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Review: Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant, Westhoughton

Fifteen miles north west of Manchester is the former mining and cotton town of Westhoughton. It's also known to locals as Keawyed (Cow Head)...

Review: The Laundrette Manchester on First Street is not for delicates

First Street has slowly created a reputation as one of the most happening places Manchester, particularly if you’re a fan of good food, craft beer...

REVIEW: Browns Brasserie & Bar launch (too many) new menus

When I first came to Manchester in the 90s, the gay scene was thriving whichever way you swung. Three of my fondest memories crazily...

Review: Squid Ink – good food, cooked well

In a month that's seen Ancoats named the UK's hippest district, it's only right that my first I Love Manchester review of the year...

Review: Grill on the Alley still hits the spot after over...

Grill on the Alley has been one of the places to go to for great steaks since it opened more than ten years ago. A place...

Review: Winter a la carte menu at Gusto Restaurant

With fifteen branches of Gusto across the UK, and three more due to open in 2017, the brand is  one of Living Ventures most...

She Says, He Says Review: A Taste of Honey at Hotel...

Have you ever read a restaurant review and disagreed with it? Or been to a restaurant and had a completely different experience from your...

REVIEW: The Refuge by Volta promised a lot-but does it deliver?

Over the past three months we have been to previews, press lunches, evening launches and the hotel rebranding party of the year, that Sunday...

She Says, He Says Review: Lunchtime dining at Manchester House

Have you ever read a restaurant review and disagreed with it? Or been to a restaurant and had a completely different experience from your...

Review: Dogs n Dough – every dog has its day

The Manchester restaurant scene has seen a number of casualties recently, particularly in areas affected by the Metrolink works. Let's face it, it has...

She Says, He Says Review: Marco’s New York Italian, MediaCity shows...

Everybody has an opinion. They used to say ‘opinions are ten a penny.’ Now they’re two a penny. That’s inflation for you. Have you ever...

She Says, He Says Review: lunch at Grafene, a brand new...

Everybody has an opinion. They used to say 'opinions are ten a penny.' Now they're two a penny. That's inflation for you. And sometimes...