Siam Smiles’ capacity is low for now, and Alice Stephenson wishes always to find a free table for herself in this hidden gem of a Thai restaurant.
Kate Fawcett reviews the recently re-branded ‘The Bar’, which has managed to retain the essence of The Font, with its famous cheap cocktails and freshly made food
Lucia Cannizzaro expected authentic Italian street food from new vendor WOLF- but was left disappointed.
A prohibition-era style speakeasy has opened in Chorlton, and we’re here for it
PLY’s new winter cocktail menu features an array of festive themed drinks: from the Roast Peach Old Fashioned to the hot chocolate wine, there’s something for everyone this Christmas.
Elena Bradley reviews Spinningfield’s Lebanese food haunt, Comptoir Libanais. From hommos to pink pickles, Is it hype-worthy?
Helena Young provides a brief history of Manchester’s famous Curry Mile, and looks forward to its ever expanding, versatile future
Explore Milk and Honey, a volunteer led cosy café just next to the University, with plenty of events and projects happening over the next few months.
Laura Swain goes to visit PLY for their 10 day Oktoberfest themed event, sampling the finest German beers and pizza they have to offer.
Burnt through your student loan in just a couple of weeks? Save money and treat your taste buds with a packed lunch, not a meal deal
Elena Bradley reviews the most hyped celebrity cookbook of the last 5 years: Chrissy Teigen’s ‘Cravings’… Is it worth the splurge?
The humble potato: an often overlooked vegetable, we consume it so regularly that we forget about its charm.
Elena Bradley reviews Russell Norman’s ‘Polpo’, the Venetian cookbook born out of the successful London restaurant chain. Is it worth £25?
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Try out this recipe for roasted tomato and garlic soup to warm you up over the cold winter months and fight off any pesky colds
It’s no myth that Manchester is teeming with independent coffeehouses, and with so many to choose from, I’ve selected 3 of my favourites. My first stop on this ‘café crawl’ was Chapter One Books in the Northern Quarter. An independent coffeehouse and bookstore, it offers a quirky medley of all things abstract. Part of the […]
Contributor Elena Bradley reviews the biggest vegan hype in town: V-Rev’s Diner. Is it overpriced or worth the splurge?
A corner of vibrant colour in the otherwise chromatically restrained Corn Exchange, Cabana was certainly eye-catching — with multi-coloured chairs, walls outfitted like favela walls plastered in adverts, and seats made of repurposed denim. Accordingly, my first glance at the drinks menu was a pleasant surprise. Given the array of colourful cocktails and other unusual beverages, […]