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by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

I came to Nottingham in 2013 for the Ashes Test Match at Trent Bridge. Back then, a search for good coffee in Nottingham drew a blank. Two years later, I returned, during which time Nottingham had reinvented itself. Leading the … Continue reading

The best healthy restaurants in SA

by EatOut Staff @ Eat Out

Our guide to eating out healthily features restaurants with plenty of vegan or veggie options; fresh, local, organic or free-range produce; and a willingness to cater for gluten, lactose and other intolerances. 

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Food Bus Initiative Coming to Nottingham - Nottingham

Food Bus Initiative Coming to Nottingham - Nottingham


Nottingham

Thanks to Nottingham PTA members, Mimi Shah and Rachel Riley for researching and getting Nottingham up and running to participate in this worthwhile cause. The Food Bus http://foodbus.org is an Arlington-based program with over 40 schools participating across the country.  This public charity designs, implements and maintains systems by which unused/unopened food leftover from elementary school …

Notts mum names her baby after 999 call handler

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

A mum from Nottinghamshire has named her baby boy after the emergency call handler who helped him be delivered. Rachel Wheeler, 31, from Newark – went into labour on 12 September 2017 at her home in Newark and realised she wasn’t going to make it to the hospital. Her sister Gemma called 999 and our […]

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Do you have what it takes to be part of the Turtle Bay team in Northampton?

by TBUser @ Turtle Bay UK

It’s not long now until the Caribbean Social opens its doors in Northampton and we can’t wait to start serving up our famous rum, reggae and jerk to everyone! We’re now on the lookout for new Turtles to join our restaurant and help us deliver the soulful, colourful, lively and delicious experiences that the Caribbean […]

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The Piazza at Nottingham Food Festival - Living Heritage Food Festivals

The Piazza at Nottingham Food Festival - Living Heritage Food Festivals


Living Heritage Food Festivals

Eat drink and relax in the piazza at Nottingham Food Festival, where you can enjoy food from around the world or and relax with a drink and our live music.

Nottingham’s The Alchemist starts to take shape

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Nottingham’s eagerly awaited The Alchemist restaurant and bar looks like it’s taking shape.  Nottingham’s brand new bar The Alchemist opens early in 2018.   Macaulay Sinclair, designers behind The Alchemist in MediaCityUK, Manchester, have been shortlisted for ‘Best Designed Pub/Bar of the Year’ and ‘Best New Pub/Bar Site’. Macaulay Sinclair re also designing there interior […]

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Bun Cha Vietnamese: Best Beef Pho in Hong Kong

Bun Cha Vietnamese: Best Beef Pho in Hong Kong


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See also: 3 Casual Spots for a Satisfying Bowl of Beef Pho Vietnamese food, specifically pho bo is one of my favourite kinds of comfort food. But coming across a good bowl of beef pho is not the no…

West Bridgford Police: Van sought after three attempted theft offences

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

During the evening of Monday 15th January police received three separate reports of attempted theft from vans in West Bridgford. Locations: Kneeton Road, East Bridgford Asda, West Bridgford Premier Inn, Nottingham Knight. Police said: ‘All separate witnesses state that a small white van was involved which contained two white male offenders. ‘Following enquiries, it is […]

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5 World Food Restaurants to Sample in Nottingham

5 World Food Restaurants to Sample in Nottingham


LeftLion

One of Nottingham’s greatest assets is its multiculturalism. And how best to celebrate our diversity, than to taste it?

Bunk Dogs – Icelandic Beer Braised Hot Dogs

Bunk Dogs – Icelandic Beer Braised Hot Dogs

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

Bunk Dogs in Nottingham is located just off Bridlesmith Gate, down the hill on Pepper Street by Peppers Rocks. I had seen the bright red neon sign in the distance as I was walking by and was drawn in by the possibility of a Hot Dog. On the website and on the board attached to...

The Pudding Pantry

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

Nottingham’s speciality coffee scene is taking off, with options ranging all the way from 200 Degrees Coffee Shop to Pelham Street’s Wired Café Bar. Slipping effortlessly into the gap between great coffee and comfort food, is The Pudding Pantry, which … Continue reading

Nottingham Food Festival 2016

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Nottingham is now in its third year, and what a third year it was! With celebrity chefs Valentine Warner, John Clifford and Holly Bell main stage on Saturday, while on Sunday we were privileged to welcome Valentine Warner and Marco Pierre White! Understandably, we were pretty busy, especially on Sunday, when the main stage tent […]

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Notts County Football In The Community Day

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

We were recently invited to attend the Notts County Football in the Community day at the stadium and enjoyed a 2 course lunch with drinks and networking. Various speeches were given and we had the pleasure of meeting some of … Continue reading

Vietnamese Cafe Coco Tang to open in Nottingham

Vietnamese Cafe Coco Tang to open in Nottingham


The Blend Magazine

Cafe Coco Tang will have traditional Hong Kong style will be the first in the UK to offer a freshly melted selection of single-origin Vietnamese

We’re Sharing the Love with our New Turtle Bay Gift Card

by Matthew Jackson @ Turtle Bay UK

Have you seen our fantastic new Turtle Bay Gift Card? We think it’s going to put a lot of big smiles on people’s faces, this Christmas. I mean, it’s basically the promise of a trip to Turtle Bay, with great food, top tunes and amazing rum cocktails – in card form. It’s certainly enough to […]

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The New Fillmore

by cchs @ Bun Mee

Great reviews have been pouring in on Yelp and on food and entertainment blogs from GrubStreet to Daily Candy. Today we were please to read this thoughtful writeup from The New Fillmore: With a vibrant design, smart graphics and an inventive menu almost entirely under $10, the Vietnamese sandwich eatery Bun Mee is ready for […]

PJ’s American Diner in Newark – “Washington Waffles”

PJ’s American Diner in Newark – “Washington Waffles”

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

PJ’s American Diner in Newark is located just off St Marks Place on Clinton Arms Street (It also seems to be known as PJ’s American Coffee Bar). We popped in to see if they were the real deal or just another spot jumping on the Americana wagon. I have eaten in many such places in...

Kebab shop fined over 'faeces in food'

Kebab shop fined over 'faeces in food'


BBC News

A Nottingham kebab shop which sold food contaminated with human faeces is ordered to compensate customers who became ill.

Vietnamese noodle soup: fish cake noodle soup from Da Nang

by Queeny Nguyễn @ Viet Food Channel

Fish cake noodle soup –  bún chả cá? Bún means rice vermicelli noodle Chả cá means fish cake Vietnamese rice vermicelli noodle with fish cake is one of the truly remarkable dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. It’s a dish which will change depending on what part of Vietnam you’re in. Besides the kinds of fish be […]

Crowne Plaza Nottingham

Crowne Plaza Nottingham


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Official site of Crowne Plaza Nottingham - read guest reviews, view photos, and get the Best Price Guarantee.

Our Love Affair with Popcorn

by Larissa Aspell @ Snizl Blog

When it comes to food-related fun holidays, there are lots to choose from, but “Popcorn Day” has got to be one of my favourites. Just grab yourself some Corn kernels, add heat, and voila – you have yourself a delicious, tasty snack, better known as popcorn. History and Origins Popcorn originates from the Americas, Mexico [Read more…]

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Even more to share this Veganuary

by Matthew Jackson @ Turtle Bay UK

Good news if you’re vegan, veggie… or just love delicious and exciting food! We’re getting fully into the spirit of Veganuary here at Turtle Bay, with loads of stunning vegan and vegetarian dishes and drinks – all inspired by the flavours of the Caribbean islands. ‘Cutters’ are little nibbles inspired by beach shack and street […]

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Sexy Mama Love Cicchetti, and so do I!

Sexy Mama Love Cicchetti, and so do I!

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

Sexy Mama Love Cicchetti on Carlton Street in Hockley is the latest offering from Edin Gondzica. They are serving up some excellent classic small plates of Cicchetti style food (think Italian Tapas) and are well worth a visit. It gently reinvents the space formerly known as “Edin’s Natural Kitchen”. I suppose that this is just...

Lifesaving defibrillator unveiled on Mapperley Top following community campaign

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Lifesaving medical equipment has been installed in a busy Nottingham shopping area, thanks to an appeal by a local community page.   Mapperley People’s campaign, launched in response to public demand, has secured a defibrillator to benefit Mapperley Top’s shoppers, workers and residents.   The equipment was unveiled today by Alan Dawson, who manages the […]

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Man wanted in connection with waste cooking oil thefts in Ruddington

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Police want to speak to this man in connection with the theft of waste cooking oil from the back of a restaurant. The latest incident happened at around 5am on 27 December 2017 but the premises in Church Street, Ruddington, has also been targeted previously. The man officers want to speak to is described as […]

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Chef-Jugz in Nottingham - Restaurant menu and reviews

Chef-Jugz in Nottingham - Restaurant menu and reviews


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All info on Chef-Jugz in Nottingham - Call to book a table. View the menu, check prices, find on the map, see photos and ratings.

Lost in The Larder

by cchs @ Bun Mee

I always keep an eye on Grub Street SF and in the weeks leading up to my recent visit to San Francisco I had been tracking the development of Bun Mee, the Vietnamese Bahn Mi restaurant and takeaway in Pacific Heights. Spelt phonetically, Bun Mee ensures the correct pronunciation of the sandwich. Bun Mee had […]

Seed to table – sustainable and traditional agriculture

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Last Sunday, The Hanoi Chef Community and the Japanese NGO were together organising a co-event: SEED TO TABLE  – To educate people about slow food and sustainable agriculture – To support local farmers create dishes from local ingredients which in turn, they can develop their food business.       We prepared food from ingredients that […]

Two Course Set Menu

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

Prepare yourselves for some proper good food that won’t break the bank! We know how tough January can be, which is why we’re launching our 2 COURSES + A BOTTLE OF WINE TO SHARE menu on TUESDAY THE 2ND OF JANUARY! Banish those January blues with a starter and a main OR a main and a dessert + a...

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Where to eat in Hue Viet Nam

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Finally, I managed to go back to Vietnam on a culinary trip; I had longed to try the food of my homeland, of three regions from North to South. Imperial Hue is the first place on my list. Some people might argue with me, Hue is not the best place. Most of my international friends […]

Thrillist Says, “Man Up!”

by cchs @ Bun Mee

Thrillist’s mission is to uncover the city’s best food, drinks, gear and services, so we were …um …thrilled when they came back to Bun Mee to film a video recommendation in time for today’s grand opening. We made them our tasty Juicy Steak banh mi — grilled flank steak with lime pepper aioli, shaved onion, […]

New equipment is trialled by 12-year-old Max at Nottingham Children’s Hospital

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Testing and treatment of children with severe and chronic respiratory problems is being made easier at Nottingham Children’s Hospital this winter thanks to a new system being described as an “important clinical workhorse” by respiratory teams at the hospital. The Prolab, no bigger than a school rucksack, is proving to be a key support in […]

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WREN Walk For Cricket

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

A number of the WREN committee embarked on the T20:20:20 sponsored walk on Friday 21 July… Walking the gruelling 20 miles from Derby Cricket Ground to Trent Bridge, Nottingham to help raise money for the Cricket Derbyshire Foundation…     … Continue reading

Meet the Sloppy Bun

by cchs @ Bun Mee

The “Sloppy Bun” is our Vietnamese spin on the classic American sloppy joe. A mouthwatering combination of red curry ground beef, our special house garlic aioli, shaved onion, thai basil and jalapenos. At only $6.50 the sloppy bun is as affordable as it is delicious. For a real treat, go extra-sloppy by adding an organic […]

In the Nottingham Post again!

by Alex @ We Are Caribé

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Emergency services attend London Road after person falls from building

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

The A60 London Road in Nottingham is part closed due to a police incident.  The AA reports: ‘Road closed due to police incident on A60 London Road Northbound between The Great Northern Close and A6008 Canal Street. The road is closed heading towards the island, over the bridge from the Premier Inn, towards the city.’ […]

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The Blend Top Ten: Food Supplement

by Joe Wilkinson @ The Blend Magazine

As well as the 7 regular issues of The Blend magazine in 2017, we also gave our readers a little treat with a twenty-page supplement focusing on the edible offerings in coffee shops. Sat alongside our September issue, the Food Supplement offered a look at what a coffee shop can do to increase their secondary [...]

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Nosh (SG): Beautiful Remote Brunch Spot Near Buono Vista

Nosh (SG): Beautiful Remote Brunch Spot Near Buono Vista

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

Hipster-ish brunch cafes are pleasantly abundant in Singapore, but Nosh offers something slightly less hipster, more classic. The fact that its location is more remote means that it’s usually not jam packed on weekends; you definitely won’t need a queuing ticket to get a table (like we did at Atlas Coffeehouse). The Greenhouse part of Nosh is an outdoor area, surrounded by greenery. It’s beautifully peaceful, no wonder the first time I attempted to brunch here on a Sunday afternoon, it was closed for a wedding. With such a setting, I would’ve been skeptical about their food, but after hearing multiple positive experiences, I had to try it for myself. House-cured Salmon with Scrambled Eggs The house-cured salmon with scrambled eggs didn’t look too inventive at first. But we were impressed with the execution of the unexpectedly creamy eggs. The smoked salmon was also delicious, especially when mixed in with the mentaiko sauce. Shakshuka with goat cheese and eggplant fritters *must order* But the shakshuka was definitely a winner. It might even be the best ones I’ve …

New blood test can confirm presence of prostate cancer

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Scientists and clinicians in Nottingham have developed a simple blood test which can confirm the presence or absence of prostate cancer and remove the need for unnecessary invasive and painful biopsies. It is thought that the test, developed as part of a study involving Nottingham Trent University and University Hospitals Leicester NHS Trust, could help […]

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Nottingham, who's hungry? | Uber Newsroom

Nottingham, who's hungry? | Uber Newsroom


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The latest news, updates, and announcements from Uber.

Historical child sex abuse apology from Notts County Council leader Cllr Kay Cutts

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

The Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council today (January 18th) gave this apology to victims and survivors of historical child sex abuse.   One of the greatest duties that can be bestowed on a person or an institution is the responsibility for the safety and upbringing of another’s child. This is not something that we at […]

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Celebration ale honours a BBC Radio Nottingham legend

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Dennis McCarthy, the London-born broadcaster who came to Nottingham as a wartime refugee and went on to become the city’s best loved radio personality, is to be honoured in the pubs and bars of his adopted city with an ale brewed in his memory. In the first Nottinghamian Celebration Ale of 2018, ‘Dennis McCarthy’ was […]

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Join The Party at the New Turtle Bay Plymouth

by Matthew Jackson @ Turtle Bay UK

Why not come along to our brand new Turtle Bay in Plymouth that launched at the end of October, with an exclusive VIP launch party. We had Plymouth’s biggest names partying the night away, sampling our amazing food, enjoying our incredible selection of over 40 rums and throwing a few shapes to the top tunes! […]

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Provisions (SG): New Restaurant for Fun Skewers and ‘KFC’

Provisions (SG): New Restaurant for Fun Skewers and ‘KFC’

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

I can’t complain about being flooded with Insta-worthy brunch and coffee choices since moving to Singapore, especially after discovering ATLAS Coffeehouse, Pacamara and The Botanist. But these cute coffee shops sometimes crowd out my search for enticing and fun dinner spots, until I came across Provisions. This new casual Asian fusion restaurant/bar on Dempsey Hill serves skewers, claypot rice and cocktails. Despite the high chairs and tables, it still sounded like the perfect laid back spot for a group of friends to wind down on a weekday. Plus, their 2-for-1 house wine happy hour deal lasted through to 10pm! “KFC” Korean Fried Cauliflower (SGD10) *must order* A photo of that caramelised glaze generously smothering what you would otherwise not have suspected was cauliflower, was the first reason I wanted to try Provisions. I quickly decided that it was also my favourite dish of the night. I’ve had “KFC” at a couple of other restaurants back in Hong Kong, but this rendition was probably the best. The edges were super crispy-crunchy and each piece of cauliflower was generously smothered in the addictively sweet …

Graduations are fast approaching!

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

The 2017 summer graduations are fast approaching, ladies and gents! We know what an important moment in your lives this is and what better way to celebrate all your hard work and achievements than with delicious food and delectable cocktails?! This year, as a little ‘CONGRATULATION’ for all the graduates, we have created exclusive cocktails...

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New Lebanese café opens in Sea Point

by Katharine Jacobs @ Eat Out

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Police urge public to report indecent exposure offences after incident near University

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

People are being urged to be vigilant after a number of reports of a man exposing himself near a university campus. The latest incident happened in Dryden Street, in the area of Nottingham Trent University, yesterday evening (Monday 15 January). The man is described as white, in his mid to late forties, short, of a […]

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Time Out Café – ‘Asian Street Food’ – Nottingham

Time Out Café – ‘Asian Street Food’ – Nottingham


Frusher on Food - A Nottingham Food Blog

Time Out Cafe doesn’t sound like a place for Asian street food, as you arrive at the top of the stairs in Wheeler Gate, it doesn’t look like a place for it either. The single room is spacious and f…

The Blend Top Ten: The panel debate at Lunch! 2017

by Joe Wilkinson @ The Blend Magazine

Quite possibly my ultimate highlight of the year was the panel we hosted at the Lunch! Event at the ExCel in London back in September. We decided to become media partners with the show and with that came the opportunity to host a seminar all about the speciality coffee scene. We decided to host a [...]

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Nottingham - Turtle Bay UK

Nottingham - Turtle Bay UK


Turtle Bay UK

Nottingham. Caribbean Food, Rum Cocktails, Happy Hour Cocktails, Jerk Chicken, Spicy Food. Turtle Bay – Best Caribbean Restaurant & Bar in the UK!

Nottingham Station Fire: Damage and losses could be millions of pounds

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

British Transport Police are continuing to appeal for information in relation to a suspected arson at Nottingham railway station. BTP said: ‘The fire, which was discovered in the ladies toilets on the southern concourse  just after 6:15 am on Friday 12 January, has resulted in damages and financial losses that could run into the millions. […]

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Moulin Rouge – Fish and Chips on Trinity Square

Moulin Rouge – Fish and Chips on Trinity Square

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

The Moulin Rouge Restaurant on Trinity Square was an interesting and unplanned spot that I visited this week for a plate of Fish and Chips. It was a spur of the moment choice. I really didn’t want to sit out on the street in the dark on a damp bench to scoff down my chips....

ATLAS Coffeehouse (SG): Hearty Brunch with Killer Pancakes

ATLAS Coffeehouse (SG): Hearty Brunch with Killer Pancakes

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

I’m always on the lookout for a hearty brunch and hipster coffee spot. Now that I’ve moved to Singapore, the number of cafe choices is almost as overwhelming as my intensive 10-month MBA course at INSEAD. Cute cafes are dotted all over the country. Yet in spite of all the competition, ATLAS Coffeehouse definitely stands out for its perfectly executed brunch items, which are interesting enough to set it apart, but retain that mainstream eggs-and-pancake element to satisfy the typical weekend brunch craving. (See also my review of other cafes in Singapore, such as Curious Palette and Pacamara) Creamy Mushrooms and Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast (SGD14+3) The menu had a good variety of options ranging from the brunchy eggs, pancakes and waffles to the more filling ‘superbowls’ , meats and pasta. The sound of white wine creamy mushrooms stole our undivided attention for a good five minutes, before we noticed that a standard eggs benedict was not even featured on ATLAS’s menu. We didn’t care, of course. We added scrambled eggs (+SGD3) to the …

Pho7Rich Healthy Vietnamese Food

by phorichc @ Pho 7Rich, healthy Vietnamese food best restaurant in Nottingham, MD

We are the first Vietnamese Restaurant in Perry Hall and White Marsh. We are dedicated to provide great food with an amazing service. Our chef has had 27 years of experience and is very enthusiastic about giving you the best Vietnamese experience. At Pho 7Rich, we are focused on providing quality Vietnamese food with the highest levels of customer […]

Nottingham Road Restaurants

Nottingham Road Restaurants


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Read Reviews and Ratings of diners, see Pictures of their Dining experience, view the Restaurants Menu, Book Online or by Phone and get Directions to Nottingham Road Restaurants. After you have dined at a restaurant, rate and share your experience with other diners on Dining-OUT.

OUR BRAND NEW MENU IS HERE!

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

We are absolutely chuffed to let you know that our brand new, Autumn inspired menu is now here! We’ve created some delicious new dishes, with Autumnal flavours and inspirations in mind. Just one of our delicious new dishes is this rather amazing looking CHARCOAL GRILLED YORKSHIRE VENISON! Haunch of venison grilled pink, with a red wine, honey,...

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At Every Food Festival – The Craft Beer Boys!

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

We are very excited to confirm that ‘The Craft Beer Boys’ will be demonstrating mainstage at all our food festivals 2017. Brad and Jonny are founders of the Craft Beer Channel, a youtube channel with a huge global following dedicated to great beer and good food. They travel the world finding the world’s best brews […]

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Treetops Hospice appeals for volunteers for Nottingham Court cafés

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Treetops Hospice Care is looking for volunteers to help serve customers at its cafes in the Nottingham Courts. The roles involve  taking customer orders, making light refreshments, and helping to keep the bar running smoothly. Volunteering offers the chance to make life-long friends whilst doing something rewarding and worthwhile for a local charity. You will […]

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RSViP Go VIP At Splendour With NTU

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

We were privileged this July to be invited as VIP guests of Nottingham Trent University to attend Splendour Festival at Wollaton Park for the day in their VIP marquee, complete with free bar all day, lunch, afternoon tea and access … Continue reading

Newcastle Restaurant Week

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

Calling all GEORDIE FOODIES! Haven’t you heard? RESTAURANT WEEK is coming to the TOON on the 15th of January! It’s fair to say we’re raring to go and share our mutual love for proper good FOOD with you lovely lot. Which is why we’ve got some crackin’ deals ready to rumble … Make the most...

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RSViP Launch The Lost World Adventure Golf

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

This month we were involved in assisting in the launch of a brand new out door dinosaur themed adventure golf course based on Lenton Lane, Nottingham. A family fun day was held on a Saturday which welcomed hundreds of local … Continue reading

The House on Sathorn (BK): A Turkish-Asian Tasting Journey

The House on Sathorn (BK): A Turkish-Asian Tasting Journey

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

Bangkok and Lima are no doubt my favourite cities to experience food in general, but especially “fine dining”. If you read my feature on The Maker’s The Hit List, or Fine Dining Redefined in Hong Kong, you’ll know that this concept often makes me cringe. But a number of restaurants on the World’s 50 Best or Asia’s 50 Best lists stray far away from the white tablecloths stereotype of fine dining, and focus on creating an experience of a meal. For example, the experience at World’s #5 Central in Lima taught me everything I wanted to know about unique Peruvian ingredients at different altitudes. Asia’s #36 The Dining Room of The House on Sathorn in Bangkok brought me a similarly impressive experience, teaching me much more than just Turkish cuisine, but also how to get creative. The Dining Room of The House on Sathorn As soon as I got off my Uber to check in at W Bangkok, this beautiful house next door had my full attention as I eagerly turned to a friend, to ask “what …

Hanoi street walking tour # 1 – where to eat Pho in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

If you are going to Hanoi and are asking “where to eat Pho” then you are in the right place. I’ve cooked pho to sell in London and Slovakia. Back to Vietnam I was seeking for places to try our Vietnamese “national” dish. I was looking for a clear both with nature delicate sweetness from […]

Sandringham Food Festival 2016

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

The sun shone and the first real ale was poured at 10.08am! We had a fantastic time at the Sandringham Food Festival , with loads of local producers as well as those bringing food from every corner of the globe! Saturday we enjoyed Theo Randall, Daniel Clifford, Jimmy Buchan and Holly Bell’s demonstrations, and Sunday […]

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Outpost Coffee Roasters

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

Nottingham’s speciality coffee scene has come a long way since I first visited 2½ years ago, coming away disappointed. Now there’s a flourishing café scene, led by the likes of 200 Degrees, Wired Café Bar, The Pudding Pantry and, out … Continue reading

Ao Quán – A touch of rural Vietnamese food and scene in Hanoi Centre

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Authentic food, affordable price, the rural scene and atmosphere here remind us of where we were and have been – Nostalgia. Ao Quán became our another favourite spot in town. I’ve been here 4 times and will be back again.     I first came to this place beyond my friend Khu’s recommendation – a […]

Unusual Christmas Food

by Alex Burroughes @ Snizl Blog

Christmas Food is an extremely important part of the Christmas Day experience from Christmas Dinner to the traditional orange in your Christmas stocking. It’s one of the reasons Christmas is so great. However, people have begun to make some extremely unusual Christmas foods mixing tradition Christmas foods together. These weird Christmas foods have become popular [Read more…]

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Fox and Grapes in Sneinton Market – Beer and Pizza

Fox and Grapes in Sneinton Market – Beer and Pizza

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

The Fox and Grapes in Sneinton Market is one of the latest pubs to open up in Nottingham under the Castle Rock Brewery umbrella. This particular opening back in September was most welcome as it saw the re-emergence of a Public House that has been located at this spot since the 1830’s. In recent times...

Fallen trees causing travel problems across Notts

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Winds of up to 60 mph overnight are causing problems on the roads and power issues across Nottinghamshire. A fallen tree also affected tram services this morning, services are 5 minutes behind schedule. The AA reports: ’18 Jan 2018, 5:35AM (first reported) A614 Road closed, fallen Tree. Road closed due to fallen tree on A614 […]

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Vietnamese Cookery - £120 - Shires Cookery School

Vietnamese Cookery - £120 - Shires Cookery School


Shires Cookery School

Your menu for the day is Vietnamese red cabbage salad with candied pecans, pink grapefruit and mint Tiger prawn, glass noodle and ginger soup with spring onion and coriander Caramelised black pepper chicken Sticky pork ribs with peppers and sesame Stir fried water spinach with garlic and fish sauce Cost is £105 per student - this includes ingredients, lunch and recipes Vietnamese cuisine is making its mark in the catering industry, but remains a mystery to some people.  If you like Chinese and Thai cuisine then you will LOVE Vietnamese food.

8 Things I Love Most in Bangkok

8 Things I Love Most in Bangkok

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

Bangkok is the one city in the world I would not hesitate re-visiting over and over again. My four-year old passport has accumulated 10 sets of Thai immigration stamps, yet I’d happily give up more pages to absorb the chaos, ascend the buildings and devour the dishes here. Embarrassingly, I only made my way to check off The Grand Palace on my last visit. But that’s the thing; Bangkok is not about the sites to see. The charm of the city can only be felt by living in it. And here are 8 ways I lived the city that made me fall in love with it. 1. Rooftop Bar with Wine & Cheese at Scarlett There are countless rooftop bars dotted all around the city. While Above Eleven and Octave seemed to be the typical recommendations, Scarlett stood out to me more because of its laid back rustic vibe, which also felt a little less commercial. It was, as expected, more quiet than your usual rooftop bar at 6pm, yet turned out to be the perfect spot to enjoy …

Slurping Bowls of Pho at the Bun Mii Vietnamese cafe

Slurping Bowls of Pho at the Bun Mii Vietnamese cafe


The Nottingham Food Blog

Bun Mii Vietnamese Café on George Street is one of the newest additions to the Asian dining scene in Nottingham. I popped over at the weekend to try them out as I heard a few whispers on the street…

Pub Events for New Years Eve in Nottingham!

by Molly Dixon @ Snizl Blog

Christmas is over! It seems like the festive period has been going on for months, but now its finally coming to an end. No need to sulk though, party season isn’t over yet. New Year’s Eve is still upon us and there are some fantastic events lined up for you and your family, or just [Read more…]

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Sunday Lunch at The Botanist in West Bridgford

Sunday Lunch at The Botanist in West Bridgford

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

The Botanist in West Bridgford has been open on ‘our avenue’ for about 4 months now. This Gincentric chain moved into the space vacated by ‘Fire and Ice’ back in October and is to be honest exactly the sort of place that West Bridgford deserves. I got older last week so as a reward for...

Secret Burger Club at Nottingham Street Food – Truly Excellent Burgers

Secret Burger Club at Nottingham Street Food – Truly Excellent Burgers

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

The Secret Burger Club were at The Nottingham Street Food club this weekend and I for one was quite excited to meet them so that I could sample one of their burgers. I am not saying that they are an elusive burger collective, but you need to keep your ear to the ground to track...

CCTV: Man wanted in connection with Primark purse theft

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Officers have released an image of a man they want to speak to after a reported handbag dip in Nottingham city centre. It’s believed a woman’s purse was stolen at around 12pm on Saturday 16 September whilst in Primark in Long Row. The man in the photo is described as white, of a large build […]

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The Masons like us too!

by Alex @ We Are Caribé

Lovely article about us in the Nottinghamshire Masons newsletter!

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Bolivia – My Unexpected Favourite in South America

Bolivia – My Unexpected Favourite in South America

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

Travelling around South America for a month, we encountered all types of travellers. Some were only visiting Peru, others had been in the continent for 6 months. But the one most frequently asked question was: What has been your favourite so far? As much as Machu Picchu of Peru will impress almost anyone, and there’s no doubt Lima has now become my favourite food city in the world, I never hesitated to answer this question: my personal number one was easily La Paz, Bolivia. Here are some of my highlights from La Paz and Bolivia in general: 1. The Death Road Over the course of the month, we went from coastal towns like Valparaiso (Chile) at close to 0m above sea level, to hot springs in Bolivia which reached as high as 4800m above sea level. Moving across the continent through these altitudes was one of the coolest experiences, but not as cool as travelling from an altitude of 4600m to 1200m within 3-4 hours, via 56km of downhill mountain biking on The Death Road in La …

Nottingham Hospitals states position on planned ’40 Days for Life’ anti-abortion protest

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

’40 Days for Life’, an international anti-abortion campaign groups has plans to protest at Nottingham hospitals. A spokesperson said: ‘We have been made aware that the above group, and a counter protest group, are planning to be on site at QMC from 14 February. The  below statements, from NUH and Nottingham City Council, clarify our […]

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Oscar and Rosies – Still the Best Pizza in Nottingham

Oscar and Rosies – Still the Best Pizza in Nottingham

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

I love the Pizza at Oscar and Rosie’s, seriously it is the best pizza in Nottingham, and I have been telling everyone that since 2013, and I would defend that belief against anyone who suggests otherwise with a passion. When I first met Olly Hunter and his first lovely Pizza Oven called Bertha, he was...

Pho 7 Rich, Nottingham

Pho 7 Rich, Nottingham


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Win a life-time supply of food at Pho Leicester’s Brilliant Vietnamese Restaurant

by Alex Burroughes @ Snizl Blog

Pho is a brilliant new Vietnamese restaurant located at the Highcross shopping centre in Leicester, and it’s proving to be extremely popular. Pho was first set up by Stephan and Juliette Wall as London’s first Vietnamese street food restaurant in June 2005 after they travelled to Vietnam and fell in love with the food there. Win [Read more…]

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Unilever Visit Nottingham University

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

We were pleased to have been invited along to the Ingenuity Centre based on the University of Nottingham campus for a presentation given by SVP and Head of Research at Unilever to business students and post grads on the subject … Continue reading

Why | Viet Food Channel

Why | Viet Food Channel


Viet Food Channel

A Vietnamese food channel by native experience cooks and chefs ... Why US?!

Puppets prepare to take over Nottingham in first ever festival

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

An iron man, giant birds, a diabolical Mr Punch, a treasured maiden and one of the talents behind the workings of the National Theatre’s War Horse came together today with guests from across the city to officially launch Nottingham’s first-ever Puppet Festival.   Unveiling the jam-packed programme, the occasion marks the countdown to the four-day […]

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Public can have their say on Nottinghamshire rights of way plans from today

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Nottinghamshire County Council has today (Thursday 18 January) launched a 12-week consultation to help boost plans to manage its public rights of way – a network of 4,000 public footpaths, bridleways and byways. Councillor John Cottee, Communities and Place committee chairman said, “Now we are well into the New Year, many of us will have […]

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200 Degrees Coffee Roasters

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

Before there was ever 200 Degrees, the award-winning coffee shop in the centre of Nottingham, there was 200 Degrees Coffee Roasters, who first brought my attention to Nottingham as somewhere where you could get decent coffee. 200 Degrees grew out … Continue reading

Outpost Coffee

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

I first came across Outpost Coffee Roasters when I visited Nottingham in the summer of 2015. Back then, Outpost was an up-and-coming roaster with a very impressive training room in the city centre. Fast forward exactly a year to the … Continue reading

What Could Be More Magical Than Glitter Gravy On Your Christmas Dinner!

by Larissa Aspell @ Snizl Blog

Recently we have seen various new and innovative ways of serving traditional Christmas food. The latest to join this trend is Glitter Gravy. The Fox Under the Hill pub in Greenwich has been serving glitter gravy with its roast meals in the run-up to Christmas and it’s proving to be extremely popular.     According [Read more…]

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Chefs for 2017

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

So our mainstage chefs are published for 2017!  A couple of changes due to babies and filming schedules but we are sorted now. Northampton Food Festival Saturday: Chris Bavin, Valentine Warner and the Craft Beer Boys Sunday: Matt Tebbutt, Shelina Permalloo and the Craft Beer Boys   Barleylands Food Festival Saturday: Phil Vickery, Stacie Stewart and the […]

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The Final of the Nottingham Restaurant & Bar Awards’ Best Young Talent, Back of House Award

by George Musson @ RSViP

The final of the Nottingham Restaurant & Bar Awards’ Best Young Talent, Back of House Award took place at The Adams Restaurant at Nottingham College last week. Numerous applications were received from venues across the city and county which were poured over by … Continue reading

Weather warning for snow in Notts issued by Met Office

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Parts of Nottinghamshire could be affected by snow this week says the Met Office. The Met Office said: ‘Showers will turn to sleet, snow and hail late on Monday night across northern England, and then affect parts of Wales and the Midlands Tuesday evening and overnight into Wednesday. ‘Delays to travel are possible, with a […]

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The 40 best restaurants in Britain

The 40 best restaurants in Britain


the Guardian

Forty chefs open up their address books for Observer Food Monthly and reveal their favourite places to eat, from Inverness to Paignton and from Michelin-starred restaurants to a pie and mash shop

Patrols increased after reports of a shot being fired in Nottingham

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Officers are appealing for information after reports of a shot being fired in Whitcombe Gardens, Top Valley. Nobody was injured in the incident at around 6.45pm yesterday (Wednesday 17 January). Patrols have been increased in the area as enquiries continue. Anyone who witnessed the incident or saw anything suspicious in the area at that time […]

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Chanter’s Jigge

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Chanter’s Jigge invite you to share their delight in good tunes, lively entertainment and jolly company. They cross the centuries with colourful performances of music from around Europe and occasionally more exotic places. They perform on a unique array of ancient, traditional and modern instruments Tunes from all times Songs for all seasons hurdy-gurdy – recorders […]

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Hanoi street food walking tour

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

Discover hanoi street food with us … You love food and wish to taste local food wherever you go. The pain is – a right local guide is hard to find. A right person must be the one who understand about food and they must be able to explain it to you. Well, at least, […]

Cartwheel Cafe & Roastery

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

Cartwheel Cafe and Roastery is part of Nottingham’s speciality coffee explosion, which saw a cluster of openings over the summer of 2016. It joined the likes of The Speciality Coffee Shop and Outpost Coffee, along with more established players, such … Continue reading

10 Favourite Restaurants from Around the World in 2017

10 Favourite Restaurants from Around the World in 2017

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

It’s that time of the year to reflect! I never used to make New Year’s resolutions or set ‘goals’ until last year and it turned out to be a great idea because I can now be proud that I accomplished two out of three (I know they’re hardly difficult things to achieve): 1. cook more and 2. travel more to places I’ve never been to before. First, I continued to perfect my signature tiramisu and others have now testified that it’s a perfect recipe! I discovered the wonders of sous-vide meat. I developed a cornflakes-crusted French toast I am pretty happy to cook for others. I created a salad dressing I love (recipe coming soon). Second, I travelled to Myanmar (Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake and Mandalay), Portugal (Porto and Lisbon), Peru (Lima and Cuzco), Bolivia (Copacabana, La Paz and Salar de Uyuni), Chile (San Pedro de Atacama, Santiago and Valparaiso) and am writing this post from Australia (Sydney and Melbourne)! Food is one of the most important parts of travelling to me – because it gives me inspiration. …

Forever Stars chosen by shoppers as intu Charity of the Year

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

A charity that funds bereavement suites for parents of stillborn babies has been selected as charity of the year 2018 for the two intu centres in Nottingham. intu announced that Forever Stars has been selected by the public to receive all of the penny-wishes donated into the Emett Clock at intu Victoria Centre on 12 […]

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5 ways to eat noodle in Vietnam

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  Noodle soup is not the only child in Vietnamese noodle family. It has siblings chấm noodle, trộn noodle, xào noodle and other dishes. 1. Chan Chan means pour You pour a generous amount of broth to cover the noodle which not only to flavour it but to keep it hot while you are eating. […]

Cookery Demonstration with Alpha Kitchens at Nottingham Food Festival

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Cookery Demonstration Marquee – Come join us as we present to you a live cookery demonstration by our professional chef, Jo and learn what you can do with Neff appliances. Jo will prepare food for you to taste in our pop up showroom while Alpha Trade Kitchens will be there to give you expert advise […]

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Xiao Ya Tou (SG): Pimped-up Local Fusion 

Xiao Ya Tou (SG): Pimped-up Local Fusion 

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

I had been a tourist in Singapore countless times before moving here. The unbelievably cheap yet delicious chicken rice, char kway teow and laksa noodles at hawker centres would keep me satisfied time after time. These classic local dishes served in a super casual (borderline dirty) setting is really a key part of Singapore’s charm. But when it comes to local food outside of hawker centres – a proper restaurant where you can go to in better-than-flip-flops clothing – Xiao Ya Tou comes to mind first. Its ‘pimped up’ dishes provides an interesting twist to the classic Singaporean cuisine, without losing local flavours and maintaining good execution. The cute artsy hipster setting also makes it an appropriate spot to catch up with a group of friends, or go for a casual date. Small dishes to start with… We ordered a couple of small dishes to start. I loved the Brussel Sprouts (SGD14) – not only because I’m partial to brussel sprouts in general, but also because it was cooked with generous dollops of minced chicken which made …

Two New Shows for 2017!

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

We are delighted to announce that due to the continuing growth and popularity of our existing food festivals, we will be putting on two new shows next year!  Both will have huge food halls, celebrity chefs, demonstrations, family entertainment, real ale, live music, workshops and plenty to taste! June 10th-11th at Barleylands, Barleylands Road, Billericay, […]

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RSViP & WREN exhibit at The Business & Property Show East Midlands

by Fiona Duncan @ RSViP

Once again this year we exhibited alongside our sister network- WREN- The Women’s Real Estate Network at the EMCC Nottingham, networking and making new connections in both the business, property and construction world. Fiona Duncan- Steer also attended the VIP … Continue reading

Rail: Level crossing fault affecting some Nottingham services

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

There is a fault with the barriers at a level crossing at Brandon. This is between Ely and Thetford and is disrupting trains on the Liverpool Lime Street/Nottingham/Norwich route. East Midlands Trains said: ‘At present Network Rail are sending a team to fix the fault. We are currently waiting for confirmation that the team have […]

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3 for £15 on starters! Available at Newcastle from Monday 4th July!

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

With so many mouth-watering starters available on our menu, we didn’t think having to choose just one starter was that fair! From Monday 4th July ALL of our starters will be available as for 3 for £15 exclusively at our Newcastle restaurant! Our 3 for £15 options on our starters, will be available from 5pm...

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Wired Café Bar

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

In the two years since I last visited Nottingham, its coffee scene has exploded, with various spots opening up. Representing the hipster end of the market is Pelham Street’s Wired Café Bar, with its scaffolding-pole furniture, exposed air-conditioning ducts and quirky manner … Continue reading

200 Degrees, Carrington Street

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

Once-upon-a-time, there was a roaster in Nottingham called 200 Degrees. Then, after a little while, there was a coffee shop. And, that, it seemed, was that. Until this summer, when suddenly up sprang two more coffee shops, one in Birmingham … Continue reading

Breakfast at The Silly Sausage in the Cattle Market

Breakfast at The Silly Sausage in the Cattle Market

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

The Silly Sausage Cafe is located inside the old Cattle Market Tavern on Meadow Lane. This building was a pub that offered refreshment to the farmers and traders at the cattle market. Apparently they had a special licence to open early on market days. I can just imagine them all popping in for a pint...

In the Nottingham Post!

by Alex @ We Are Caribé

Did you catch us in the Nottingham Post? Read the article here..

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Home | Vietcentic

Home | Vietcentic


Home | Vietcentic

Fun Vietnames cooking classes, Vietnamese lunchtime tasting, Cultural centre with Meeting/function room and dance class studio. Imported ingrediants shop

How changing coffee tastes are helping farmers

by Abbie Dawson @ The Blend Magazine

Would you pay more for your coffee if you knew exactly where it came from and how it got to you? An increasing number of Western “millennial” consumers would, and it’s benefiting everyone from the farmers who grow the beans to the artisan cafes selling the stuff, everywhere from London to Los Angeles. The growing [...]

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11 must try noodles in Hanoi

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

List of must try noodles in Hanoi 1. Phở – Phở noodle soup 2. Bún chả – Chargrilled pork and rice vermicelli 3. Bún riêu cua – Crap noodle soup 4. Bún ốc – Snail noodle soup 5. Phở xào – Stir-fried pho noodle 6. Bún cá – Fish noodle soup 7. Bún bung – […]

Kayal Business Lunch – The Thali

Kayal Business Lunch – The Thali

by myfoodhunt @ The Nottingham Food Blog

  Kayal is one of the restaurant stalwarts on Broad Street in Nottingham. They serve up Southern Indian style food and are a pretty well thought of when you talk about where to go for an Indian meal in the Nottingham Curry scene. They are also one of the spots that we seem to have...

New space for culture and creativity opening in Sneinton - Creative Quarter

New space for culture and creativity opening in Sneinton - Creative Quarter


Creative Quarter

Vietcentric is a unique new creative cultural space opening at Sneinton Market Avenues very soon. Their plan is to be a unified cultural and creative hub, both for Vietnamese people living, working or studying in Nottingham, and local people and visitors from all cultures, who are interested in finding out more about Vietnam. Launched by Nottingham …

Marco Pierre White Goes Walkabout

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Marco Pierre White is a very nice man.  And if comes to a food festival, he wants to really experience that food festival.  I don’t know what it must be like as a food producer or cook, when you are minding your own business, selling your produce or your cookery at a food festival – […]

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West Bridgford Italian closes down

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

West Bridgford Italian food-to-go business, Pranzo, has closed down.  A sign on the premises thanks all of its customers for their support, adding that at some time in the future the business may re-open. It says it has closed until further notice. The business opened on Melton Road two years ago providing take out prepared […]

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Hawker Chan (SG): Is the Cheapest One Michelin Star Worth the Wait?

Hawker Chan (SG): Is the Cheapest One Michelin Star Worth the Wait?

by lolleroll @ lolleroll

Singapore’s food scene has perhaps been best known for its abundance of delicious cheap eats. A chicken rice at many hawker centres could cost as little as SGD2.5 (just over USD2 or less than HKD15). Despite its almost inconceivably cheap prices and simplicity of food, Hawker Chan has even earned itself a Michelin star. With the inevitable hype around what may be the cheapest Michelin star ‘restaurant’, I wasn’t surprised to hear all the mixed reviews: “don’t bother, it’s so overhyped” versus “it’s the best chicken rice!!!” I had to check it out for myself. There are two different outlets Hawker Chan was initially just a stall in the Chinatown Complex Food Centre – go up to the second floor and when you’ve located the long queue, you’ve probably found Hawker Chan. Since earning its Michelin star, they opened another outlet across the street. It’s a little more pricy, due to the improved seating arrangement and environment. We decided to go old-school and visit the original stall. 35 min wait on a Monday morning We expected …

Rum, Reggae and Jerk is coming to Winchester

by Matthew Jackson @ Turtle Bay UK

Winchester gets tropical this January when our new Turtle Bay opens on St George’s Street. We’d like to invite you to come and taste our delicious Caribbean-inspired dishes, sample some of our tropical cocktails and experience our laid-back “liming” vibe. You’re guaranteed a warm welcome at our newest Turtle Bay, so why not join us […]

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City Guide: Nottingham, UK

City Guide: Nottingham, UK


Escapism Magazine

We scoured Nottingham for all the best bits

Our New Menu is Coming

by Gary Sansum @ George's Great British Kitchen

Autumn is slowly creeping up on us and so is the launch of our brand new menu! We’ve taken inspiration from some of our favourite home comforts and created a selection of brand new and exciting dishes… perfect for the slightly more gloomy time of year! We won’t give away too much about our new...

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Coco Tang to open Vietnamese kitchen, oriental bakery and café in Nottingham city centre | West Bridgford Wire

Coco Tang to open Vietnamese kitchen, oriental bakery and café in Nottingham city centre | West Bridgford Wire


West Bridgford Wire

Coco Tang, the cocktail bar and nightclub in Nottingham’s Bridlesmith Gate is to open an oriental bakery and café this summer just around the corner.   The new venture will open later in the summer in Byard Lane, just next to The Tokenhouse store. The business is described as offering speciality coffee, patisserie, oriental bakery, …

7×7: Love at First Bite

by cchs @ Bun Mee

[via 7×7] Sara Deseran, 7×7’s resident foodie, writes about her experience on our chaotic opening day. Here’s a taste: Sometimes I go to a new restaurant and my blink instinct tells me that this one is going to do just fine, even in the dog-eat-dog restaurant world of San Francisco. Restaurants like this often are […]

Open event announced for stunning £1.8m Edwalton homes

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Nottingham-based developer North Sands Developments has completed its latest project, a pair of magnificent detached homes close to the heart of West Bridgford – and there’s a public open event on Wednesday, January 24th.  Grange House and Elm House are the newest additions to Grange Road and are set to cause a real stir at […]

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Christopher Foster at Northampton Food Festival in the Roadshow

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Christopher is quickly becoming a local baking celebrity in Northamptonshire. He particularly loves baking, preserving and chocolate making. At 13 years, he has already racked up numerous cooking accolades both locally and nationally. He has been the winner in the children’s sections of The Real Jam Festival, The World Jampionships, The World’s Original Marmalade Awards […]

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Bikes and motorhomes stolen in Nottingham ramraids

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Officers are linking three incidents in Calverton and one in Sherwood where a vehicle has been used to gain entry to businesses. It’s believed a silver transit van was used in all four incidents. It rammed into a workshop in Mansfield Street, Sherwood at around 7.20pm on Sunday and a cross bike was taken. At […]

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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews our Belly Bun!

by denise @ Bun Mee

Sept 22, 2011 San Francisco Chronicle Food Critic, Marisa Lindquist shares our love for the Belly Bun… “Bun Mee: If I could knock on the door of Denise Tran’s Pacific Heights eating place, Bun Mee, at any hour and purchase a sandwich, rest assured that I would.  I’ve been dreaming of pork belly since my […]

We Are Caribé featured in the Nottingham Post!

by Alex @ We Are Caribé

Lovely article about us in the Nottingham Post!

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10 tonnes donated by residents to The Friary!

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Rushcliffe Borough Council and local homeless charity The Friary have praised residents in the borough for their generosity in donating over 10 tonnes of food, clothing and toiletries as part of a recent appeal. Thousands of items were gifted across the borough when people placed their bin out for collection last week (January 8-12) which […]

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Nottinghamshire MP finds out more about Severn Trent’s green power ambitions

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Vernon Coaker, MP for Gedling, has found out more about how Severn Trent is investing in new technology to generate green power at one of its biggest sewage treatment sites. Mr Coaker visited Stoke Bardolph Sewage Treatment Works for a tour of the site and had a chance to see first-hand the different techniques the […]

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Warning after bogus police officers target homes in Rushcliffe

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Overnight Nottinghamshire Police have received three separate reported incidents of persons claiming to be the Police Officers in West Bridgford, Wilford and Radcliffe.  Boxley Drive, West Bridgford Somerton Avenue, Wilford Queens Road, Radcliffe on Trent In all cases, the suspects tried the occupant’s door, or opened the letter box, and when challenged by the occupants […]

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What is bún đậu mắm tôm?

by huyenchi11 @ Viet Food Channel

  Vietnamese language break down: Bún means rice vermicelli Đậu means tofu Mắm tôm is fermented shrimp paste     Bún đậu mắm tôm is a “dip noodle” dish which consist of rice vermicelli, fragrant herbs, fried tofu and/or boiled pork, fried pork terrine served with shrimp paste dipping sauce. This is a very popular […]

Def Leppard announce Nottingham date

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

Late 2018 will see legendary British rock icons Def Leppard deliver what many UK fans have been waiting for – the “Hysteria” album performed in full plus other Def Leppard hits, coming to the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Saturday 8 December 2018.   Rick “Sav” Savage says, “After many requests from fans in the U.K, […]

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The Speciality Coffee Shop

by Brian Williams @ Nottingham – Brian's Coffee Spot

The Speciality Coffee Shop is one of a new crop of Nottingham coffee shops which sprang up this summer, having opened a mere two months before my visit in August. Occupying a corner spot at the western end of Friar … Continue reading

Northampton Chefs 2017

by admin3 @ Living Heritage Food Festivals

Our lineup for Northampton Food Festival is almost there – just a few more to be confirmed.  But we are pleased to announce that Northampton Food Festival 2017 will feature: on the Saturday Matt Tebutt and Chris Bavin and on Sunday Valentine Warner and Dean Edwards More details to follow!

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Nottingham man found guilty of violent attack on woman 25 years ago

by WBWire @ West Bridgford Wire

A man who violently assaulted a woman in a Nottingham street 25 years ago has today been found guilty of the attack. Christopher Scott, 64, was found guilty of Indecent assault, assault and attempted kidnap following a trial at Nottingham Crown Court. Scott launched the attack on the then 17-year-old in Nottingham as she walked […]

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