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.
Catrin Stewart discusses Yottam Ottolenghi’s influence on the rising numbers of people choosing plant based diets in the UK.
Read about the changes to food on The University of Manchester’s campus and whether more can be done to help students in their day to day lives
Get inspired to cook healthy meals for your whole student flat with Manchester based company, Veg Box People. #vegouttogether
Laura Swain goes to visit PLY for their 10 day Oktoberfest themed event, sampling the finest German beers and pizza they have to offer.
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, […]
As the city’s centre of arts, individualism, and student culture, Affleck’s Palace is the perfect place to host an event celebrating the essentials of student life
Catrin Stewart writes that eating seasonal produce can only do you good
To any sci-fi fans among you, yes, the name comes from Soylent Green, and no, the drinks are not made from human remains
Student favourite Fallow Cafe is being replaced by a Nordic inspired cafe and nightclub: Haus.
Contributor Elena Bradley reviews the biggest vegan hype in town: V-Rev’s Diner. Is it overpriced or worth the splurge?
Hear from two Manchester residents about the importance of food in their cultural identity.
Contributor Elena Meritxell Bradley gives us a breakdown of Manchester’s best naughty ‘cheap’ eats. Tried and tested, you won’t be disappointed
An all-new Veggie Pret is set to open its doors in Deansgate
Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2018 launch was held at Albert’s Schloss in Spinningfields – serving up a range of delicious taster menu treats.
The newest venues to wine and dine
Sources suggest that the fermentation/pickling process, buying hyper-local produce to minimise environmental impact, healthy fast food and snacks, and booze-free food and drink are all popular trends during 2018. The trends of fermentation/pickling and buying from the most localised sources indicate a fashionable step into Britain’s agricultural past. What can we, in 2018, learn from […]