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grillroom, Brit. grille room

A room for informal dining in a restaurant, club, or hotel.
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David Friel, head chef at The GrillRoom at The Square, Glasgow, says you can create a tasty dinner without spending ages in the kitchen.
Rated four stars by both the AA and Visit Scotland, the hotel has a friendly, welcoming ambience in the Lounge and Grillroom Restaurant, where you can watch the award-winning chefs cook your dinner in the openplan kitchen.
Executive Chef James Rendell has a "buy local" policy and with his team of 11 international chefs they rustle up delicious meals which are served in the sophisti- cated surrounding of the Island Grillroom Restaurant.
Choices include the Cristal Grillroom, La Brasserie, Cafe Royal, IL Terrazzo with its offering of Brazilian barbeque prepared in 300-year-old South American traditional style, and the spectacular three-story dome restaurant, The Globe.
Born in Ashton-under-Lyne, Miss Rogers demonstrated a precocious talent as a song and dance girl, which took her to the Tro-cadero Grillroom, London, and by the age of 14 she was one of the legendary Tiller Girls, developing the expertise and stagecraft which led to her becoming a choreographer.
The home had eight bedrooms, two kitchens, seven fireplaces, an elevator, a movie theater, a recording studio, a grillroom, and a swimming pool with spa and sauna.