Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Blackpool and Fylde.
May Featured Offers
Early Special Menu, £12.50 The Zen Restaurant, St. Annes-On-SeaChineseEarly Special Menu: 3 courses, £12.50 (available 5.30pm-7pm, Sunday to Thursday).
Afternoon Delight Zest, LythamItalianAfternoon Delight: Coffee and a cake, £4.95 (available weekdays 3pm-6pm)
Early Bird Menu Go Greek, BlackpoolGreekEarly Bird Menu: 2 courses, £9.95; 3 courses, £11.95 (available 12pm-2pm and 5pm-7pm, Monday to Thursday)
3 dishes, £10 Mojito Tapas Bar, LythamBarSpecial: Any 3 dishes for £10 (available every day from 12 noon until 5pm).
Super Saver Menu Portofino, LythamItalianSuper Saver Menu: Lunch - 2 courses £10.95, 3 courses for £12.95. Dinner - 2 courses £13.95, 3 courses for £15.95.
Sunday Lunch Best Western Glendower Hotel, St. Annes-On-SeaBritishSunday Lunch: 2 courses, £12.95; 3 courses, £14.95 (includes tea/coffee).
On sugarvine.com you can view profiles, special offers, photos, menus, wine lists and details of special events for many Blackpool and Fylde restaurants, bars and pubs. Watch this space. . .
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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.
I love homemade biscuits. I make them with buttermilk and I use White Lilly Self Rising Flour. I also use Crisco or Lard. I was told that the mixture should be rather wet, however the biscuits are always very soft and crumbly. They do taste good, but why are they so crumbly and what do I need to do to keep them from being so like this? I'd like to make a sandwich, but as such, this is not possible. Please help. - Peggie Turner
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.
Read What the Critics have to say.
It’s ironic that this former hunting lodge (built 1856) in Barnacre, near Garstang, can be both way off the beaten track and sandwiched between two of the country’s major transport arteries (the M6 and the main West Coast rail line). It’s also at Bri ...more
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.
Latest Restaurant Review:Mohshinas Indian Restaurant, Lytham
More information on Mohshinas Indian Restaurant"We go to moshinas most weeks and always have a very warm welcome from Abul and his staff. The food is excellent and we are always spoiled for choice as there are so many delicious dishes to choose from. We would highly recommend anyone who loves Indian food to try this restaurant as it is the best across the whole of the fylde coast."
This time of year is all about The World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards, so naturally all foodies are breathlessly anticipating the crowning of Rene Redzepi's Noma for the 4th year running - or not, given his bad luck with that food poisoning outbreak a ...see the full blog and reader comments
Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.
- Friday 3rd to Friday 31st May | Toast Cafe Bar and Grill Restaurant
May Live Music Events It's FREE ENTRY to the live music events. Friday 3rd: The Coustics 9.30pm. Saturday 4th: Louise Spiteri 9.30pm. Friday 10th: Bob On 9.30pm. Saturday 11th: Ashley Parkinson 9,30pm. Friday 17th: Deadbeats 9.30pm. Saturday 18th: Edelle Marie 9.30p ...more
- Friday 3rd to Friday 31st May | Olive Tree Brasserie
Friday LIve Music May 3rd: Daniel. 10th: Flip. 17th: Hooper. 24th: Tony Benedict. 31st: Simply Buble. ...more
- Friday 10th May to Monday 10th June | Jack's Bistro
Live Music Events May Caroline Lowe:The ultimate Amy Winehouse tribute act! Caroline is a stunning lookalike with the voice to match. We are running a special menu to join this jazz evening which we are sure will suit, 2 courses for £21.50 or 3 for £25.00. We ...more
- Monday 20th to Sunday 26th May
National Vegetarian Week From the 20th of May Perween Warsi CBE better know as Britain's 'Curry Queen' is encouraging us Brits to ditch the chicken korma, lamb jalfrezi and meat pakoras for a healthier option - vegetable curry. Across the Uk national vegetarian week will ce ...more
- Friday 24th May | Jack's Bistro
Live Music Events May The 24th sees the return of the increasingly popular Irish folk band Thistle! Whats that? Irish folk music not your thing? Give this band a try, they will tickle all of your taste buds for music and more! 5 Piece high energy Irish folk band offering ...more
Latest news for diners in the Blackpool and Fylde area.
- National Curry Week
7th - 3rd of October. Featuring curry capital of Britains finals. www.nationalcurryweek.co.uk.
- New Robinsons Ale
The 9th of May 2013 was certainly a day to remember in Robinsons staggering 175 year legacy as they expected a product launch like no other before … and they were not disappointed! With a reception attended by over 100 influential brewing trade representatives from both the UK and Internationally, T...more
- Vote for Toast St Annes
The Radio Wave Lifestyle & Culture Awards are now open for nominations! http://www.wave965.com/local/culture-and-lifestyle-awards-2013/
- Toast St Annes applied for 4am licence
A BAR and restaurant in St Annes, Lancashire, wants to extend its licence until 4 am. If successful in its bid for extra hours, Toast would be the first venue in Fylde to be allowed to operate so late. Currently, the premises are licensed to served alcohol to 3 am Thursday to Saturday, 2 am Mond...more
- New Italian restaurant for St Annes
Il Mascalzone is due to open soon at the old Mama’s Too site in Saint Annes, St Andrews Road South. This will be the third opening for the Il Mascalzone restaurant chain. With two other london venues in Putney and Edgeware. Serving Italian food made from mostly organic ingredients with all pizza an...more