Category: FOOD

FOOD REVIEW: Villa Blanca

Jane Loughran enjoys a great Italian meal with friends after a visit to the cinema in Penrith

FOOD REVIEW: THIN WHITE DUKE

Claire Sherwen finds out that there’s so much more to the Duke than cocktails – the food is simply outstanding! Read the full review in the November issue

Food Review: The Duke of Cumberland

Sara Valentin visits the Carlisle Living Awards finalist on Castle Carrock green. Read the review in the October issue of Carlisle Living.

Chris Sara

The Last Zebra’s head chef loves crinkle-cut chips and authentic Indian food. Fin out more in the January issue.

RESTAURANT REVIEW

Ed’s Easy Diner Sara Valentin visits the 1950s-style chain where the decor is half the fun

BIJOU

Bijou, in Fisher Street, presents itself as a brasserie but its decor is more suited to a high-end restaurant, with plush seating, perfectly pressed linens and suitably dimmed lighting, all in a gorgeous room with cornicing and high ceilings. The…

KILDARE BISTRO

One of the joys of holidaying in France is discovering top-notch cuisine in small town restaurants. Quiet, one horse towns inevitably offer a gastronomic experience. Not something that happens much in England where the general rule of thumb is the…

THE QUARTER LOUNGE

Recent foodie trends in Britain have included the demise of the cupcake and the rise of the cronut, an interest in all things Deep South, the fashion for upscale comfort food and the move towards better quality everything, including pizza,…

HELL BELOW & CO

RESTAURANT REVIEW Hell Below & Co is one of the jewels in the Van Lierop empire, which also includes The Last Zebra, Eaten by Monsters and The Thin White Duke, all within a cocktail spill of each other. So much…