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Claire Patterson
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Prashad - Drighlington
I knew I’d love Prashad before I had
even stepped foot in their restaurant in Drighlinton. I’ve visited their love
child, Bundobust, (the other parent being the CAMRA pub The Sparrow in
Bradford) on many occasions. It’s fair to say Bundobust is one of my fa...

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Plum & Partridge - Husthwaite, North Yorkshire
Husthwaite is a small village on the outskirts of The North Yorkshire Moors, it's a historic village with buildings dating from the 12th century, it's no wonder that it's a conservation area. Over the years the building which houses the Plum & Partridge has...

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The Ground House - Stirling (Scotland)
Stirling is a beautiful city. It's full of old buildings, cobbled streets, castles, monuments and you can see The Highlands on the horizon when you climb up high. It's a small city in comparison to some of the cities in England and definitely in comparison ...

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Broomhall Castle - Menstrie (near Stirling, Scotland)
I wanted to book a castle for D's 30th birthday last year, but unfortunately all the castles I'd looked at were hitting the £250 mark per night. This was a little more than I could budget at the time as we were in the process of buying our first house and e...

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Sociable Folk and The Good Luck Club - Wellington Place, Leeds
If you’re lucky enough to work in Wellington Place then Sociable Folk has probably already been your go to coffee hit for some time. An upcoming area that is undergoing vast (and quick) development it is forming in to quite the forward thinking business dis...

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Trinity Kitchen - May/June 2017 Street Food Line Up
This months’ rotation in Trinity Kitchen has to be one of their best line ups yet. Of course this is just my opinion and there are many of my favourites which are not present but there isn’t one place that I would shy away from or not be tempted by in this ...

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Chef Zak at Cafe Lulu - Birkenshaw
Birkenshaw. It’s not exactly the place I would associate with gourmet supper clubs and taster menus but last Saturday evening that is where I found myself. In Birkenshaw, in a small café that was open  after hours specifically for a guest chef to come in an...

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Super Lunch Menu at Jamie's Italian - Leeds
I worked out the other day that I haven’t been to Jamie’s Italian for around 7 years. Those 7 years have flown by as I recall when it first opened, the long queues that went down the side of the building on Park Row for people to get in and the hubbub aroun...

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Edison's Coffee - Sheffield
Sheffield is often a city that is overlooked, I feel. It’s strong industrial (steel) heritage has shaped it and nurtured it in to the city it is today but if you’re not from(or live in/near) Sheffield would you choose to go out of your way to eat or drink h...

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Le Pain Quotidien - Victoria Gate Leeds
Le Pain Quotidien has restaurants all round the world and in England they have a few restaurants down south. I would deem them fairly well established but they didn’t come to my attention until they landed in Leeds, more specifically Victoria Gate. Le Pain ...
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