What the Critics Say - round up of the latest restaurant reviews

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Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for What the Critics SayJay Rayner says Stovell's, the first solo venture from husband and wife team Fernando and Kristy Stovell, in Chobham, Surrey is a jolly good place to go eat.

The Observer's food critic is impressed with the former joint head chefs of London's Cuckoo Club, saying their restaurant is a place Surrey needs.  "They know what they're doing, and it shows," he adds.

Meanwhile the Independent's John Walsh is less impressed by the food at Bodo's Schloss, the latest venture from nightclub operators Nick House and Piers Adam, which is inspired by the Austrian Alps.  "I know food isn't the main point here, but it was still a dispiriting experience," Walsh says.

Writing in the Daily Telegraph Matthew Norman is wowed by all 17 courses at Simon Rogan's two-Michelin-starred L'Enclume in Cartmel, Cumbria, scoring the restaurant a perfect 5/5.

Although the restaurant is chilly and expensive, the London Evening Standard's Fay Maschler enjoys the food at Coya, the latest venture from Arjun Waney.

The brainchild of chefs Scott McKenzie and Levi Malcolm, Flavour By Scott Levi, has much to recommend it but with a reworked menu could be even better, says Andy Lynes in his Metro review.

Richard Bath, writing for Scotland on Sunday, says 21-year-old Michael Neave's Kitchen & Whisky Bar in Edinburgh, is a very grown-up restaurant.

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