noshery

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noshery

(ˈnɒʃərɪ) or

nosherie

n, pl -eries
informal a restaurant or other place where food is served
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Granted there is a restaurant part, but the pub identity has been retained especially, and deliberately, around the main entrance, so that drinkers know that they are entering what is primarily a boozer and not a nosherie.
And followed by a record number of Fs from Gordon as he dressed down the couple keen to make their backstreet restaurant into the town's No 1 nosherie.
Best bargain nosherie is La Campana,also in the centre of the town, where you can get chicken cooked in a wood-firedoven, with chips and salad for as little as pounds 7,and stay up till closing time,5am,dancing and singing,if you feel like it.
She enjoys the pounds 50-a-head Le Caprice, the establishment nosherie near Piccadilly.
LONDON'S most exclusive nosherie, The Ivy, has a secret back door so that celebs can escape the attentions of the paparazzi.
Jamal Hirani and Jonathan Marks, founders of top lunchtime nosherie tiffinbites* , met while working as buyers for the high street store's lingerie department.
But nothing had prepared me for the cost of dinner in this wonderful nosherie.
At the time of his trial, he claimed to have been suffering from severe brain damage, but this was not in evidence as he supped at Knightsbridge nosherie Motcomb's the other day with his second wife, Diana Bliss.
Now, though, there is a brand new eating experience, a nosherie which is new not merely in the sense that it hasn't been there very long but in that it's a whole new concept in dining.
It's also spotlessly clean and you can't help feeling you've walked straight into a restaurant showroom instead of a fully operational nosherie.
Fanny visited Egon's nosherie and called it "the most food-perfect small restaurant in London".
It has, as you know, three Michelin stars and is currently regarded as the best nosherie in France.