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Evening Standard
Saturday Kitchen chef James Martin to launch first London restaurantTV chef James Martin is planning to open his first London restaurant. The host
Saturday Kitchen chef James Martin to launch first London restaurant
Evening Standard / Posted 19 hours ago
TV chef James Martin is planning to open his first London restaurant. The host of BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen told the Standard it would be a “casual, accessible” venture in central London. Martin, right, who has a restaurant in Manchester and has run... Read more
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The Coast
A Star is bornUgh, Burnside. If Dartmouth's industrial park were to have a slogan, it could e
A Star is born
The Coast / Posted 2 days ago
Ugh, Burnside. If Dartmouth's industrial park were to have a slogan, it could easily be something along the lines of "Want to feel like a rat in a maze? Come to Burnside!" A labyrinth of streets walled with a series of squat warehouses and... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler reviews Estiatorio Milos: Baiting the big spendersOn an altar piled with ice is a glistening display, a cornucopian catch of seaf
Fay Maschler reviews Estiatorio Milos: Baiting the big spenders
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
On an altar piled with ice is a glistening display, a cornucopian catch of seafood. We are invited to inspect it and choose our main course. The white-uniformed acolyte (our waiter) steers us towards a balada fish, from its appearance a member of the... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
TartineWith its tucked-away, village feel, the West End is somehow a fitting setting f
Tartine
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 2 days ago
With its tucked-away, village feel, the West End is somehow a fitting setting for a French café-style restaurant. Squint, and it’s easy to imagine you’re in a tiny hamlet — one that feels, in that ineffable European way, both ancient and modern — in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Back-school guide: Emmanuel CollegeWe asked current students and recent graduates to give us the inside scoop on t
Back-school guide: Emmanuel College
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
We asked current students and recent graduates to give us the inside scoop on their colleges before the school year begins. Here, current students Abbi Matheson, Brian Burns and Paul Rowley, who are members of the school newspaper The Hub, tell us... Read more
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Business Insider
9 annoying things people do at restaurants, according to the people who work thereHang out with servers, kitchen staff or managers after a restaurant closes, and
9 annoying things people do at restaurants, according to the people who work there
Business Insider / Posted 5 days ago
Hang out with servers, kitchen staff or managers after a restaurant closes, and you stand an excellent chance of being regaled with tales of oblivious, obnoxious or entitled restaurant customers. If only the dining public could be privy to these... Read more
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Marie Claire
London's Most Instagrammable BreakfastsIf you didn�t Instagram your breakfast, did it ever really happen? Nowadays br
London's Most Instagrammable Breakfasts
Marie Claire / Posted 7 days ago
If you didn�t Instagram your breakfast, did it ever really happen? Nowadays breakfast isn't just the best meal of the day, it's the best meal ticket to getting a killer Instagram following too. So, in the spirit of generosity, we've put together a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Play Cafe caters to kids in HampdenParents know that going out to eat with young kids can be a trying experience.
Play Cafe caters to kids in Hampden
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Parents know that going out to eat with young kids can be a trying experience. In fact, anyone who has ever sat near fussy kids can attest to this. Toddlers don't want to sit and they have a tendency to be loud at exactly the wrong time. Most... Read more
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OC Weekly
The OC Food Scene, 20 Years Ago"Time just gets away from us" -Charles Portis, True Grit The OC food scene 20
The OC Food Scene, 20 Years Ago
OC Weekly / Posted 8 days ago
"Time just gets away from us" -Charles Portis, True Grit The OC food scene 20 years ago was a much different creature. It was both stuffy and trashy at the same time, which seems impossible, but it was. That was when it was still okay to eat at... Read more
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Evening Standard
Grace Dent reviews VinotecaFrom my numerous pithy remarks on the subject of awful kids in restaurants, it
Grace Dent reviews Vinoteca
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
From my numerous pithy remarks on the subject of awful kids in restaurants, it must be tempting for the reader to think I’m some sort of Fenella the Kettle Witch character who wants London’s children baked into a pie. This is not true. Some of my... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Review: Café Twit, Roald Dahl MuseumHaving sampled the delights of the plate decorating class Katherine MacAlister
Review: Café Twit, Roald Dahl Museum
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Having sampled the delights of the plate decorating class Katherine MacAlister decides to try out the eaterie at the Roald Dahl Museum The starter of eyeballs on toast with a side order of scabs was followed by frogs legs served on a bed of... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Breakfast in Boulder: Treats for the half-deadDefinition of college: a place for young people to learn about important things
Breakfast in Boulder: Treats for the half-dead
Colorado Daily / Posted 9 days ago
Definition of college: a place for young people to learn about important things like the "Death of the Author" and whether "Dark Side of the Moon" actually syncs up with "The Wizard of Oz." It's also a time when many a person will, for the first... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler reviews Chai Ki: Adding spice to Canary WharfAt Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf a sign in the building designed by Foster +
Fay Maschler reviews Chai Ki: Adding spice to Canary Wharf
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
At Crossrail Place in Canary Wharf a sign in the building designed by Foster + Partners announces “A Brand New World”. I am hoping it is a double-entendre that is amusing someone somewhere. Brands, including restaurant brands, are what Canary Wharf... Read more
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Evening Standard
From the Hemsleys to the Gymkhana crew, meet London's new foodie clansNever start a business with your family or with someone you love, in case you a
From the Hemsleys to the Gymkhana crew, meet London's new foodie clans
Evening Standard / Posted 14 days ago
Never start a business with your family or with someone you love, in case you all fall out - or so the advice goes. Then again, have a think about some of London’s best food businesses or restaurants and you’ll soon realise that many are run by... Read more
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Bolton News
Food festival favourite John Torode ready to cook up a storm in BoltonCELEBRITY chef John Torode is used to grilling hopeful contestants on our telev
Food festival favourite John Torode ready to cook up a storm in Bolton
Bolton News / Posted 14 days ago
CELEBRITY chef John Torode is used to grilling hopeful contestants on our television screens. But the MasterChef judge is swapping the studio for the streets of Bolton this Bank Holiday Weekend. The TV presenter and chef will be taking to the... Read more
15d
Crain's Chicago Business
Battle of the food fests: Chicago Gourmet vs. Chicago Food & Wine Festival - Business Of LifeIt's time to practice those tiny-plate-and-wine-glass-balancing skills. Two mas
Battle of the food fests: Chicago Gourmet vs. Chicago Food & Wine Festival - Business Of Life
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 15 days ago
It's time to practice those tiny-plate-and-wine-glass-balancing skills. Two massive culinary fests are just around the corner: the Chicago Food & Wine Festival, Aug. 29-30, Chicago Gourmet, Sept. 26-27. Both are bolstered by the nation's two biggest... Read more
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Evening Standard
Grace Dent reviews Sackville's: 'obscene – but sort of LondonObscene isn’t a word many restaurateurs hope to see used in conjunction with th
Grace Dent reviews Sackville's: 'obscene – but sort of London
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
Obscene isn’t a word many restaurateurs hope to see used in conjunction with their new offering, but in the case of Sackville’s — of Sackville Street, W1 — I trust they’ll understand. They might even take it as a badge of honour. Sackville’s is a... Read more
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Daily Mail
The 18 fat-burning foods that will help you lose weightThere's more to diets than salad! Pile your plate with veg, drink at least tw
The 18 fat-burning foods that will help you lose weight
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
There's more to diets than salad! Pile your plate with veg, drink at least two litres of water, and snack on nuts To speed up your metabolism avoid carbs and instead eat foods rich in... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
Where to eat with the kidsNew Orleans is a town where dining out practically is considered a birthright.
Where to eat with the kids
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 17 days ago
New Orleans is a town where dining out practically is considered a birthright. Towing the kids along to your favorite bistro, however, isn't always a treat: close quarters can make for irritated table neighbors, fussy eaters may dampen appetites and,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Golden touch to dining outWhere to find the best breakfast, lunch and dinner on the Gold Coast | DailyTel
Golden touch to dining out
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Where to find the best breakfast, lunch and dinner on the Gold Coast | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website SearchUse keywords to search content on QuestNews website Dining’s reinvention has been in full swing... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Golden touch to dining outDining’s reinvention has been in full swing on the Gold Coast for years now, wi
Golden touch to dining out
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
Dining’s reinvention has been in full swing on the Gold Coast for years now, with an ever-increasing number of backstreet stars and big-name openings, but often you need to know where to look. Venture down side streets to fall into the rabbit hole... Read more
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Perth Now
Golden touch to dining outDining’s reinvention has been in full swing on the Gold Coast for years now, wi
Golden touch to dining out
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
Dining’s reinvention has been in full swing on the Gold Coast for years now, with an ever-increasing number of backstreet stars and big-name openings, but often you need to know where to look. Venture down side streets to fall into the rabbit hole... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park remains closed as human bones found on site - Food & Beverage IndustryThe discovery of bones has kept the restaurant out of business. Photo / Greg Bo
Restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park remains closed as human bones found on site - Food & Beverage Industry
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
The discovery of bones has kept the restaurant out of business. Photo / Greg Bowker A popular beachfront restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park is facing its third summer of closure as owner Auckland Council tries to meet concerns of iwi and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bones a dilemma for beachfront restaurantThe discovery of bones has kept the restaurant from being completed. Photo / Gr
Bones a dilemma for beachfront restaurant
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
The discovery of bones has kept the restaurant from being completed. Photo / Greg Bowker A popular beachfront restaurant at Long Bay Regional Park is facing its third summer of closure as owner Auckland Council tries to meet concerns of iwi and... Read more
21d
Spot.ph
Ba Noi's Caphe at Kapitolyo, Pasig8 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City Contact: 477-9761, 0923-515-8242
Ba Noi's Caphe at Kapitolyo, Pasig
Spot.ph / Posted 21 days ago
8 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City Contact: 477-9761, 0923-515-8242 Open daily from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. (SPOT.ph) The pho is always a worthy proposition at Ba Noi's, which has established itself to be a reliable source for this brand of... Read more
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Charleston Regional Business Journal
Charleston Regional Business Journal | Charleston, SCBy Ashley Heffernan Giving away food runs in the family tree of Ra’Gina Saunde
Charleston Regional Business Journal | Charleston, SC
Charleston Regional Business Journal / Posted 21 days ago
By Ashley Heffernan Giving away food runs in the family tree of Ra’Gina Saunders. “I can remember as a little girl, when I was 7, my grandmother used to give me a plate of food wrapped in aluminum foil, and she’d tell me, ‘Take this down the street... Read more
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Charleston Regional Business Journal
Charleston Regional Business Journal | Charleston, SCBy Ashley Heffernan Giving away food runs in the family tree of Ra’Gina Saunde
Charleston Regional Business Journal | Charleston, SC
Charleston Regional Business Journal / Posted 21 days ago
By Ashley Heffernan Giving away food runs in the family tree of Ra’Gina Saunders. “I can remember as a little girl, when I was 7, my grandmother used to give me a plate of food wrapped in aluminum foil, and she’d tell me, ‘Take this down the street... Read more
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Perth Now
Vegetarian has never tasted this good!Greens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry
Vegetarian has never tasted this good!
Perth Now / Posted 22 days ago
Greens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry. Picture: Roger Wyman FEELING peckish? How about a yiros pizza, cheeseburger pie, tostaditas or piece of salted caramel slice with a twist? The twist being, you’ll find... Read more
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Herald Sun
Adelaide’s best vegan and vegetarian dishes: here’s where you’ll find 25 of our favourite dishesFEELING peckish? How about a yiros pizza, cheeseburger pie, tostaditas or piece
Adelaide’s best vegan and vegetarian dishes: here’s where you’ll find 25 of our favourite dishes
Herald Sun / Posted 22 days ago
FEELING peckish? How about a yiros pizza, cheeseburger pie, tostaditas or piece of salted caramel slice with a twist? The twist being, you’ll find each of these delicious treats on vegetarian and vegan menus across Adelaide. You can also get an... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Where vegan, vegetarian has never tasted as goodGreens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry
Where vegan, vegetarian has never tasted as good
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Greens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry. Picture: Roger Wyman FEELING peckish? How about a yiros pizza, cheeseburger pie, tostaditas or piece of salted caramel slice with a twist? The twist being, you’ll find... Read more
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Perth Now
Where vegan, vegetarian has never tasted as goodGreens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry
Where vegan, vegetarian has never tasted as good
Perth Now / Posted 22 days ago
Greens never looked so good! Check out this vege stack from the Fleurieu Pantry. Picture: Roger Wyman FEELING peckish? How about a yiros pizza, cheeseburger pie, tostaditas or piece of salted caramel slice with a twist? The twist being, you’ll find... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delightsA loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes,
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delights
The Fremont Argus / Posted 22 days ago
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes, comfortable chairs and a patio that's tailor-made for languid sipping. And we'd like a little duck pate, some truffle mac 'n' cheese and a wedge of bacon baklava,... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delightsA loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes,
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delights
Oakland Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes, comfortable chairs and a patio that's tailor-made for languid sipping. And we'd like a little duck pate, some truffle mac 'n' cheese and a wedge of bacon baklava,... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler's week in food: from smoked eel to oeufs mimosaGrace Dent has some serious fungi at Sackville’s Read Grace Dent's review of S
Fay Maschler's week in food: from smoked eel to oeufs mimosa
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
Grace Dent has some serious fungi at Sackville’s Read Grace Dent's review of Sackville's Fay Maschler finds much to enjoy at Robin Gill's third restaurant Read Fay Maschler's review of Paradise Garage Fay Maschler find Indian home cooking without... Read more
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Evening Standard
Fay Maschler reviews the Newman Arms: A Cornish call to armsGrace Dent has some serious fungi at Sackville’s Read Grace Dent's review of S
Fay Maschler reviews the Newman Arms: A Cornish call to arms
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
Grace Dent has some serious fungi at Sackville’s Read Grace Dent's review of Sackville's Fay Maschler finds much to enjoy at Robin Gill's third restaurant Read Fay Maschler's review of Paradise Garage Fay Maschler find Indian home cooking without... Read more
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Silicon Valley
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delightsA loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes,
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delights
Silicon Valley / Posted 24 days ago
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes, comfortable chairs and a patio that's tailor-made for languid sipping. And we'd like a little duck pate, some truffle mac 'n' cheese and a wedge of bacon baklava,... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delightsA loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes,
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delights
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 24 days ago
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes, comfortable chairs and a patio that's tailor-made for languid sipping. And we'd like a little duck pate, some truffle mac 'n' cheese and a wedge of bacon baklava,... Read more
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The Daily Review
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delightsA loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes,
7 Bay Area wine bars with best al fresco delights
The Daily Review / Posted 24 days ago
A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, some charcuterie ... Also, sun-kissed breezes, comfortable chairs and a patio that's tailor-made for languid sipping. And we'd like a little duck pate, some truffle mac 'n' cheese and a wedge of bacon baklava,... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Top vegan places to eat in NottinghamVegan student Eve Hewitt talks to Lynette Pinchess about the best places to eat
Top vegan places to eat in Nottingham
Nottingham Post / Posted 24 days ago
Vegan student Eve Hewitt talks to Lynette Pinchess about the best places to eat in Notts As a vegan Eve Hewitt doesn't eat meat, fish, eggs or dairy. Surely eating out must be tricky? The 20-year-old, says otherwise. "Being vegan is easy in the UK... Read more
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MLive.com
Mani Osteria owner signs lease to open new restaurant in Ann ArborAdam Baru, the Ann Arbor native behind two successful Ann Arbor restaurants, ha
Mani Osteria owner signs lease to open new restaurant in Ann Arbor
MLive.com / Posted 24 days ago
Adam Baru, the Ann Arbor native behind two successful Ann Arbor restaurants, has just signed a lease to open a third in early 2016. This time, though, Baru is looking to fill a niche in a different part of town. He'll be opening a French restaurant... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Close encounters with bears, tigers among big plans for zoo if levy passesANIMAL EXHIBITS OF THE FUTURE A planned river exhibit at the Toledo Zoo plans
Close encounters with bears, tigers among big plans for zoo if levy passes
The Toledo Blade / Posted 26 days ago
ANIMAL EXHIBITS OF THE FUTURE A planned river exhibit at the Toledo Zoo plans would allow visitors to view brown bears by popping into a dome-shaped viewing window. The... Read more
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Calgary Sun
New Orleans: Good times rolling again in America's storied cityNEW ORLEANS -- No one calls me "darlin'" in Toronto -- not my husband, and cert
New Orleans: Good times rolling again in America's storied city
Calgary Sun / Posted 26 days ago
NEW ORLEANS -- No one calls me "darlin'" in Toronto -- not my husband, and certainly not strangers. At home, casually addressing a stranger as "darlin'" just isn't done, and could be misconstrued so many ways from a put-down to a pickup line. But... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Could you finish the massive Trawlerman breakfast challenge?A cafe is serving up a fry-up so gigantic that customers have to sign a legal w
Could you finish the massive Trawlerman breakfast challenge?
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
A cafe is serving up a fry-up so gigantic that customers have to sign a legal waiver before attempting it. In the last four months, countless greedy diners have taken on The Trawlerman Breakfast challenge - but only one person has completed it. The... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Selected restaurantsWeekly listings reflect a range of dining possibilities in central Arkansas, ac
Selected restaurants
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
Weekly listings reflect a range of dining possibilities in central Arkansas, across a spectrum of settings and price ranges. Restaurant reviewers' visits are anonymous and all expenses are paid by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Bargain means a meal... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe’s booming restaurant sceneTHE aroma of fried chicken drifts enticingly from Shupikai Muyambo's cafe, maki
Zimbabwe’s booming restaurant scene
New Zimbabwe / Posted 30 days ago
THE aroma of fried chicken drifts enticingly from Shupikai Muyambo's cafe, making your tummy rumble. Located in Chipinge, a small farming town near Zimbabwe's border with Mozambique, Padera Restaurant enjoys a busy trade. Customers flock to eat its... Read more
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Philly.com
Chinatown: The Ultimate (but never, ever complete) Eating GuideCraig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Last updated: Friday, January 10, 2014,
Chinatown: The Ultimate (but never, ever complete) Eating Guide
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic Last updated: Friday, January 10, 2014, 8:51 AM "So much better than American wontons, don't you think?" said Lin, who would know, since her family owns an Americanized Chinese restaurant in Berlin called... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dining review: Ora brings a new type of cafe culture to ManlyOra’s warm and welcoming interior. Picture: Braden Fastier. SPOONS at the read
Dining review: Ora brings a new type of cafe culture to Manly
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Ora’s warm and welcoming interior. Picture: Braden Fastier. SPOONS at the ready. It’s time for the Great Breakfast Challenge. One brand spanking new Manly cafe has taken breakfast and given it a wacky shake up. There’s no bacon and egg rolls in... Read more
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Independent
Hollywood's new diet: Has LA stolen New York's crown as the ultimate foodie trend-setter?Still, for the moment, the surface of the pool is serene. And I am happy. Becau
Hollywood's new diet: Has LA stolen New York's crown as the ultimate foodie trend-setter?
Independent / Posted 1 months ago
Still, for the moment, the surface of the pool is serene. And I am happy. Because in front of me I have one of the simplest, most pleasing dishes I have eaten all summer. It consists of sliced avocado crowned with raw tuna and ¬garnished with a... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
NEW ERA FOR LUNCH LANDMARKIt’s a story of passion, yet few know the journey that brought Tim Felver and h
NEW ERA FOR LUNCH LANDMARK
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 1 months ago
It’s a story of passion, yet few know the journey that brought Tim Felver and his wife, Barbara, to Jacksonville, where they created a culinary institution, The French Pantry. Now, this 20-year story begins a new chapter. Another area restaurateur,... Read more

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