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Restaurant review: The Real Greek, Reading.

The Real Greek, The Oracle Riverside, Reading, RG1 2AT. 

Sit back, relax, and indulge in the gorgeous tastes of traditional Greek dishes. This Reading restaurant will transport you to the shores and tavernas of idyllic Greece with its velvety wines and mouth-watering mezes.

 

The Real Greek sits on the riverside of the Oracle shopping centre, next to Italian eatery Franco Manca and just a stride away from stylish bar and restaurant Caffeine and Cocktails.» >

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Fiery, Flavoursome, Pho-nomenal.

Just a stride away from the Duke Street bus stop, Pho reading is the perfect retreat for anyone looking for a mid-week catch up or end of exams celebration with a twist.

 

Pho prides itself in serving up tasty Vietnamese food which is traditional and creative in style.

It has only been serving customers for 15 years, but is still the same family-run business which prepares its food fresh on a daily basis.» >

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Supermarket ‘co-operates’ with NUS

The NUS extra card harbours plenty of student-friendly discounts, from cutting prices on the latest clothing trends, to saving you 25% on your train tickets.

Arguably the most important aspect of student life which should be carefully budgeted for, however, is the food shop.

Thankfully, as of the 23rd of September 2013, a 10% student discount is available from Co-operative Food, potentially saving students up to £130 a year.

The wait is finally over for students, who, throughout many NUS surveys have requested a supermarket discount.» >

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Reader’s top destination: Brighton

Katie Parris

Brighton is located on the South coast of England and is a must visit destination to see whilst at Reading as it’s so close. Located just two hours and fifteen minutes from Reading! It’s a city which has: a great night life, Brighton Pier, the Pavilion, the Lanes and the recently constructed Big Wheel. For those on a tight budget you can get a return ticket, with a railcard for £20.80.» >

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