Review: Belvoir’s Christmas Tipples

   Belvoir has a lot to answer for. I can’t remember the last shopping list I made that didn’t include a Belvoir cordial of some kind. It’s the bottles as much as the labels, they look so smart whilst being fashionably rustic. I hate how much I like their products. It’s
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TastingBritain.co.uk - All Star Lanes, Brick Lane, London

Review: All Star Lanes [Brick Lane]

Rating: Cuisine: Retro-style American Appeals to: Groups. Family groups, friend groups, work mates looking to eat, drink and bowl. Being in a trendy part of East London, there’s a mix of locals and tourists. Surprisingly, there’s lots of people in suits too. In A Word:
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Port Eliot Food News

Take me to Port Eliot

It’s that time of year again. Evening sunlight scorches the tops of buildings and there’s a golden hue of daffodils illuminating the fields. Social media and my inbox are filled with reports of food and festivals and sunshine, and the days have just got longer. Springing
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TastingBritain.co.uk - Oscar's Brasserie @ The Croydon Park Hote

Review – Oscar’s Brasserie @ The Croydon Park Hotel [Croydon]

Jack boldly goes (…not very far) to Oscar’s Brasserie in Croydon to see what happens when you install an all you can eat, self service buffet inside of a fancy restaurant. Actually, as buffets go, this may be Nirvana… Rating: Cuisine: Modern European Appeals To:
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Tasting Britain - Pickerings Islay Gin Review

Review – Pickering’s Islay Gin

Some inventive folks in Edinburgh have started ageing their gin in Islay casks and we wanted to see what the result tastes like. Jack investigates. Verdict? Not as smoky as we were expecting for something that just spent months in an Islay cask. And is it still gin?
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Tasting Britain - Jim Beam Double Oak Review

Review – Jim Beam Double Oak

Double the oak and what do you get? Something that still tastes like Jim Beam, but with something a little extra. Something a little spicy. Something a little fiery. Brace yourselves, boys and girls, for the Kentucky Balls of Steel… Rating Price £25 Double the oak
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Review – Philleigh Way Cookery School [Cornwall]

Rating 4.5/5 What is it? A purpose built cookery school set deep in the Cornish countryside offering day courses on everything from whole pig butchery to foraging, with lots of food, coffee and prosecco along the way. I opted for the game cookery course, as it’s something a bit
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TastingBritain.co.uk - NY Fold, Charing Cross, London

Review – NY Fold [Soho]

“Pizza like it oughta be” (*pronouned in thick Brooklyn accent*). This is the premise of London’s first NY Fold, which can be found on Charing Cross.  Tasting Britain’s Jack and Dom followed the trail of raving Trip Advisor reviews down and were not disappointed Rating
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Chia Bia Chia Seeds

Product Review – Chia Bia Chia Seeds

Heralded by many as a superfood, our Laura decides to get chomping on some chia to suss out their super-ness. Chia Bia sent us out several varieties of the seeds to test their mettle. What are Chia Seeds? I hear you cry. If you happen to already be into healthy eating, the the
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Scene Indian Restaurant

Review – Scene Dining [Manchester]

Rating: In a word:  Sensory Cuisine: Indian Street Food Appeals to:  The curry connoisseur looking to surprise their taste buds with a more authentic taste of the East. Atmosphere: Scene is a special setting for spice-lovers wanting to sample the best of Indian food.
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