Jesmond Dene House Hotel - Lobster bisque

Food review: Jesmond Dene House Hotel, Newcastle

Historic hotel restaurant in Newcastle Jesmond Dene House Hotel is a grand city mansion in northeast Newcastle, roughly three miles from the centre, but in 10 minutes, by car, you can be in central Newcastle and yet you could still be persuaded that you're out in the country as the Grade ll-Listed Arts and Crafts building

Las Teresas hanging jamon, Seville

Travel: Tapeo tapas tour around Seville

Tapeo: Tapas crawl around Seville World Tapas Day - the third Thursday in June, seems the right time to write about our tapeo around Seville late last year. What is a tapeo? Well, think of it as being like a long lunch or dinner but spread over a number of restaurants, where you stop for

Old Mill Inn - Roast of the day

Food review: Old mill inn, Pitlochry

More bold than old The Old Mill Inn is tucked away just off the main road in picturesque Pitlochry. It was the winner of the Scottish Hotel Awards' national Inn of the year in 2016 and has won a host of other awards since the building was revived under new management just a few years before -

Hard Rock Cafe - Buenos Aires burger

Hard Rock Cafe launches World Burger Tour 2017

Around the world in 8 huge burgers Hard Rock Cafes nationwide have embarked upon a 2017 world burger tour. 160 local burgers from Hard Rock Cafes around the globe have been evaluated and whittled down to 8 for limited release in the UK, of which 4 are available right now with another 4 replacing them in June.

Food review: The World’s End market, London

You don't have to travel to the end of the world for great steak Located on King's Rd in Chelsea, this grade II building stands out like an architectural gem, this old tavern once stood on the edge of London and has so much history that it even has its own Wikipedia page! But today, inside, it's

paesano pizza glasgow food blog foodie explorers inside

New Opening – Paesano West End

Say aye to the paes I know A much-awaited addition to the Glasgow foodie scene opened this week: a second Paesano in the city, and the first in the west end. So there's now no need for westendies to head into the city centre and queue for the legendary pizzas. Inside Paesano occupies a prime location

Farmstand London feature

Food review: Farmstand, 42 Drury Ln, London

Midwest Philosophy takes root in London Talk about spirituality and you inevitably talk about eastern philosophy. Talk about food philosophy, and you'll typically think of Farm to Table or perhaps Slow Food, both of which are big on the other side of the world. Farmstand in London's Covent Garden takes its inspiration from road-side sellers in

St Patrick's Day street food market menu

Event: Irish street food in London – Sunday 19 March 2017

All eyes will be smiling on Trafalgar Square this Sunday Acclaimed Irish chef John Relihan will be serving up dish after dish of Irish street food, such as slow-cooked beef stew and smoked pulled pork wraps, at the Bord Bia Irish food market on Trafalgar Square this Sunday (19th) as part of the Mayor of London's

Ramen Dayo - tonkotsu broth

Food review: Ramen Dayo!, Glasgow

Ramen right up ye! Forced into La Cheetah, the basement club of Max's bar & grill on Queen St, from its semi-"permanent" location on Gordon Lane by Glasgow City Council, the entry to Ramen Dayo!, once you've descended the staircase, is suitably Japanese. Red and white lanterns hang like they might do in a Shibuya

La petite mort restaurant Edinburgh

Food Review: La Petite Mort, 32 Valleyfield Street, Edinburgh

Died and gone to food heaven (almost) The last time we came here it was the lounge of Bennets bar. Still operated by the same people who run the pub, the lounge is now a compact atmospheric restaurant. Think along the lines of a haunted house (but without the shivers down your spine) - there's