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Cheshire competition

Win an overnight stay, breakfast and dinner for two at the historic Grade II-listed village inn, The Assheton Arms, set in the beautiful Lancashire village of Downham across the valley from the enchanting Pendle Hill.


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Order a Takeaway

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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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I have noticed a lot of chefs cooking their meat on greaseproof paper in the pan. Why? - Andrew

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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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Bells Of Peover

An historic Grade-I listed pub situated in the idyllic village of Lower Peover, close to Knutsford, The Bells of Peover sits adjacent to St Oswald Church on the cobbles and both date back to the 14th century. The pub is famous as during WWII American ...more

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Enjoyed your last meal out? If so, write a restaurant review on Sugarvine and we’ll give you a £20 discount on your first case of wine purchased from Virgin Wines.

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Latest Restaurant Review:The Thatch, Nantwich

"Just goes to show how wrong some reviews can be. Recent visit left a lot to be desired about the food here. All meals in our party were to say the least, below average, and very small portions, and considering the slimeed down menu and over pricing it makes it even worse. Real shame, as this was always an excellent restaurant and one we visited and recommended regularly. NOT ANY MORE!!! We believe it has recently changed hands and would appear not for the better, pity, 3 out of 10 only. "
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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

Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.

    • Wednesday 6th May to Saturday 26th September  |  Mockingbird Taproom

    Chester Racecourse Fixtures 2015 Boodles May Festival Chester Cup Day - Wednesday 6th May. Boodles Ladies Day - Thursday 7th May. Boodles City Day - Friday 8th May. Matthew Clark Day - Saturday 30th May. Roman Day - Saturday 13th June. Grosvenor Ladies Evening - Friday 26th Jun ...more

    • Thursday 9th July  |  Old Sessions House

    Comedy Night Live stand-up comedy, 3 of the very best comedians. Ste Porter, Steve Harris and Greg Cook. Tickets just £7, available from the bar. ...more

    • Tuesday 14th July  |  The Coast in Tarporley

    Golf Day Portal Championship Golf Course, Tarporley. Hosted by the resident professional James Westwood. Breakfast 10.15 - 10.30am @ The Coast. 1st tee time -12pm. Last tee time -1.12pm. Pre dinner drink - 6.30pm. Exclusive dinner served with wine @ The ...more

    • Friday 17th July  |  VAO Waterside

    Ladies Night in aid of Christie Gather the girls and come eat, drink and enjoy whilst supporting a fantastic cause. Tickets cost £30 each with £15 of each ticket purchased going straight to the Christie. Ticket includes prosecco and strawberries upon arrival, a two cour ...more

    • Friday 17th to Sunday 19th July

    Tatton Park Foodies Festival The country's biggest celebration of food and drink returns to Tatton Park this summer with a feast of culinary activities the whole family will enjoy. Watch Michelin-star, celebrity and top local chefs cooking their favourite summer recipes in the ...more

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The Elephant, Torquay

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The Elephant, Torquay

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Latest news for diners in the Cheshire 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

    • Wickstead Arms in Nantwich now open

    The Wickstead Arms was closed for six months and faced an uncertain future until Harvey Nurse stepped in. The pub has undergone a £200,000 refurbishment. The Wickstead is open from midday every day.

    • Flat Cap Hotels to launch in Northern England

    Flat Cap hotels plans to be a series of four star destination locations. Debuting in South Cheshire and North Shropshire the brand is hoping to expand into Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. The Vicarage Freehouse and Rooms is located outside the village of Holmes Chapel in Cheshire is the first o...more


    Last Sunday marked the start of the country’s biggest bowls competition, taking place at Robinsons Navigation and Railway pubs in Woodley. Last year, the 5 week tournament saw hundreds flock throughout June and July to see 128 bowlers from around the country compete to take home a total combined pri...more


    Robinsons Brewery have announced the reopening of the much loved Hazel Grove pub The Cock Hotel under the new name of the Flying Coach. The Flying Coach - a ‘beer shrine’ that will offer an extensive range of international craft beers and a rotating range of Robinsons’ award-winning cask ales and g...more

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