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Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.Ask Matthew Mason your question.
Yes, they might be London-centric and some of them don’t even have all that much to say about the food -- but there’s no denying that the restaurant critics do make for interesting reading. So for your vicarious dining pleasure we’ve brought together restaurant reviewers from the quality national papers.
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Located in the seafront Chatsworth Hotel in Hastings, Jali is a fine dining Indian restaurant that boasts an AA rosette for its cooking. The menu, although Indian, is a far cry from your typical curry house fare with dishes such as Meen Moilee (fish ...more
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Latest Restaurant Review:Taylors Fish Bar, East Grinstead
More information on Taylors Fish Bar"It was the hottest day of the year so far and I'd forgotten to take my lunch to work. Its my last £2.00 so I think, its Friday, I'll treat myself to some chips. As I'm ordering, the oriental lady looks at me and says "Swarfega", "pardon" I say. "Swarfega" she says again. After a long silence I realise that she is asking me if I would like 'Salt and Vinegar' on my chips. "oh" I say, "yes please". As I look down counting my money, she places the paper wrapper on the counter. "Did you put salt and vinegar on them" I ask She looks at me then gives a gentle nod as if to say 'I can't remember'. I walk to the park and sit down with anticipation for my Friday treat. As I unwrap my lunch, I am greeted with what can only be described as 'a graveyard of wet beige slugs', no salt, no vinegar. I cautiously prod the first slug with my wooden chip fork, and the wetness breaks it in half. I gently pop it into my mouth, half grimacing as I do. It slides down effortlessly from all the oil, like a lubed up oyster. Determined, I plough on even though i feel my face turning green. A few minutes later, my work colleague turns up with a sandwich. "Try one of these" I say. He looks at it worryingly, puts it in his mouth and looks at me, "Hmm, different" he says. I swear that if he closed his eyes before trying it, his reaction would have been "What is it"? As I get to around the last 20 or so chips, an amazing thing happens. I'm suddenly whisked away to to late 1970's early 1980's as the vague aroma of 'Windolene' spreads through my nostrils. I look around to see where it is before coming to the conclusion that it is in fact, my £1.70 lunch. This, is where i decided to call it a day and admitted defeat against the defiant army of beige slugs. it's times like this that you wish you could try before you buy. This was on Friday 12th June 2015. It's now Monday 15th June and I am still suffering from a recently diagnosed medical condition known as 'Slug Bowel' These are almost worth trying for the experience. Weird, different, I'd almost even use the word 'awesome'.........but for all the wrong reasons! Taylors is the 'Argos' of chip shops, where you are not allowed to see the goods until you get home, put it down before opening the packaging in excitement and then thinking.................'well it's not what I was expecting'"
On the cusp of their seventh restaurant opening and Liverpool debut, we managed to squeeze in a quick-fire Q&A with Paul Newman and David Mooney (aka @GobbyChef) from the award-winning New Moon Co. The Old Blind School is a Grade 2-listed buildin ...see the full blog and reader comments
Latest news for diners in the Brighton and Sussex area.
- National Restaurant Awards 2015
Restaurant Magazines National Restaurant Awards 2015 Barrafina in Adelaide Street - a tiny tapas bar in London opened last year was awarded the best restaurant of the year in the National Restaurant Awards. The venue is the second Barrafina venue in the capital, with a third expected to open later ...more
- Topogigio now open
Topogigio, Brighton and Hove has opened
- Eight more sites in the pipeline for Giggling Squid
Within four weeks of opening in Bristol, Giggling Squid, the high growth family of Thai restaurants, has completed on a new site in Bath. The latest acquisition takes the group’s portfolio to 13 sites. The company which introduced the “Thai Tapas” dining concept to the UK in 2009, Giggling Squid,...more
- Confessions of a restaurateur
The UKs dining scene has undergone a transformation over the last decade. Diners have become a sophisticated lot, expectations are high, dry ice and seasonal foraged wildflowers have somehow become mainstream and many expect to be wowed and entertained all for under a tenner! As the popularity of ...more
- Kokoro now open
Kokoro, Horsham has opened