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Two new Sunday roasts are raising the bar when it comes...

Manchester isn't short of places to get a decent Sunday roast. But the recent launch of two new city centre menus has really raised...

8 ways to celebrate Burns Night in Manchester from pipers and...

Raise a glass in honour of the great Scottish bard Robert Burns this week. Although the official Burns Night celebration is 25th January, the...

Is Manchester’s restaurant scene in trouble – or do new openings...

It's a difficult time for Manchester restaurants and bars, with several high-profile closures over recent weeks. The closure of Manchester House and Artisan was...

23 traders in 11 days: street food from around the world...

The Manchester Food and Drink Festival is almost upon us. That means almost two weeks of foodie events, collaborations, talks and demos to look...

From cheeseburger toasties to cornflake chicken: Manchester’s best sandwiches

Everyone loves a sandwich. Over 3.5 billion of them are purchased from UK retail or catering outlets each year, and we pay over £7,850m for...

What makes a smash hit restaurant? New BBC show came to...

Last year, we spent more than £33 billion on eating out in the UK. There are now more restaurants and cuisines on the high...

Could paying in advance become standard practice in Manchester restaurants?

Restaurants across the UK are understandably angry about diners not honouring bookings, and claim no-shows are having a devastating effect on their business. One solution...

A wee whisky and wine: five places to celebrate Burns Night...

25th January is Burns Night when Scots traditionally raise a glass of something a little stronger than Irn Bru to toast their national poet and...

Future food: Manchester food trends chefs predict we’ll see in 2018

Manchester has continued to see a boom in new restaurant openings over the past year, from the casual end of the market (late 2016...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Yvonne Katcher, photographer

If you've been to Beastro recently, you may have seen some rather striking framed photographs on the wall. They're the work of Yvonne Katcher. She's...

Manchester traders make the journey from pop-up to bricks and mortar

"For many street chefs the ultimate goal is their own bricks and mortar place - but not everyone wants that,” says Jason Bailey, director...

The BEASTro boys – the busiest foodies in Manchester

The Kitchens have seemed rather quiet since the competition wound down.  Carl's, the only trader, has left, with Pret and the likes open for...

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