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Hello and welcome to Taylor’s Fine Dining.

We’ve been working hard over the last month to bring you what we hope will be one of the most sought-after dining experiences in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire.

As an introduction to our restaurant and team, the thought we’d take a few moments to tell you what we believe fine dining means.

Fine-dining restaurants are all different but share similar characteristics: attention to detail, perfect execution, and exceptional service. Today fine dining is typically a little more adventurous, with the concept evolving to cover an eclectic blend of cuisines and dining concepts.

At Taylor’s you can expect to see foods such as pheasant and foie gras on the menu. We want you to thoroughly enjoy the experience, so if you’re unsure about anything, please ask our team for more details or recommendation. We can also cater for different diets and food intolerances with a little prior notice.

We believe fine dining is all about detail, and that extends beyond the menu to encompass the dining experience as a whole. Our teams have worked hard to get the details right. So from the art on the walls to the brightness of the lighting, it’s all designed to create a stylish yet intimate atmosphere where you can really relax.

Our team

Service is an important part of fine dining. No matter what the concept, you should expect knowledgeable servers and attentive yet unobtrusive service. Every member of Taylor’s fine-dining team is experienced, conscientious and well informed. Ask them anything about our food or menu – if they don’t know the answer straight away, they’ll find it out.

In the past, you might have associated fine dining with fancy linen-draped tables and a rather stiff, formal setting. Nowadays the concept has evolved – it’s all about fresh, local food prepared in unique ways and served in a unique atmosphere.

We can’t wait to welcome you into our restaurant and experience our very own take on fine dining.

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