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Louise Rhind-Tutt

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Managing editor Louise is passionate about literature, the arts, food and drink, and can usually be found eating her way around Manchester and excitedly tweeting photographs.

New indie restaurant Tokyo Ramen has brought cool casual Japanese dining to the Northern...

You wait ages for a really good ramen restaurant to arrive in the Northern Quarter, and then two come along at once. And they're...

New mezze bar and grill Kai is bringing a taste of Turkey to Deansgate

New restaurant Kai is officially launching this week on Deansgate. The modern Turkish mezze bar and grill occupies the former Prezzo site, next to...

The Hip Hop Chip Shop has brought the best chippy tea in town to...

The Hip Hop Chip Shop blasted onto Manchester's street food scene five years ago, serving freshly battered fish and fat skin-on chips from their...

15 places to enjoy Veganuary 2019 in Manchester

If you're looking to cut out or cut down on meat and animal products as we head into 2019, whether for health or environmental...

El Gato Negro confirms third Manchester restaurant for 2019 – and it’s Middle Eastern

Owners of King Street Spanish restaurant El Gato Negro have confirmed plans to open a third city centre venue in 2019 - and it...

This is Going to Hurt is a hilarious, horrifying and heartbreaking insight into life...

Adam Kay's first book, This is Going to Hurt, was an instant Sunday Times number one bestseller. In fact, it was the bestselling non-fiction...

Chelsea’s Challenge: the new Manchester fitness challenge that’s all about community spirit

From Monday 14th January, BBC Radio Manchester presenter Chelsea Norris is going to be following the One You Couch to 5K app to help...

Million Pound Menu is back – and Manchester’s Corn Exchange has a starring role

Million Pound Menu returns to our TV screens this week. The new series, hosted by the world's most famous maitre d' Fred Sirieix, has...

Raising the steaks: Hawksmoor Manchester just gets better with age

You know the Hawksmoor drill: beef, wine, cocktails and proper puddings. All the best things in life, done simply, and done well. The Manchester branch...

Snowman sculptures by acclaimed artists go up for sale in online charity auction

Walking with The Snowman, the festive sculpture trail taking place around MediaCityUK, is soon coming to an end. But fans can take the magic...

How a Manchester business development programme is creating a new generation of food superstars

Recipe4Success is a Manchester business development initiative aimed at supporting small food and drink producers and local operators. The 2019 programme, which launches this month,...

The new Manchester restaurants and bars to look forward to in 2019

2018 was a tumultuous year for Manchester’s dining scene, with a bumper crop of high profile openings – The Ivy, Mana, Dishoom, restaurant MCR, 20...

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