‘From Sea to Table’A feasting dinner celebrating Native Lobster and sustainable seafood from around the British & Irish Isles.Tuesday July 16 Tickets are now on sale for this exclusive “From Sea to Table” banquet on Tuesday July 16 with one of Hospitality’s most famous names: Chef Richard Corrigan at his Piccadilly bastion, Bentley’s. As the […]

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Harden’s has teamed up with Surrey’s The Clock House restaurant – where “every mouthful of the beautifully presented food is a joy!” – to bring our readers the chance to win a sumptuous seven course tasting menu for two. Created by the restaurant’s award-winning head chef, this gastronomic experience includes dishes like: Cured venison & hay custard; Brill, […]

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Cantor’s Food Store, Manchester Jay Rayner for The Observer found “Ottolenghi with a Manc accent” (and a pizza oven) in Manchester, at Cantor’s Food Store. It’s run by Eddy Cantor: the food “draws loosely on his Jewish roots”, and is “a happy place, where you could mislay an afternoon or a morning”. Although apparently it’s […]

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Yorkshire’s capital achieves more top-scorers than Leeds, Newcastle or Oxford Harden’s 100 crowns Bristol’s Casamia as UK’s No. 1 dining destination A ropey year for Manchester as Edinburgh, Brighton, Bristol and Birmingham all outclass England’s second city The UK’s best towns for foodies, and top 100 Restaurants are revealed today in Harden’s Best UK Restaurants […]

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Brigadiers, London EC4 Jay Rayner departed Brigadiers smelling of “roasted spices, garlic and happiness”. It’s the latest opening from the “extremely professional” JKS Restarants, “one of the slickest outfits in the business” (Gymkhana, Hoppers, Lyle’s), located “within the dead-eyed Bloomberg arcade in the City”, and “feels like a direct response to the financial institutions surrounding […]

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Definitely a game of two halves this week, with disappointments for TPB, the Evening Standard reviewers and Jay Rayner, and serious highs for Grace Dent and our intrepid reporters from The Telegraph and The FT. Jay Rayner in The Observer pondered the ” thin line between “That’s genius” and “What in God’s name were they thinking?”” […]

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