The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Felix Sanders

Illustration: Freddie Hill

Shoryu

Our resident ramen expert has only one word to describe his Shoryu experience: “BEWAARRREEE”

Photo: Flickr @ Sophie Barr

Chicken shop supremacy

‘It is a sad reality, but what is one notch worse than the treatment of restaurant waiters and waitresses, is the treatment of people who work at fast-food outlets’

Photo: Felix Sanders & Freddie Hill

The Japan Review

Extracts from a Japanese Food Journal: ‘We were shown to our table by this old lady with a club foot, she would go on to feature outstandingly in the meal’

Photo: Mike Licht @Flickr

Six sharp pieces of advice

Listen to Sarah, she is a professional.

Photo: Squid Ink

Squid Ink

A conversation with Anthony Barnes

Artwork: Miranda Gamble

Yuzu

I died. Right then and there in the Eastleigh branch of a Frankie and Bennies, I died.

Photo: Seoul Kimchi

Seoul Kimchi

Seoul Kimchi is a charming and family-oriented neighbourhood restaurant, writes Felix Sanders

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The Manchester Vegan Beer Fest

He started home brews at 16

Photo: Freddie Hill

The Japan Review

”It was yakitori, a long open flame grill, the soaring fire reflected in the beads of sweat that adorned the grillmans forehead like a crown. Fred said he looked like Charles Bronson”

English chef Fergus Henderson.

The Wooden Spoon of European Cuisine: Britain

‘The onlooking cameras salivate, food bloggers moan. Drip, drip, drip goes the butter.’

Photo: Megan Duncan

I Am Sam’s Smiling Face

‘if god had intended us to eat carrots in tiny cubes, he would have made them grow that way.’ No frills but all flavour at Chinatown’s Siam Smiles

Photo: Albert's Schloss

Albert’s Schloss

We visited Albert’s Schloss, whose owners ‘set about transforming a beautiful Grade-II listed building into a beautiful beer hall and cook haus’