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Cardiff and South Wales competition

WIN an overnight stay for two at Liverpool’s award-winning boutique Hope Street Hotel including a la carte dinner, breakfast and a bottle of wine at The London Carriage Works Restaurant

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Book a Local Hotel Room

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Matthew Mason

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.

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Yesterday I prepared three fish pies, 2 prawns and one without. All the fish was fresh and had not yet been frozen previously. All three fish pies contained hard boiled eggs. I cooked all three pies and froze them quickly after cooking. Now I am worried about whether this is ok? Can I cook (reheat) these from frozen or do I need to defrost first. Either way, please can you advise on timings and temperature? Is there any risk in the way that I have prepared this food? - Liz

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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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Côte Brasserie

Côte, located on Cardiff’s Mermaid Quay, is part of a growing group of French brasseries which in 2009 was voted the best-value restaurant in Britain by the Good Food Guide. Côte is backed by restaurant entrepreneur Richard Caring, who ow ...more

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Latest Restaurant Review:Chez Giovanni Restaurant, Newport

"We visited chez Giovanni on Valentine's night. The owners had done some tasteful decoration the music the atmosphere and best of all the food was wonderful. My wife chose the sirloin steak, and I had the Lamb shank, both of which were cooked to perfection, making a perfect start to the evening. We will certainly be going back again, and I would recommend this restaurant to anyone."
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celeriac

Each month we welcome Head Chef Jon Los from the four-Star The Bishopstrow to share with you his favourite seasonal ingredients to work with in his kitchen. Following on from the artichoke in last month’s recipe, this month Jon showcases one of his f ...see the full blog and reader comments

Le Relais Bernard Loiseau, Saulieu

Some meals are worth a special journey. In The Gastrotourist we profile select destination restaurants from across the UK and beyond.

Le Relais Bernard Loiseau, Saulieu

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Latest news for diners in the Cardiff and South Wales area.

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    The ever expanding Giggling Squid is set to open its 13 site in Guildford, Surrey later this year at the former Café Rouge site at 8/9 Chapel Street late last week. A major refurbishment is planned in order to accommodate 90 covers. The move comes ahead of Giggling Squids opening next month o...more

    • There’s a fly in my soup - Grub Kitchen

    Opening in South wales this summer, expect dishes such as cricket kofta kebabs, bug burritos, bug burgers and cricket crepes – using ground up crickets as flour served with bamboo and worm fudge ice cream. The restaurant is based on the principle of entomophagy – the consumption of insects by humans...more

    • Cakeage charges becoming increasingly common in restaurants.

    Cakeage charges (similar to corkage charges) are becoming increasingly common for people who wish to bring their own birthday cake when celebrating in restaurants especially in London, according to a survey by the Sunday Times. Restaurants around London are charging up to £9 per person for ar...more

    • Robinsons Visitor Centre Scoops Gold Accolade from VisitEngland

    Robinsons Visitors Centre has been named one of just eleven attractions across England to receive a ‘Gold’ accolade for outstanding quality as part of VisitEngland’s Visitors Attraction Quality Scheme. Just fifty seven attractions across the country received an award of which Robinsons Visitors Ce...more

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