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grillroom, Brit. grille room

A room for informal dining in a restaurant, club, or hotel.
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Marrying together the romance of the great British pub with the adventure of a menu of food and drinks from around the world, it's easy to see why the Dun Cow and Grillroom is Jesmond's best kept secret - a little slice of heaven, that feels strangely like home.
Daniel Maestri on keeping Mary Maestri's Italian Grillroom running
David Friel, head chef at The GrillRoom at The Square, Glasgow, says you can create a tasty dinner without spending ages in the kitchen.
Nevertheless, the story goes that he dropped into the Black Lion for a drink and perhaps could not resist the temptation of Fred Beaumont's famous grillroom situated in the hotel.
She then worked for Gordon Ramsay at The Grillroom, The Connaught Hotel in Mayfair, London, and moved to Dubai in May 2007 to broaden her horizons.
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.