El Camino is new, in a good location, relatively cheap, and not without its faults
Ruby Bannerman and Felix Hanif-Banks review this year’s Margarita Rumble, fuelled by tequila – what could go wrong?
Izzy sharp reviews ‘Brewski’, a North American ‘comfort food’ restaurant at the back of St. Peter’s square that certainly lives up to its moniker.
Four students discover whose cooking would triumph, in their own express Come Dine With Me evening, because they couldn’t think of anything more original.
After witnessing a meat fuelled craze of ecstasy (over text), Catrin Stewart asks: what makes the perfect burger? And why do we love them so much?
Elena Bradley spills the ‘hospitali-tea’ on working as a young woman in the restaurant industry. Can you be both pretty and successful in hospitality?
Catrin Stewart looks at the privilege associated with comfort eating and how the consumption of food is fundamentally about more.
Chloe Hatton and Liv Clarke took on some of Manchester’s best (and worst) burrito establishments to bring you the ultimate burrito guide
Dishoom does brilliant breakfasts – go on, treat yourself
Not just Pot Noodles on the line, you can win cash too
Izzy Sharp reviews My Thai restaurant and takeaway: ‘probably the closest you can get to the comfort of a family meal while living away from home.’
Indy Burgess and Becca Miller review Lotus: an entirely vegetarian Chinese restaurant and takeaway. Will it satisfy both vegetarians and meat eaters?
Evuna NQ scores high on sangria but low on food. Izzy Sharp suggests you take your hunt for the best tapas in town elsewhere.
When Sainsbury’s leaves us penniless, Lidl is always there to catch the fall. Lucia Cannizzaro writes of her love for the budget supermarket.
Read a week in the life of a Manchester student – but with the added benefit of snacks from Studifuel, a student tailored subscription snack box.
‘Food is a way to nurture and nourish, to bond with someone’. Kate Fawcett shares her thoughts on food, love and relationships.