Category: Restaurant review

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 […]

Week in Review, September 5-9: NOPD, 9th Ward Stadium Project, ASAP and more

AP Photo/Tyler Kaufman NEW ORLEANS — As the 2022 NFL season begins, optimism abounds. Saints fans are hoping the team led by Dennis Allen will put plenty of points on the board while controlling the opposition’s attacks. Local hospitality professionals, on the other hand, rely on many hotel room and restaurant bookings to boost their […]

Fifty Four St Annes Restaurant Review – Scandinavian-inspired tapas will tantalize your taste buds

Overshadowed in recent times by neighboring Lytham, the town has always had a good choice of restaurants, but lacked all the kind of relaxed atmosphere that many people seek for after-dinner or pre-dinner drinks. But now St Annes has a number of cozy micro pubs while the latest addition is the Tempo wine and cocktail […]

Restaurant Review: Caffe Fernet welcomes an evocative new cocktail menu and new seasonal Italian cuisine, Lifestyle News

Known for its scrumptious pasta and strategic location with stunning views of Marina Bay Sands, Caffe Fernet has easily captured the hearts of many, including us. Complete with comfortable booths, high chairs and wooden tables, the airy Italian restaurant is the epitome of comfortable and stylish al fresco dining. Ideal for dates, family time, or […]

Restaurant review: 1934 Ristorante. This delicious slice of yesteryear is the anchor of our very own Little Italy

My husband has always wanted to live in North Perth due to the rich multicultural history of the suburbs. Along with its people – the hardy and ruthless Macedonians – the Croats, Greeks and Italians have all contributed much to the swampy slice of Whadjuk Noongar. The elderly Croatian couple across the road tell incredible […]

Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Stir and chef Hoon Rhee interact perfectly – Metro Philadelphia

After finishing a majestic meal at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s restaurant, Stir, a menu designed and curated by its executive chef, Hoon Rhee, told Metro that “I treat the visual presentation of my food with the same principles as its taste. . The veneer should be clean, shiny, vibrant and modified to be free […]

Homer’s Kitchen Table continues to serve great food to large lunch crowds in a new location

It took months and months – with countless delays – but Homer in early summer finally completed his 14-block move west on North Rodney Road in much of what was once Franke’s cafeteria, marking his complete conversion from Homer’s West to Homer’s Kitchen Table. One of the hardest things about Homer’s kitchen table meals, however, […]

Stylish room, affordable breakfast – an absolute delight – The Irish Times

boatman Address: 5-23 Hill Street, Belfast, BT1 2NG Telephone: +44-28-90434310 Kitchen: Mediterranean Cost: €€€ My visits to Belfast have been all too fleeting. Last summer, it was a short one-night stopover for the Grand Gelinez! Shuffle in Ox, a kind of gastronomic musical chairs, where you don’t really know who will be in the kitchen […]

Auckland restaurant review: Take a look at the menu at Bridgman, Dominion Rd

The Bridgman, the newest gastropub on Dominion Rd. Photo/Babiche Martens A 1912 Dominion Rd landmark has undergone a flavorful — and textured — makeover, reports restaurant critic Kim Knight. In their own words: “Carefully selected food, drinks and cocktails with our fresh and modern approach a traditional gastro pub.” First impressions: If you like to […]

Spices and Flavors Shine at San Rafael’s Masala Kitchen – Marin Independent Journal

Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Tandoori chicken is dark chicken meat marinated with yogurt, ginger, garlic and spices. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Chicken momos are served at Masala Kitchen in San Rafael. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Masala Kitchen in San Rafael offers indoor and outdoor seating. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Vegetable samosas, […]

Everything about this place is smart, from the food to the room and the service – The Irish Times

by Loretta Address: 162-165 Phibsborough Road, Dublin 7, D07 RX3P Telephone: 01-8309737 Kitchen: International Cost: €€€ “Where’s good to eat in Dublin on a Sunday?” is a question that comes up regularly on Twitter. There are a few mainstays, but probably lesser known is Loretta’s in Phibsborough, in the north of the city, which does […]

Auckland restaurant review: Take a look at the menu at Gina’s Italian Kitchen, Mt Eden

The best fried calamari in the country? Gina’s Italian Kitchen offers an oldie but a goodie. Photo/Michael Craig The raucous Italian stalwart moved to Mt Eden. Restaurant critic Kim Knight relives her 30th birthday at Gina’s. In their own words: “We serve fabulous Italian cuisine with exuberant service in the authentic style that is the […]

Sohaila, London: ‘It’s lovely, the food is excellent’ – restaurant review | Food

Sohaila, 232 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6PJ. Small plates £4-£9, large plates £11-£15, desserts £7, wines from £32 We live in desperate times. The Nusr-Et Steakhouse in Knightsbridge, famous for its hyper-priced steaks wrapped in gold foil, has, according to the hotel industry website Code, had to abandon the use of gold foil. As […]

Amethyst, London W1: “One of the best restaurants in the UK” – restaurant review | Restaurants

OWe dined at Amethyst, a swanky Mayfair restaurant, shortly after 10 nights of simple, yet satisfying dining in south-west France. In Arcachon, dinner each evening was simple but always classy, ​​as the French can’t help it. They can toss 10 large prawns on a plate and serve them with cold Orangina and make a woman […]

Eating Out restaurant review: Naber + IIII, Leederville among Perth’s best places to ‘choose your own adventure’

From secret bars hidden behind unassuming walls to buildings with unique offerings on each level, we’ve seen an increase in choosing your own adventure locations in Perth. There’s The Beaufort, a multi-level wonderland with options to dine in style, grab a beer and gamble, sip cocktails on the rooftop or try your luck at finding […]

Gigi Gao’s favorite authentic Chinese, Swansea: ‘A fabulous creation’ – restaurant review | Food

Gigi Gao’s favorite authentic Chinese, 23 Anchor Court, Victoria Quay, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 3XA. Starters £4.98 to £8.98, larger mains £6.98 to £13.98, wines from £19.98 Gigi Gao is her own special creation, and what a fabulous creation she is. She serves us dressed in a long fitted dress with silver sequins and a […]

Authentic Persian cuisine shines at Wrap N Kabob – Marin Independent Journal

Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Skewers are one of the Persian specialties at Wrap N Kabob in downtown San Rafael. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Wrap N Kabob offers a simple menu with Persian influences and flavors you may never have tasted. Independent Journal of Sherry LaVars/Marin Dolmeh at Wrap N Kabob are braised rice […]

Pineapple & Pearls restaurant review: Higher than ever

Comment this story Comment Aaron Silverman has pledged to “crush” the traditional model of fine dining en route to reopening chic Pineapple & Pearls on Capitol Hill in May. “We’re changing everything but the name,” the chef-turned-creative-director told me last fall. The transformation meant changing the motto, from “non-formal fantasy” to “pleasure is as worthy […]

Eating Out restaurant review: Automatic, South Perth overcomes pasta predicament with service and tasty food

It’s a phrase you never want to hear when entering an Italian restaurant…there’s been a problem with the pasta. Yet this state of pasta panic was the predicament we found ourselves in when we dined at Automatic in south Perth over the weekend. The friendly server immediately drew our attention to the missing menu items […]

Augustus, Taunton: “A chic bistro that will pamper you” – restaurant review | Food

Augustus, 3 The Courtyard, St James Street, Taunton TA1 1JR (01823 324354). Starters £9-£14, mains £15-£32, desserts £6-£12, wines from £24 There are several things every town needs: a good bookstore run by people with serious reading habits; an independent mini-department store selling a seemingly random but vital collection of things for when you need […]

The Hut, Colwell Bay, restaurant review: Finally, a seafood restaurant that’s not as pony as it looks

Bblue skies and even bluer water. Boats (of the classy “sports cruiser” kind) drop guests off at the pier and then pick them up a few hours later, a little noisier, a little more wobbly. Beachfront tables, staff in shorts and flip-flops, and sunshine; glorious, you-can-actually-feel-the-sun. You wouldn’t think you were in the UK…until you […]

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