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Manchester Coffee Festival back at Victoria Warehouse

Manchester Coffee Festival back at Victoria Warehouse

CAFFEINE heads, it’s your weekend to be full of beans. Cup North’s Manchester Coffee Festival is expected to pack out the Victoria Warehouse (Nov 3-4). Now in its fourth year, it looks bigger and better ...

21 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Five dishes to make you swoon for Dishoom, coming soon

Five dishes to make you swoon for Dishoom, coming soon

SO Dishoom are about to name their opening date for their Manchester branch – and the dish they have created for their debut. Work is well on track to convert a gorgeous space in Manchester ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

How One Mile Bakery Hale is delivering an eco lesson (and proper artisan bread)

How One Mile Bakery Hale is delivering an eco lesson (and proper artisan bread)

ONE Mile Bakery Hale does why it says on the bread tin. This recently-launched micro-bakery – based in a domestic kitchen in a busy family home – delivers handmade bread, soups and preserves by bike ...

20 October 2018

Time for hair of the dog? Try Yappy hour at the Anthologist

Time for hair of the dog? Try Yappy hour at the Anthologist

OK, so the Howl’oween at Hatch on October 31 is a one-off (we hope it’s a howling success), but it is symptomatic of how dog-friendly Manchester’s modern food and drink scene is. Take new St ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

First look at the Peter Street Kitchen in the Radisson Blu Edwardian

First look at the Peter Street Kitchen in the Radisson Blu Edwardian

STARTING with the positives, what a superb job the Radisson has done, transforming its main restaurant space to accommodate their new Peter Street Kitchen concept. Ah, but that final word, inexorably linked with ‘rolling out’ ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Mexican Day of the Dead? Let Wahaca’s Thomasina cook your last supper!

Mexican Day of the Dead? Let Wahaca’s Thomasina cook your last supper!

AT this ghoulish time of the year it doesn’t have to be Halloween. The Mexican Day of the Dead has its own spicy identity and Caramaba! Wahaca in the Corn Exchange is always quick to ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Why Halloween’s going to the dogs – some of this year’s tastiest tricks and treats

Why Halloween’s going to the dogs – some of this year’s tastiest tricks and treats

SINCE Taste of Manchester’s focus is on food and drink we won’t be charting the plethora of Halloween kooky events – film screenings, zombie gatherings and the like. Just a few appropriate ‘gut reactions’! Not ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Welcome to Urban Narnia – winter wonderland sheltering under the Mancunian Way

Welcome to Urban Narnia – winter wonderland sheltering under the Mancunian Way

SEEKING an alternative tom the same-again city centre Christmas Markets? We’ve hatched a plan for you. Or rather Hatch have. The Food, drink and retail oasis down Oxford Road under the Mancunian Way has conjured ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Yakumama duo chase a permanent home – with a pop-up vegan agenda

Yakumama duo chase a permanent home – with a pop-up vegan agenda

IT has always been the best street food trader name around – Yakumama. It references a monstrous, man-eating snake mother that lurks in the Peruvian Amazon. No role model for the vegans then. Yet here ...

20 October 2018 by Neil Sowerby

Tasting notes from Jame Dowler of Evuna

Tasting notes from Jame Dowler of Evuna

My favourite place to eat out in Manchester is… San Carlos, King Street of course its a classic, I just love it! The service, and food is consistently good over many many years and the ...

20 October 2018

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