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Brook’s, West Yorkshire: ‘A surprisingly good modern brewery’ – restaurant review | Food

Brook’s, 6 Bradford Road, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 1RW (01484 715284). Small plates £ 7.50 to £ 10, large plates £ 16.50 to £ 25, desserts £ 6.50 to £ 7, wines from £ 21 My name is Jay Rayner and I am helpless in the face of good bread. I am especially helpless in […]

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A truly delightful evening at Arundels by the Pier in the West Cork wilderness

Down on Sheep’s Head, West Cork, pretty much the best hospitality for alfresco dining during the Covid was and remains Arundel’s by the Pier, comfortably tucked away in a small, clement cove, a leeward shelter sheltered from the prevailing Atlantic weather that scours the far western side of the peninsula in an infinitely darker and […]

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Café Cecilia, London E8: “Hot but with an artisan touch” – restaurant review | Food

Cafe Cecilia in Hackney, east London, challenged the question that strangers often ask me, “So can you have a table anywhere at any time?” The answer is complex, but, in short, I always answer: “Yes! of his maitre d ‘and, of course, of my own cunning in trying to clear my way. For now, let’s […]

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Restaurant Review: The Bar & The Grill at The Dorchester Park Lane

The Dorchester bar and grill are a heady cocktail of classic and contemporary. Photo: The Dorchester The iconic Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane opened its glamorous doors in 1931 and 90 years later it is not showing its age. As the Christmas lights began to twinkle in the ever-sparkling Mayfair, I walked through its famous […]

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Restaurant Review: FUSIAN (Westerville) – Columbus Underground

FUSIAN is a sushi restaurant that started with its first location in Cincinnati. He has long presented himself as sushi for everyone, but it’s not just sushi for everyone, it’s also sushi for everyone. At this point in the game, Columbus has its own FUSIAN restaurants in Easton, Grandview, Clintonville, and it added Dublin and […]

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Restaurant review: Warm, savory and earthy fusions at Nawab restaurant – News

Dubai – Savor fusion and healthier offerings at Nawab, Jebel Ali Recreation Club Published: Thu 18 Nov 2021, 07:56 PM Who wouldn’t love to enjoy a rich, creamy bowl of goodness, every night? We would all like to eat like kings, after all. Loosely translated, Nawab means king or queen if you had to explain […]

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Restaurant review: Baccalà Bermondsey specializes in excellent seafood and wine

The weather outside can be chilly and chilly, but if you want to transport yourself to the Adriatic Sea, head to Baccalà in Bermondsey, a family restaurant run by two couples that specializes in excellent seafood and wine… Photo: Baccala The Italian restaurant, which is run by a family of two couples and run by […]

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Mexican joint Loco Rita’s in Dundee misses the point

Our visit to Dundee’s vegan Mexican restaurant, Loco Rita, coincided with World Vegan Day (November 1) as well as celebrations marking Mexican Day of the Dead. However, events marking the progress of veganism or honoring deceased souls with wild parties hadn’t quite reached Dundee on the rainy Monday evening we ventured into – Loco Rita […]

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Anti-masks leave scathing review of restaurant on ‘satanic activity’, owner prints on top

A restaurant owner has been hailed as a “legend” for taking a one-star review and printing it on a line of T-shirts. Most outlets are no strangers to a bad review, but Luna Rotisserie in Durham, NC decided to celebrate one instead. The restaurant revealed that a group of customers were unhappy with the mask’s […]

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Restaurant Review: Cinco de Mayo Mexican Restaurant | way of life

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Hidden Downtown Dining Room Has Historic Appeal

There’s a warm, stately dining room tucked away out of sight in downtown Detroit. Bohemia serves up a trendy, chef-led, fun upscale menu on the third floor of the 130-year-old Detroit Club in an ornate dining room, but you kind of have to know it’s there because it’s not. There is no exterior signage or […]

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Restaurant Review: Hide, Beverley | Yorkshire Post

Pork Halsham HU17 vegetables, apple My crime? Lick the plate clean. I could not resist. At the sight of the whole restaurant, I brought it to my face and gorged myself on the sauce. Not once, but three times. A seven course tasting menu and I licked the plate after three of them. For shame. […]

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Restaurant Review: Lady in Greenwich Village

New York has so few good seafood restaurants that you’d think we were the biggest city in Nebraska. Outside of the most exclusive sushi bars, kitchens devoted entirely to handling fish with care and finesse are rare. When I told a friend I was reviewing a new seafood restaurant that was actually pretty cool, he […]

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Restaurant review: Climbing the basement of Myriel’s church

Is a grandma’s pie in the basement of a Minnesota church something that brings international culinary stardom? If you live in Minnesota, your first reasonable thought is probably, No never. A grandmother’s pie is a humble thing, a quiet thing, something that does not enter into the international culinary struggle. He sits towards the back […]

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Luckenbooths opens on High Street in Edinburgh, restaurant review – is the food as legendary as the location?

I am not particularly superstitious. I don’t wear lucky pants at most restaurant reviews, and I don’t have a rabbit’s foot to ward off the curse of bad food and wobbly tables. Register now to our daily newsletter The newsletter i cut through the noise I never bother to throw salt over my shoulder and […]

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Chef Pierre Koffmann and journalist Richard Vines launch Koffmann & Vines website and restaurant review column

The names are familiar to you …Yes. Restaurant’s most tenacious duo Pierre Koffmann and Richard Vines – think Walter Matthau of Grumpy Old Men meets Patsy and Edina of Ab Fab (individual sartorial sense, always seen with a glass of champagne in hand) – put on their expansive dining , drink and, in Pierre’s case, […]

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Restaurant review: Cèna in Paris

Cèna’s ever-changing menu is always impeccable. © Monsieur Tripper David Lahner is today one of the most innovative restaurateurs in Paris, with a multitude of chic addresses in different neighborhoods that suit different clienteles and culinary desires. These include La Crèmerie, Le Bon Saint Pourçain, Anima, Racines, Caffè Stern, Vivant and now Cèna (the word […]

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Restaurant review: Magnolia Social offers fine dining and affordable prices | Life

Magnolia Social, a new beer garden and restaurant, recently opened in downtown Starkville, with the goal of bringing great food to the Chester Hotel. According to them Facebook, Magnolia Social promotes itself as “elevated southern cuisine + handcrafted cocktails in a relaxed environment”. Normally, I’m a little hesitant about new restaurants in the South or […]

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Restaurant Review: Egyptian Foda Sandwiches in Astoria, Queens

One school of thought on liver holds that it should never be cooked so long that the inside loses all of its pinkish-pink color and fades to a dull brown. This view is not likely to be shared by anyone who has eaten kebda Eskandarany, the beef liver sandwich that has spread from his native […]

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Tailor is a warm and slightly torn postcard from Europe

Here’s a little cafe in Krakow’s Old Town: its neat tables spill out onto the street, waiters in starched aprons bustling with bottles of wine, and exhausted dishes are wiped off the chalkboard menu. I stayed there for an entire afternoon several years ago, sipping coffee and Zubrówka. I don’t remember the name of the […]

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The Copper Dog at the Craigellachie Hotel in Speyside

On a recent trip to North Speyside my boyfriend and I found ourselves in the difficult situation of finding a cool, yet laid back, place for lunch. It had been a flying night tour after visiting the Macallan Distillery the day before. A quick Google pointed out that the Craigellachie Hotel was a short drive […]

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Restaurant review: A Momento in St Annes might be small in size but it’s rich in flavor

Through the misted-up window we can see other guests already seated and enjoy the hospitality of the Alexandria Drive restaurant specializing in traditional Sicilian and Sardinian dishes. Booking is essential, as the venue is compact to say the least – but much like the classic Fiat 500 pictured on the main wall – the design […]

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Restaurant review: Kettle Black Kitchen on Monroe Street is nailing it | Restaurant Reviews

He has a kitchen helper on Friday and Saturday nights, but that person leaves at 9:30 p.m., leaving all the cleaning up to him after cooking all day. “I’m not complaining. I love it,” Hamilton said. “But at the same time, if we were much busier, I think I would die.” He said he hopes […]

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Restaurant review: Guildford’s new Long Bar and Grill menu was beautiful and creative

I recently went to the Long Bar at Guildford’s Harbor Hotel and enjoyed the most wonderful meal of my life. After strolling past the restaurant formerly known as The pier Many times, I had always wanted to try their mouthwatering menu. So I was delighted when an invitation landed in my mailbox for their post-Covid […]

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The Jolly Gardeners, Restaurant Review: Well Made Pub Food

gEstablishing a pub properly is a difficult thing. Getting a pub and subsequent dining room is even more difficult. Trying to be a gastropub (thrill), is an almost impossible task. This involves balancing potential drinkers with serious diners and possibly disappointing both. Above all, a pub should be a destination for an impromptu, relaxed beer. […]

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David Ellis on The River Restaurant review: Gordon Ramsay leaves innovation at the door

NOT Oh, please don’t think I hated this place just because, of everything, I liked the serving dishes better. But this tableware, you should see it. There was a sparkling half-pipe of a bread tray – one end decorated not with skaters, but with a carved starfish and its mate of clams. An oyster platter […]

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New Restaurant Review: Myriel in St. Paul

Don’t think about Chef Karyn Tomlinson’s new restaurant near St. Kate’s for special occasions, as its $ 135 tasting menu is perhaps the most expensive in town. Ok that’s for sure can be a place for a special occasion and can’t wait to try the full 10 course experience. But avoiding Myriel because of the […]

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Restaurant Review: Martha’s Tea Room in Ocean Springs

Martha’s Tea Room moved from Washington Avenue to Government Street in Ocean Springs. Julien Brunt Special for Sun Herald Sources of the ocean You might remember Martha’s Tea Room when it was on Washington Avenue downtown. That was years ago, and things have certainly changed, and in a beautiful way. It is now located in […]

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Una Más, Sydney: Restaurant review: Restaurant review

What was supposed to be the smaller, more casual little sister of Merivale’s larger dining room, inadvertently stole the show when they opened in tandem in early 2020. With Will’s Cocktail Bar, Una Más shares the same entrance and the same amenities as Mimi (including Sydney’s most glamorous bathrooms). But where Mimi’s reflects the successful […]

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a’Mare, Sydney: Restaurant review: Restaurant review

Brought to you by powerful Italian couple Alessandro and Anna Pavoni (Ormeggio at The Spit), a’Mare is the shining gem of Crown Sydney’s restaurant portfolio. Despite being located inside a hotel and casino, the new Italian gourmet restaurant promises a refined evening without pretension. You’d think the uninterrupted views of glittering Barangaroo Bay and the […]

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Magic of Mimesi at Dimora Palanca: restaurant review

FOOD + WINE Magic of Mimesi Helene farrell October 22, 2021 – 10:48 AM to share A month ago, I was about to throw in the towel on the September issue. It’s not really an excuse, but a bathtub kept me captive in the grandiose hotel that has just opened Dimora Palanca. Luckily for the […]

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Restaurant Review: Raising Cane’s – there’s something to be said for keeping the menu simple | Restaurant Reviews

Cane’s is a big brand and has its name on all of its containers, cups, napkins and bags. The paper the sandwich was wrapped in said “is. 96″ and had fish graphics. The fish on the chicken sandwich wrapper “symbolizes when Todd (Graves), our owner, went to Alaska to earn money to pay for Raising […]

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Restaurant Review: Momo Ghar Dublin

Five years ago, momos burst onto the local food scene with a bang. Although the momo makers themselves were rather quiet, their creations at Momo Ghar inside Saraga International Grocery spoke loudly. The place has garnered national attention for momos and Nepalese dishes, with coverage on Food Network. Then Food and Wine declared it one […]

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New Restaurant Review: Malcolm Yards Market

Malcolm Yards Market Offers Diversity, Quality and FunPhoto by Kevin Kramer I am a dining room skeptic. Yes, I went to Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia and loved DiNic’s Broccoli Rabe Sandwich. Grand Central in Los Angeles is cool, as is Chelsea Market in New York, but Minnesota’s efforts have left me on the edge. […]

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Kebab Kid, London: ‘Take-away as a cult’ – restaurant review | Food

Kebab Kid, 90 New King’s Road, London SW6 4LU. Take out only, cash only, kebabs £ 4.75 to £ 9.50. Nusr-Et Steakhouse, 101 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7EZ (01821 687738), steaks £ 85 to £ 1,450. One Sunday lunchtime and I’m sitting outside a restaurant in Knightsbridge, London, famous for serving £ 1,450 steak, and eating […]

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New Restaurant Review: Cardamom at the Walker Art Center

Service coffee at the counter in part, refined-casual dining part. Chef Daniel del Prado has teamed up with pastry master Shawn McKenzie to create the perfect restaurant for Walker Art Center. It’s easy for lunch or a gallery tour, but also romantic for a date night with global flavors to suit the setting. My wife […]

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Pizzeria Mozza, London: “the food is shockingly good” – restaurant review

I love Italian food in America. New York and the major northern cities have developed a distinctive Italian-American cuisine rooted in delicatessens and immigrant-owned restaurants, while California has evolved “Cal-Italian,” based more on fresh local produce and a interest in the health aspects of the Mediterranean. diet. For me, each of these strands has its […]

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Lady: restaurant review in New York

The Lady’s Dining Room in Greenwich Village. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland When gastronomic scholars sift through the ashes of this dark era for clues on how to survive the next Great Plague, the case of the tiny seafood restaurant called Lady, which has been open in one form or another since last year, will be up […]

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Fadiga, London: “The pasta is really delicious” – restaurant review | Food

Fadiga, 71 Berwick Street, London W1F 8TB (020 3609 5536). Starters £ 8-£ 12, main courses £ 9-£ 18, desserts £ 8-£ 9, wines from £ 25 I knew my ridiculous hair made sense. This is this review. Because without my midlife crisis expressed through shiny braids, I wouldn’t have been introduced to Fadiga. It […]

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Restaurant 18 at the Rusacks Hotel in St Andrews

There is nothing I love more than a great hotel restaurant, but finding an experience where food is not an afterthought grudgingly and overpriced for residents and account holders. of spending is extremely difficult locally. Memories of terrible meals at famous hotels in Dundee and St Andrews predate Covid although I am now convinced that […]

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Bibi, London W1: “Genius and subversive” – ​​restaurant review | Food

Bibi is a new high-end opening in the capital, which is currently not lacking. The ‘high end’ is a shy way for hoteliers to communicate the notion of imported chandeliers, four-ply toilet rolls, complex cocktails, tiny portions on beautiful tableware, and, on the outside, a Mercedes-AMG wagon being blocked by Westminster Council. These restaurants survived […]

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Restaurant review: CheLi in the East Village

Have you been walking down St. Marks Place lately, the block between Second and Third Avenues? Since the beginning of the alfresco dining, it seems the noodle bar scene in “Blade Runner”, although the weather is generally better. Tartan pants with a profusion of zips at Trash and Vaudeville decamped for another street a long […]

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Don Giovanni hits back at ‘vulgar’ Facebook restaurant review

Don Giovanni has hit back at a “vulgar” restaurant review posted on his Facebook page. Bosses of Manchester’s oldest independent Italian have called on customers to be ‘nice when dining’ after receiving negative reviews from a recent customer. The woman said the service she received was “appalling” and went so far as to describe the […]

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Restaurant Review: Dine in the Depot at the stunning Harvey House | Food drink

Harvey House’s cuisine could best be described as contemporary continental: the upper Midwest with a strong French influence. The atmosphere is a bit steakhouse (shrimp cocktail, rib eye, duck), a bit locally grown (shishito peppers, wild rice) and a lot of subtle technique. Intense attention to detail connects fleurons of crème fraîche on a salmon […]

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The Wigmore, London: “The best cheese toast in town” – restaurant review | Food

The Wigmore, 15 Langham Place, London W1B 3DE (020 7965 0198). Toastie £ 13, snacks £ 5.50 to £ 7.75, main courses £ 14 to £ 16, dessert £ 5, beers from £ 5 a pint, wines from £ 28.50 Happiness is a well-made cheese toast. The XXL Stove Top 3 Cheese Toasts with mustard […]

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Fiend, London W10: ‘Clever, deliciously erratic and slightly confusing’ – restaurant review | Food

SSome restaurants lurk in my journal for weeks, instilling mild anxiety rather than happy anticipation. Devil was one of those examples. It started with the name, which does not whisper equanimity, reverie or gluttony. Fiend, in my opinion, is a demonic, possibly green, gnome-like being, waiting in a dark alleyway in the name of Satan […]

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Montclair Restaurant Review: Cuban Pete’s

Located 10 minutes from the Montclair State University campus in downtown Montclair, Cuban Pete’s is a popular Cuban and Spanish style restaurant known for its fun, island atmosphere. True to its reputation, you’ll be warmly greeted by waitresses and waiters and hear peaceful banjo music on the radio. There is a smell of fresh seafood […]

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Erst, Manchester: ‘One of the best meals of the year’ – restaurant review | Food

Erst, 9 Murray Street, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6HS (0161 826 3008, erst-mcr.co.uk). Plates £ 5- £ 12, wines from £ 20 A restaurant menu can be the sweetest promise: we have those ingredients; we have the means to prepare them; what would you like? But these are not simple documents. Some menus are so wrong. […]

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Sessions Arts Club, London EC1: “Decadent and Sexy” – Restaurant Review | Food

Arts Club sessions at Clerkenwell is not a private club, but it does feel like some of the best of the 1980s and 1990s, when those places were secret and unsanitary bolt holes. Enter on a Thursday for lunch, then walk out flashing in the sun on Friday. What happened behind those usually unmarked doors […]

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Restaurant Review: Habaneros Grandview – Columbus Underground

The Habaneros Fresh Mexican Grill team operates three restaurants here in central Ohio. You’ll find a few Habaneros locations in the Hilliard area, and he’s now joined the Grandview community in the Empire of Large Rectangular Brick Buildings. Large rectangles aside, it’s what’s inside that counts. That’s always true when it comes to good food. […]

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Le Pavillon: review of the New York restaurant

Vanderbilt Oysters at the Pavilion. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland On days of ‘Look at me, I’m in Noma!’, ‘Look at me, I’m at Eleven Madison Park!’ are finished, they are dunzo, ”said my friend, Gastronome Las, as we sat in Daniel Boulud’s new downtown business, Pavilion, and watched the world go by. The great COVID-19 plague […]

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Restaurant review: Shukette in Chelsea

Shukette is the faster, looser and stronger spin-off from chef Ayesha J. Nurdjaja Shuka. Both restaurants get their name from shuk, the Hebrew word for an open-air market, and Shukette has more than that: the hustle and bustle, the smell of cumin and charcoal, the mind-boggling array of snacks. , pickles, dips and skewers. and […]

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Vegan Tofu, London: ‘Bring the Big Hitters’ – Restaurant Review | Food

Vegan Tofu, 105 Upper Street, London N1 1QN (020 7916 3304). Starters and dim sum £ 5.50-£ 8.50, large plates £ 7.90-£ 14.80, desserts £ 4.80, wines from £ 18.50 About a dozen years ago, an editor invited me to go vegan for two weeks, so I could get back to the boisterous frontline of […]

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Restaurant Review: Aroma – Columbus Underground

This summer, Aroma debuted on Lynn Street in the spot that used to be Si Señor (!). Prior to this, the space housed Deli in the Alley. Unlike its predecessors, Aroma isn’t focused on deli meats or south of the border, genres that are both familiar and popular for the downtown crowd. And while “Aroma” […]

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Pittsburgh Restaurant Review: Fig & Ash is a New Classic

DOUBLE CUT PORK RIB WITH PICKLED PINEAPPLE CHUTNEY II fell in love with Fig & Ash’s double cut pork chop. It is soaked in a brine enriched with apple cider vinegar, paprika, thyme, cinnamon, garlic and cloves before being cooked in the wood-fired fireplace at North Side Restaurant. The moment the chop is removed from […]

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Restaurant review: Soothr in the East Village

It was a sweltering August afternoon when I first arrived at Soothr, and I wish I had visited several months earlier. Thai noodle soups are the restaurant’s specialty, and while summers in New York City aren’t kind to anyone, they’re especially harsh if you like noodle soups. When the city boils in the ’90s temperatures, […]

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Restaurant review: Restaurant Bec aux Alpilles

The enchanting setting of Restaurant Bec au Paradou © BEC Unless you know something about the couple who created this delicious restaurant at Paradou, one of the prettiest and most beloved villages in the Alpilles, it may be an unlikely surprise to find such mundane and spiritual cuisine in an old town. stone inn in […]

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Iris: restaurant review in New York

An Aegean themed feast in Iris. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland In this perilous and stormy time, when cooks and their restaurants are washed by waves and swept off the coast, it helps to be an adaptable jack-of-all-trades. Over the course of his long and varied career, John Fraser worked in large kitchens (the French Laundry and […]

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The Pigs, Norfolk: ‘Living up to its name’ – restaurant review | Food

Pigs, Edgefield near Holt, Norfolk NR24 2RL (01263 587634). Appetizers £ 4.50 or £ 8 per person for a selection, main courses £ 14 to 15.50, desserts £ 6.25, wines from £ 21 Restaurant names matter. If you refer to hedges, petals and berries, you are telling us that you cook only to serve the […]

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Restaurant Review: Tiger Pie

Yellow Brick Pizza has long been a multi-faceted operation. And “faceted” is a deliberate choice of word. Like a diamond and its facets, the seal has many sparkling sides. Yellow brick is suitable for classic pies. It also has acclaimed meatball subs. And, his version of Tristano’s deep dish is worthy of special occasion fare. […]

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Restaurant review: Café Basque in Biarritz

Chef Cédric Béchade reinvents local dishes in his signature style at the delicious Café Basque in Biarritz © 364 COMMUNICATION Renovated last year, one of Biarritz’s most venerable historic seaside addresses now offers 19 rooms – decorated by Parisian interior designer Sarah Lavoine, with spectacular views of the breakers of the Atlantic crashing over the […]

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Nautilus Pier 4 finds gold as it travels the world’s coasts

The whimsical world a team of seasoned industry veterans has created on Boston’s waterfront is filled with buried treasures. Foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign up now for our bi-weekly newsletter. Nautilus Pier 4 offers cuisine from around the world, including Sichuan eggplant, at Boston Seaport. / Photo by Jenna Skutnik The nautilus, […]

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Mangal 2, London: “It’s brave and convincing and really delicious” – restaurant review | Food

Mangal 2, 4 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XN (020 7254 7888). Small plates £ 5- £ 12, large plates £ 14- £ 19, desserts £ 7.50-£ 8.50, wines from £ 28 If Mangal 2 were located almost anywhere else in London, that wouldn’t seem particularly noteworthy: just another urban bistro with an open kitchen, […]

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Restaurant review: Gallow Green – The Knockturnal

Your new favorite rooftop restaurant Rooftop bars and restaurants are the unspoken backbone of New York dining. There is nothing quite like going to a rooftop restaurant with a group of friends on a beautiful summer evening. And a hidden gem that we tried recently was a place called Gallow Green located at the top […]

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Restaurant Review: GENJIGO – Columbus Underground

Hibachi restaurants are age-old destinations for big celebrations. That’s because they offer more than food: there’s also a show. Additionally, hibachi joints offer diners a high level of culinary control – diners choose their own ingredients, in terms of meat, vegetable and sauce combinations. Typically, the house chef cooks things right in front of you […]

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Nakaji Restaurant Review: Sushi Hideaway in Manhattan’s Chinatown

Try to get a reservation at one of Manhattan’s luxury sushi bars and you’ll never guess the restaurant business is in trouble. As I write this, you have to wait a week to taste one of Shion Uino’s $ 420 omakase meals at 69 Léonard Street. Masa, where lunch and dinner now cost $ 800 […]

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Redding’s spinning wheel offers a winning mix of old and new

Without the sign and parking lot, The Spinning Wheel could be mistaken for one of the dozens of Revolution-era houses that strolled and weaved their way into modernity through Newtown and Redding. A covered slate patio and large paned windows overlook grassy lawns teeming with flower species that look half-tame and natural to the landscape. […]

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Restaurant review: Firangi Superstar, a whimsical ode to old-world India on Craig Road, Singapore, Lifestyle News

The magic of a romantic movie is that the whole world receives a rose-tinted refreshment – anything and anyone’s life can be renewed and reinvented. It’s the dreamy feeling we get when we step into Firangi Superstar, the brand new modern Indian concept from The Dandy Collection along Craig Road. Calling itself a “love letter […]

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Mentor’s CoreLife Eatery is fast, relaxed and creative

I’m not a health guy per se, but I try to avoid processed foods, refined sugar, and artificial ingredients. That’s why I was happy to see CoreLife Eatery join the vast Mentor food scene some time ago. CoreLife is a national franchise dedicated to healthy eating. There are no fries, desserts or soda. Everything is […]

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Restaurant Review: La Plaza Tapatia

Editor’s note: The photos were taken at a different time than the review, so discrepancies may occur. La Plaza Tapatia changes the selection available in its hot bar daily, so not all items may be available at all times. Plaza Tapatia is located just opposite the casino. While the latter looms large and somewhat ominously, […]

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Restaurant review: Tom Colicchio’s Vallata in Union Square

The problem with Tom Colicchio’s new restaurant, Vallata, isn’t it the food, most of which is very good and some of which are wonderful. Everything is Italian, in a rustic trattoria style made with ingredients picked from the Union Square Green Market, a few blocks from the Vallata location on East 19th Street. “Colicchio Italian […]

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New Restaurant Review: Side Chick

Fried chicken during the pandemic and Justin Sutherland since 2020: These are the two hottest foods. They are fair. All the restaurants in town have added fried chicken. (People got so crazy about chicken during the pandemic that there was national shortages.) And Justin Sutherland consults on everything: The Gnome, Woodfired Cantina, the food inside […]

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New restaurant review: the story of the butcher

Wagyu Denver steak topped with chimichurri with aPhoto by Kevin Kramer Minnesota’s biggest restaurant soap opera is arguably the downfall of the four-star steak and sausage shop Butcher & the Boar. Over months and months of nervous anticipation, the chatter filled my inbox: Why is there no more alcohol? I hear it closes! We were […]

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Restaurant review: Cadence, Vegan Soul Food in the East Village

As the restaurant industry examines its assumptions about how it works, maybe it’s time to question whether the experience in famous kitchens is overrated. This thought has been going through my head ever since I started to eat Cadence, a vegan restaurant in the East Village. The chef is Shenarri Freeman and Cadence is the […]

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Burnt Orange, Brighton: ‘Delivered on its smoky promise’ – restaurant review | Food

Burnt Orange, 59 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AL (01273 929923). Starters £ 4 to £ 10, main courses £ 8 to £ 19, desserts £ 4 to £ 7, wines from £ 22 Brown foods are best. We know it. Brown foods relate to caramelized sugars and the Maillard reaction; they are generous, […]

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The Forest Side Hotel, Cumbria: “extremely impressive” – ​​restaurant review

Ask any great chef to list the essential qualities needed to do their job and they will include an element that has nothing to do with culinary finesse and everything to do with their ability to motivate staff and build a happy and efficient team. These attributes increase in importance with the size of the […]

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Maya at the Hoxton Hotel – Restaurant review

What about a Mexican on the roof? The Standard did this with Decimo, which you reach via a ruby ​​red elevator that skyrockets to the 10th floor, then there’s Madera de Langham Place inside the much-photographed Treehouse Hotel. But, Soho House being Soho House, it had to have its own themed riff. And it comes […]

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CheLi: New York restaurant reviewer

CheLi is designed to evoke a rural village in China. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland Lots of restaurants closed during the great plague year, of course, but lots of open as well. As most of us slept on our sofas in a Zoom-added stupor, the irrepressible spirit of the restaurant world bubbled endlessly just below the dark […]

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The Bradley Hare, Wiltshire: ‘The meat is impeccable’: restaurant review | Food

Bradley’s Hare, Church Street, Maiden Bradley, Wiltshire BA12 7HW (01985 801018). Starters £ 6.50 to £ 10, main courses £ 13.50 to £ 23, desserts £ 7.50, wines from £ 20 If you wanted a single plate of food to symbolize the current state of the bloated country pub, you could do a lot worse […]

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Dunmore House is the complete package

My relationship with Dunmore House began a ‘billion’ years ago when I stayed with the family of a friend from the boarding school, 500 yards away from the hotel’s beautiful coastal perch facing the east, on Clonakilty Bay. One evening, lemonade and chips at the hotel bar apparently led to my first game of spinning […]

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Polo Lounge at Dorchester Rooftop, a new summer restaurant in London

Polo Lounge at Dorchester RooftopCourtesy of The Dorchester Of course, no rooftop bar would be complete without a spectacular cocktail menu – and the Polo Lounge certainly doesn’t disappoint on that score. As deliciously named as they are delicious, highlights include ‘Pretty in Pink’, an uplifting blend of Belvedere Vodka, pineapple, lemon juice, raspberry puree […]

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Alif Cafe, a trendy and welcoming place in Glens Falls

Glens Falls is bustling. The restaurants, cafes and brasseries on Ridge and Glen Streets, two rays from the downtown roundabout, teem with crowds on the sidewalks in the sun. They munch on tacos at Raul’s, burgers and beers at Davidson’s Brewing and Downtown Social, small plates on tiny tables at Radici Kitchen, and sip cocktails […]

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Restaurant Review: Boxwood Biscuit Co.

In 2016, restaurant publications began predicting a big cookie trend in the United States. Which is to say, cookie concept joints were going to be all the rage. Cookies on every menu! Unfortunately, this trend has never really manifested itself in these regions. Had a few joints with cookie sandwiches for breakfast, but that’s about […]

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Sonny Stores, Bristol: “They do it perfectly well” – restaurant review | Food

Sonny Stores, 47 Raleigh Road, Bristol BS3 1QS (0117 966 0821). Starters £ 4 to £ 9, main courses £ 13 to £ 19, desserts £ 6, wines from £ 18 There is no sparkling river flowing in the middle of Raleigh Road in Bristol’s Southville district. There are no arctic snowfields of white linen […]

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New Restaurant Review: Josefina

Photo by Jason DeRusha The gourmets of the western suburbs cried the tears of Croque Monsieur when they learned that Gavin Kaysen was closing Bellecour in Wayzata. But when a famous chef’s door closes in Wayzata, another opens. Talented and prolific chef Daniel Del Prado brings pizza, handmade pasta and gloriously roasted vegetables to the […]

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The Beaumont, Hexham, Northumberland: “It’s amazing” – restaurant review | Food

A fun game to play with the Metropolitan Elite, or indeed anyone south of Watford, is to ask them to locate Hexham on a map. Or Northumberland, for that matter. Many areas of the north, of which the rural northeast is a particularly good example, resemble the Bermuda Triangle to southerners: mysterious, vaguely defined, and […]

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Wasabi on Wolf Road loud, fast, more value than quality

For 35 years 195 Wolf Road was Real (and Reel) Seafood Co. Lately it has been transformed into Wasabi, an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant and sibling of the original Saratoga Springs which is a great way to stretch the belts and not break the bank. Sushi, sashimi, maki rolls, noodles and apps are all there for […]

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The Double Red Duke, Oxfordshire: ‘It’s a class act’ – restaurant review | Food

The Double Red Duke, Bourton Road, Clanfield, Bampton, Oxfordshire OX18 2RB (01367 810222). Snacks and small plates £ 7.50 to £ 16, large dishes £ 12 to £ 35, desserts £ 9, wines from £ 27 Later, I would think of it as the redemptive scallop; like the bivalve that made amends for the tragically […]

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Henrock, Bowness, Cumbria: “It blew me away” – restaurant review | Food

Eliving in the Lake District, which I do a lot, always involves some level of struggle. Staff issues and short opening hours are normal, while all the delicious and reasonably priced places are booked six months in advance by the control freaks in every Lake District weekend Woo-Hoo! WhatsApp group. That leaves a plethora of […]

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Blue Boar Pub, London SW1: ‘There is a lot to love’ – restaurant review | Food

INormally the pubs around Westminster are perpetually buzzing; the area is a honey pot for tourists and, well, politicians need places to dry off their assistants. One need only look at any recent sexy political digression to instinctively know that alcohol and drinking glasses were involved. Of course nothing is normal right now, so the […]

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Gage & Tollner: New York Restaurant Review

After a long wait, a Brooklyn landmark is back. Photo: DeSean McClinton-Holland In a city filled with ancient and venerable catering institutions, Gage & Tollner, which began life as an oyster house near the Brooklyn waterfront in 1879, is one of the oldest and most venerable. The dark-toned brasserie-style dining room on Fulton Street was […]

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The terrace of the New Holmwood Hotel, Cowes

A little off the beaten track, but with good food and panoramic views of the Solent, this is a great place to eat al fresco. Phil Sampson reports As I walked around Egypt Point, I often wondered where the inhabitants of Cowes Castle – those “gentlemen actively interested in boating,” as the Royal Yacht Squadron […]

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The Barn at Moor Hall, Aughton, Lancashire: ‘Delicious eccentricity’ – restaurant review | Food

IIt’s Wednesday noon at The barn at Augton, a chic and ‘laid back’ fine-dining restaurant, and every table is filled with seventy-five more heart-wrenching, liberated, and double-bite. They eat platters of brown butter poached Cornish turbot with plump, glazed royal jersey terrines on the side. They order a guinea fowl with mashed celeriac and caramelized […]

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Trick Daddy’s Miami Gardens restaurant review – bombarded by Beyonce fans

Miami-born Maurice Samuel Young, known to the public and fans of the 90s as American rapper Trick Daddy, is in the niche. Or maybe it should be the Beyhouse. Young, 46, became a trending Twitter topic this week after the audio of a conversation on the invitation-only social networking app The clubhouse has been made […]