended Stokes family moved into Whitehouses in 2007 when the Grade II listed building underwent sympathetic refurbishment. Chef-proprietor James specialises in the preparation of dishes of the highest quality; all of which are sourced locally and prepared freshly every day.In addition to our main menu we also offer an alternative menu on Sundays and a great choice of specials which we change frequently to reflect the best quality seasonal produce available.
The Ship @ Bawtry
We have built a traditional menu, based on our years of restaurant experience. Whether you fancy one of our traditional pies, some fish or a steak, are just in the mood for a jacket potato or a baguette, why not try one of the most recommended establishments in the area? Starters range from £3.95 to £4.95 and Main courses from £6.45 to £14.95.We offer a good selection of beers (always 4 real ales on hand-pull) spirits, liqueurs, wines, soft drinks, coffee and tea are always available. Children are welcome and child’s portions and options are available on request. The Tap room has Darts, Dominoes and games machine available,a dedicated pool room is next to the front smoking area.Dave and Mandy Look forward to seeing you
Welcome to Shimla Indain Restaurant in Doncaster. From our humble beginnings as a Takeaway back in 2004, our fabulous authentic food grew so popular that due to public demand in 2010 we expanded offering a luxurious forty cover restaurant.Shimla is a holistic hill-station in India set against the idyllic backdrop of misty mountains and lush meadows. Its captivating charm is an ideal gateway to the world of serenity. This exotic isle is away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.Characterized by the extensive use of spices and herbs, Shimla presents an exotic flavor that will truly tickle your taste buds. Cooked in a taste intensive way and presented in the most innovative way, feasting on the South Eastern flavor at Shimla is an experience like no other.The Miah family has over 20 years of experience in Indian cuisine, our ambition and passion providing quality South Asian cuisine emphasising on nostalgic tradition, authentic culture, and the creative combination of culturally enriched ingredients in transforming our work in to a memorable diningA fusion and modern cooking styles helps us to create mouth-watering dishes, and compliments our passion for ensuring great service in a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. Our menu overflows with fantastic regional recipes and old favourites as well as the new additions like Ostrich and Duck. With banqueting nights happening every Wednesday & Sunday, diners can also experience a wide variety of Indian starters, main courses and side dishes for only £10.95. Shimla has a menu offering more than 75 tasty dishes and hundreds of more meal combinations, making Shimla the perfect place to have a meal with family or friends.
Zolsha - Doncaster
Zolsha Restaurant has always been the dream of an 18-year-old boy, Tufail Miah, who decided within six months of working as a porter in his initial job, that he wanted to open his own restaurant.We have been nominated for customer excellence and also been awarded the best restaurant in 2008 by quality foodsAt the age of 18, the dream was realised with the opening of a restaurant, seating 80, on Castle gate, Knaresborough called ‘The Spice Merchant’. Since then, through sheer enthusiasm, determination and hard work, the restaurant had been very successful, always going from strength to strength, however due to some complications with his joint partner he decided to sell his share thus the dream remained just a dream.After working elsewhere for a while, He still didn’t want to give up so he decided to again embark on another business. In winter 2007, He launched Zolsha restaurant in Knaresborough, a few streets away from his previous Restaurant. This was going to be his dream accomplished! The name ‘Zolsha’ is a word widely known as a ‘place of gathering’ in Bengali language and thus he thought what better name for a restaurant!Whilst the food at the restaurant is outstandingly consistent, the restaurant also has its own themed design. The restaurants have been designed to provide a contemporary atmosphere and carry a certain aura which is no less than being in any major city in the world.Ever since the opening of Zolsha, It has gained a huge reputation for its high quality cuisine, vibrant atmosphere and first class service and even old customers from his previous restaurant are now regulars to this one. The Restaurant has already been nominated for the customer Excellence Award and is in the finalists.