Category: Restaurant review

Straker restaurant review by Jimi Famurewa: TikTok touch is only part of the fun

Review at a glance O One of the first things you’ll see when you arrive at Straker’s is the chef-owner’s motorcycle. Right there, next to the small entrance, is social media star Thomas Straker’s cafe racer style race. It’s an unexpected element of old-school, gasoline-headed decor that’s perhaps at odds with the glossy wholesomeness you […]

Michelin-starred restaurant Chestnut is warm and welcoming in Ballydehob

One of the main reasons for Ballydehob’s recent revival is Joe O’Leary and Caroline O’Donnell’s Levi’s Corner House, a jewel country pub reincarnated as Rio Carnival, and pretty much my favorite bar on the planet. After lying through my teeth about ‘kick-off’ time to tonight’s catering partners, SpouseGirl, and two old friends, Lady V and […]

The NoMad, restaurant review: Romantic cuisine in a romantic setting – if only they turned on the lights

Sign up for IndyEat’s free newsletter for weekly recipes, gourmet features and cookbook releases Receive our free Now Hear This email If there is a more magnificent dining room than the Atrium of the NoMad Hotel, I have yet to find it. The soaring glass ceiling immediately raises the gaze to the sky. Then, as […]

€12 the essential dish, €16,970 the essential wine – The Irish Times

hyde Address: 9 Lemons Street, Dublin 2 Telephone: 01-5725950 Kitchen: asian fusion Cost: €€€ Sometimes you have an idea of ​​a place. With Hyde, for me, it’s four words: broom closet, fame, lovemaking. A staircase may be preferable to a closet; it doesn’t matter, but this four-story colossus, with glass elevators and many stairwells, leading […]

Restaurant Review Eating Out: Kin Coffee in Leedy offering Asian-inspired brunch options and great coffee

They say jealousy is a curse, but if there’s anyone I’m happy to admit I’m envious of, it’s those who don’t drink coffee. A co-worker often apologizes for not joining morning coffees, but if, like me, you’ve been enjoying coffee every day since you were 18, you’re about $29,000 less in your bank account. Camera […]

Farm-to-table French charm at charming Amélie Cafe in Fairfax – Marin Independent Journal

Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Moules Marinières from Amélie Café are presented in a tasty broth perfect for soaking up bread. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin The interior of Café Amélie in Fairfax during lunch service. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Amélie Café’s warm pistachio goat cheese is served with crispy crostini and green vegetables. […]

Lapu Lapu restaurant review: A superb antidote to the typical American breakfast

Comment this story Comment The inspiration behind Lapu Lapu, a Filipino-inspired breakfast window in a leafy corner of Kentlands Market Square, was a 16th-century warrior who fended off explorer Ferdinand Magellan at the Battle of Mactan. It wasn’t really a fight, actually. Magellan returns home in a box while his troops are sent to pack […]

This is the famous Dublin restaurant that no one ordered. Why did they bother? – The Irish Times

Checker Lane Address: 27 Exchequer Street, Dublin, D02 A527 Telephone: 01-4992424 Kitchen: Modern International Cost: €€€ Back? Dear, oh dear. We’re all very fond of Jamie Oliver, but its recent opening in Dublin city center is a little puzzling. I mean, why? This restaurant on Rue de l’Échiquier was planned for 2020, and enough warning […]


Bath Richard visits Tom Kitchin’s Kora restaurant in Edinburgh. IN A WORD: Kora is Tom Kitchin’s newly remodeled 65-seat restaurant in Edinburgh’s increasingly fashionable south Bruntsfield. Its extremely talented former mucker Dominic Jack is the chef-director (aka executive chef) while James Chapman, who worked with the Michelin-starred Kitchin for eight years, is the head chef. […]

Roasta Preston, Preston: ‘Takes you way beyond comfort food’ – restaurant review | Food

Roasta Preston, 43 Plungington Road, Preston PR1 7EP (01772 827 958). Most dishes are £8-£12, sharing dishes £12-£30. Unlicensed The late and great foreign correspondent Nicholas Tomalin once said that to succeed in journalism one needed “rat cunning, a plausible manner and a bit of literary ability”. Restaurant reviewers need a few other qualities: a […]

Auckland restaurant review: Take a look at Frank Camorra’s MoVida menu, Britomart

From Melbourne to Auckland, MoVida’s anchovy and tomato sorbet tapas. Photo/Babiche Martens Melbourne tapas legend Frank Camorra has opened a MoVida outpost in Auckland. Canvas magazine’s food critic Kim Knight delivers her verdict. In their own words: “MoVida Auckland will celebrate the best season possible in New Zealand produce to showcase and celebrate Spanish culture […]

I’d Eat This London Irish Chef’s Crab Toast As A Starter, Main And Dessert – The Irish Times

allegra Address: The Stratford, 20 International Way, London E20 1FD, United Kingdom Telephone: +44 20 3973 0545 Kitchen: Modern International Cost: €€€€ Booking lunch rather than dinner has long been my way of eating affordably at the best restaurants in London. Le Gavroche and Ledbury were the legendary bargains (unfortunately, those lunch menus are no […]

Andrew Ma’s restaurant specializes in street food like bánh khọt

Growing up with a mother who was a professional chef, Andrew Ma vividly remembers the Vietnamese street foods that flowed from their home kitchen in West Philadelphia for after-school snacks and frequent weekend gatherings. Crispy spring rolls. Half-moon rounds edged with lace of crispy bánh xèo pancakes. Phở deeply imbued. And there were also the […]

“a simple and guilt-free pleasure”

From humble beginnings in Ancoats in 2015, Rudy’s has launched a nationwide takeover with restaurants in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool and Sheffield. This is their fifth restaurant opening in Manchester, a testament to their continued success. Although designed in Manchester, the restaurant operates under strictly Neapolitan conditions, serving iconic Italian flavors such as Marinara, Margherita […]

A dish is so delicious you shamelessly lick the plate – The Irish Times

Pala Pizza Trattoria Address: 3 Brighton Road, Foxrock, Dublin, D18 A972 Telephone: 01-2897711 Kitchen: Italian Cost: €€€ If you’re a fan of Chef’s Table, the Netflix docuseries that recently dissected the art of pizza making, Gabriele Bonci will be a household name. He’s the chef who elevated Rome’s “al taglio” pizza from fast food to […]

Moonfish Café, Aberdeen: “A menu that will please everyone” – restaurant review | Food

Moonfish Cafe, 9 Correction Wynd, Aberdeen AB10 1HP. Lunch starters £9.95 to £10.95, mains £14.95, desserts £8.50, two course dinner £30, three course £38, wines from £22 In the oldest of cities, the dead are never far from the living. Here at the Moonfish Café in Aberdeen, the view, across a narrow, cobbled lane, is […]

Restaurant Review: The Bungalow is our new favorite downtown destination

ALife, the lifestyle group behind restaurant and lounge concepts such as Lost & Found, Kamp and Prospect Park, adds another restaurant concept to its portfolio. Co-founders Mojeed Martins and Jonathan Reitzell presented Bungalowa new high-end restaurant that promises to shake up downtown. While Bungalow is currently in a soft opening phase and […]

Restaurant review: The Dirty Supper offers an intimate evening with one of Singapore’s top chefs, Lifestyle News

Gone are the days of walking into restaurants wondering what they have in store for us. Between Google reviews and PDF menus, research is right at your fingertips, and most take the time to make up their mind beforehand. Well, chef Peter Smit is here to recapture the magic of surprise with the Dirty Supper, […]

Restaurant review: Torno Subito lives up to Massimo Bottura’s 1960s Riviera vibe – News

Enjoy a leisurely brunch at the Michelin-starred chef’s Dubai outpost that captures the Italian spirit of “I’ll be right back” Published: Thu 6 Oct 2022, 11:35 PM For the uninitiated, Massimo Bottura is an Italian restaurateur and the chef patron of Osteria Francescana, a three-star Michelin restaurant based in Modena, Italy, which is in the […]

The tallest restaurant in the North East: review of 3Sixty from Newcastle to Hadrian’s Tower

3Sixty restaurant on top of Hadrian’s Tower near China Town Twenty-six floors in Newcastle’s tallest building, the restaurant atop the £27million Hadrian’s Tower, home to expensive city apartments, really makes the most of its skyscraper views sky and is accessible via its own fast elevator that takes you straight to the top of the Toon […]

Block Soho, London: “A terribly disappointing and poor value experience” – restaurant review | Food

Block Soho, Clarion House, 2 Saint Anne’s Court, London W1F 0AZ (020 3376 9999). Starters £9-£17, Sunday lunch £15-£26, desserts £9, wines from £27 Hanging on the wall above the urinal in the Soho block was a promotional poster for the Sunday lunch I had just finished. It carried the slogan: “Whole joints, big flames, […]

Auckland restaurant review: Take a look at the menu at Spiga, Remuera

Cotechino e lenticchie “beluga” and kina tagliolino in Spiga, Remuera. Photo/Alex Burton OPINION Kina-cauliflower-pasta combo impresses Canvas magazine restaurant critic Kim Knight In their own words: Spiga’s website lacks cute, snack-sized summaries of its philosophy. Go browse the menu and stay for the story of chefs Fabrizio and Taryne Napolitano. When you get to the […]

Restaurant Review: Philly Lessons at Marlow’s Cheesesteaks in Gahanna

Marlow’s Cheesesteaks homepage proclaims “THIS JAWN WAS MADE WITH BROTHER LOVE.” Now, brotherly love, that part of the proclamation makes sense: Philadelphia, home of the cheesesteak sandwich, is also the city of brotherly love. But what is a jaw? Well, thanks to the internet, we can learn that “jawn” is a Philadelphia term for “thing”. […]

Eating Out restaurant review: Emily Taylor in Fremantle brings the spice and summer vibes

We rarely celebrate uncomfortable feelings, but after years in Perth, I’ve never been happier to experience the post-holiday blues. This week, I took a break to look longingly at photos from recent vacations to dine at Emily Taylor’s in Fremantle. I had already had an unforgettable experience there in the summer. We had some Asian […]

The College Teachers’ Lounge: A Restaurant Review

For diners who fondly remember the long-lost John C. Calhoun Junior High Teachers’ Lounge, famed Superintendent Sheldon Kornfahrt’s latest offering is sure to bring back fond memories. Drawing inspiration from various culinary traditions, including leftover salad from last night’s school board meeting and the reduced aisle for quick sale at Sam’s Club, the newly reimagined […]

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