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Indigenous restaurant review: Menu challenges everything Veganuary stands for

SSo far, 2022 hasn’t been the breath of fresh air we needed. Among the big news lines last week was the story of a Turkish farmer who decided to donate cow VR headsets to make them feel like they’re outside in sunny pastures, instead of inside barns. This apparently caused them to produce more milk. […]

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Auckland restaurant review: Kim Knight looks at the menu at Whitestone Cheese Bar, Wynyard Quarter

Southern cheese rolls en route to northern cheese eaters at Whitestone Cheese bar in Auckland’s Wynyard district. Photo/Michael Craig Hello, are you looking for brie? Kim Knight reviews the new northern outpost of a southern cheese legend. Like a corny pickup line? Let me tell you about a bar where it’s good talk curd-y. Wynyard […]

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Restaurant Review: Crescent Bistro | Food News

Fresh beets are tossed with arugula, pickled apples, goat cheese, toasted pecans and citrus vinaigrette. Julien Motola/Digital Odyssey Media A bite of a simple side salad is the first clue that Chef Brad Zeller takes the ingredients he uses very seriously. Garden-fresh greens, sprigs of watermelon radish, and outrageously flavorful olive oil cut with just […]

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Restaurant review: A taste of classic Latin flavors at Deseo – News

Published: Fri 21 Jan 2022, 00:05 Eating out isn’t just about great food, it also has a lot to do with the ambiance, the views and, of course, the service. Deseo at ME Dubai, located in the heart of the Business Bay area, offers all of the above and more. With its tulum-inspired rugs, warm […]

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It’s always steak night at Malmaison

Restaurant Review: It’s always steak night at Malmaison Calendar An icon of a desktop calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across it. Caret A right-pointing solid arrow icon. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook An icon of Facebook’s “f” mark. google An icon of Google’s “G” mark. […]

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Restaurant Review: Oak Hill Post

PUT THIS BURGER IN PITTSBURGH’S HAMBURGER HALL OF FAME Oa chilly December afternoon, two old buddies were sipping coffee at a window table in the small Oak Hill Post dining room in Brookline, engrossed in a game of euchre. A few tables down, I was delighted by the restaurant’s breakfast sandwich, a stacked biscuit with […]

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Ursula’s Restaurant Review Sydney: Restaurant Review

Everything old is new again on this historic terrace in Paddington, writes Karlie Verkerk. January 18, 2022 03:53 The dining room at Ursula’s. Photo: Nikki To Four perfectly even little balls float on a dark viscous caramel. Chopped raisins and a quenelle of malted whipped cream, which begins to cascade from the residual heat, decorate […]

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Restaurant review: Osomatsu brings izakaya food and smoked plain pies to Paya Lebar’s Kinex, Lifestyle News

A quintessential expression of ever-humble Japanese, osomatsu-sama deshita means “it wasn’t a big meal” – often said modestly by a host in response to praise from guests. But modesty aside, Osomatsu Japanese cuisine and bar definitely worth the fuss. Nestled in one of Paya Lebar’s quieter malls, this new face of KINEX gives izakaya food […]

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Bites by Kwanghi will make you feel like dining in Singapore

Like most people, I haven’t been out of Ireland since you know what hit the country. I miss wine regions, but I also miss cheap food in foreign cities, from tapas in Spanish bars to sandwiches in Italian cafes, to casual Asian food in cities like Paris and New York. If you miss the latter, […]

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Restaurant review: Rosemead by Jigger & Pony Group brings modern California fine dining to the CBD, Lifestyle News

Once a starchy affair of white tablecloths and dress codes, Singapore’s food scene has let loose in recent years. A far cry from elegant tunes and an arsenal of silverware, the gastronomy is moving towards a relaxed and lively experience, supported by fun games of flavors. And nowhere is this shift more evident than in […]

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Zahter, London: “The best baklava I’ve ever had” – restaurant review | Food

Zahter, 30-32 Foubert’s Place, London W1F 7PS (zahter.co.uk). Hot and cold meze £9-£18, platters £18-£42, desserts £8-£9, wines from £29 The Instagram accounts I follow, like the jars of gummy condiments I collect in my fridge, are a real mess: chefs showing off what they fattened last night; the carpet-bagging food “influencers” whose brass neck […]

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Culinary treats at Drovers Inn in Angus

With the celebrations now a distant memory and the tree decorations tucked away in the shed, I kept two rose-shaped garlands of lights inside the house, their faint amber glow offering a touch of festive comfort to those days of darkness and squall. I hate January. I mean, what’s there to love? The stores are […]

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New Restaurant Review: The Copperfield

An all-day restaurant and bar just on the south side from the Mendota Bridge, The Copperfield has a built-in audience, as it sits on the ground floor of a gleaming new seniors’ housing complex. Honestly this place looks great and what a treat for a community that lacks independent restaurants. No, the food is not […]

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Carmel, London NW6: “Exudes sparkling joy” – restaurant review | Food

Ohe is heading towards carmel in Queen’s Park, northwest London, the first week of the new year, I am reminded that January is always a strange time to revise. The whole month lends itself to retreating and recuperating, with rooms closed for weeks and others offering the thinnest hours, sometimes with the radiators turned off […]

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Aberdeen’s new Japanese joint Masaki is a hit

It is said that moving is one of the most stressful times of your life. I can definitely tell you after doing it recently, it most certainly is. A change like moving house is extremely exciting, but with that excitement comes the nerve-wracking, emotional ball of anxiety that has settled in the pit of my […]

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RESTAURANT REVIEW: Food at Camp Taco is good, but at a price

Camp Taco at Lost Forty Address: 822 E. Sixth St., Little Rock Hours: 11 am-9pm Sunday-Thursday, 11 am-10pm Friday-Saturday Food: High priced tacos, brewery food Credit card: M, V, AE, D Wheelchair access: via a ramp at the back Information: (501) 353-0884; camptaco.com; facebook.com/camptacobeer Let’s start by saying that the food, beer, and service were […]

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RESTAURANT TO RESTAURANT REVIEW: Jessie’s at the beach is an unassuming brunch sensation

It’s the magical time of year when we don’t know what day it is, moms want an easy dinner – which we all know means fish and chips – and going from the beach to the bar is a plan perfectly acceptable for the day. This time next week, however, it’s a different story because […]

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Restaurant review: TGI Fridays, Glasgow Fort

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Restaurant Review: Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

After spending the past two decades working, eating and drinking across South Australia’s regional culinary landscape, I’ve learned a thing or two about communities and the people who make and shape them. Some welcome newcomers with open arms, while others are comfortable in their own little corners of the world, resistant to change, or just […]

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The Banks Fish House might need a stronger hook

Comments In a city awash with seafood, is this Back Bay newcomer distinctive enough to keep us coming back? Foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign up now for our bi-weekly newsletter. The Banks signature lobster dish. / Photo by Brian Samuels Photos on the website and walls of the Banks Fish House – […]

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Restaurant review: Semma in the village

Semma’s waiters walk around in black, long-sleeved T-shirts printed with a white logo that says Unapologetic Indian. This is a reference to Food without excuse, the company that manages Semma with Dhamaka and Adda Indian Canteen. It is also the group’s slogan, the wish to offer unpretentious cuisine. With its devious implication that what other […]

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Bank: “Creative flavors and beautifully prepared dishes”

When you think of Totterdown, you probably imagine dizzying streets, a ring road that never existed, and a good pub or two. But this corner of Bristol is also on the way to becoming a foodie destination, with Bank the latest addition to its growing repertoire; an “all day concept” serving specialty coffee by day […]

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A restaurant review on the kitchen floor, written by me, a dog

I have been in the food business all of my life. Since I was little, I have had a flair for this kind of work. You could say I was born to be a restaurant critic. But never before have I encountered such an innovative culinary experience that it threatened to change the industry as […]