Come Dine With Me... ;-)
Looking for a new restaurant? We know you're sitting at your desk thinking, "Where the hell are we going to eat to night?" Or maybe you're thinking, "OK, I'm starving and I need a glass of fizz to shake this mood."
We think you’ll be in fine company when eating out at any of our gorgeous partner restaurants. They’re scattered around the UK; they guarantee a warm welcome; and they'll have a chilled bottle of Thomson & Scott Skinny Champagne and Skinny Prosecco waiting for you.
Zizzi (UK and Ireland)
With 140 (and counting) restaurants in the UK and Ireland you’re never far from a Zizzi. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free pizzas, and specialities such as Spiedini Pescatore (seafood skewers), Pulled Beef Arancini (stuffed risotto rice balls) and Chichetti Sharing Boards. Excellent kids menu too.
Gazzano & Son, Farringdon Road, London
Stock up on hams, olives, cheeses and pastas at this delightful deli where everything is lovingly sourced by the Italian owners.
The Barn at Scorton, Preston
Browse the garden centre then run around it – you’ll need to work up an appetite to make the most of the hearty dishes on offer in The Barn restaurant.
Plum + Spilt Milk, Great Northern Hotel, London
Award-winning restaurant where you can expect Pan-Fried Fillet of Loch Duart Salmon, Creamed Woodland Mushroom Vol au Vent and Iced Peanut & Salted Caramel Mousse.
Surbiton institution as beloved for its monthly weekend Farmer’s Market Breakfast as its leisurely dinners. The diners clearly have great taste because the Thomson & Scott Skinny Prosecco listing is all down to customer demand!
Guy’s Restaurant, Glasgow
A unique venue in the heart of the Merchant City set up by former catering company to the stars Reel Food. We love its quirky vibe – The Guardian described Guy’s as, “One of those places that defies conventional wisdom."
The Corner at Selfridges, London
Selfridge’s needs no introduction, and The Corner restaurant is the perfect place for a fashion-savvy, cool-hunting, instant-Instagram lunch or dinner.
Originally a pop-up and created by genius ex-Nobu chef Scott Hallsworth, diners love Kurobuta’s inventive take on Japanese cuisine with dishes that look so beautiful you’ll almost be sad to eat them. Almost… They weren’t called, ‘Insanely delicious’ by Jay Rayner in The Guardian for nothing.
Delicious wine, cocktails and Thomson & Scott Skinny Prosecco paired with spuntini appetisers designed to share. We love the dips, the pungent cheeses and endless cured meats.