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Book a Local Hotel Room

If you're planning a special meal out, why not make a night of it? We can offer the best hotel deals, with discounts of up to 70%....more

Order a Takeaway

It's simple and free to place your Takeaway order online. Just click on the link to browse places to eat in Yorkshire where you can order online....more

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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Skyline Thai Restaurant

Skyline Thai Restaurant in Pontefract offers an authentic taste of Thailand in a contemporary setting. Fresh, modern and clean, the decor and mood lighting afford a professional yet relaxed atmosphere that suits both intimate dinner for two or family ...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:Dropping Well, Rotherham

"I had some vouchers bought for my 80th birthday. Four of us had a fabulous meal one evening. We will definitely be going again. Food and service were excellent."
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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.

    • Saturday 7th March to Saturday 3rd October  |  Hansa's

    Hansas Cookery Classes 2015 Price - Only £60 per lesson or £50 if you book 4 or more lessons. click here to see full list of classes ...more

    • Friday 3rd July to Sunday 13th December

    Foodies Festival Click here to see full list of dates and venues. Each year the ever-growing festival sees tens-of-thousands of visitors flock from the surrounding areas to feast on a vast array of culinary activities, making Foodies Festival the social event of t ...more

    • Friday 14th to Sunday 16th August

    Bakewell Baking Festival The worlds first and the UK's premier baking festival is back at the 'Spiritual Home of Baking' in our new and bigger festival venue with on site camping and parking at the Bakewell Showground.

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Washbourne Court, Lower Slaughter

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

Washbourne Court, Lower Slaughter

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Latest news for diners in the Yorkshire area.

    • Mogul Room now open

    Mogul Room, Sheffield has opened

    • Turtle Bay opening in Leeds

    Jamaican-inspired restaurant Turtle Bay is opening a venue in Leeds city centre taking over the former O’Neill on Albion Street. With sites already established in Manchester, Nottingham and London Turtle bay is becoming a popular destination for Caribbean cuisine and exotic cocktails. The one-pot g...more

    • Gin Gin now open

    Gin Gin, Hull has opened

    • New Northern Quarter pub to open at former Christian Centre in Leeds’s

    Plans are underway to transform the old Divine Exchange Christian Centre into a pub, arts and dining space. Taking its name from local streets, it will be called The Brunswick, and will open in the middle of September, creating around 15 jobs. The Brunswick’s ground floor will be a bar area while t...more

    • An historic factory will be transformed into a restaurant, micro-brewery bar and cinema.

    The Grade II-listed old pin factory building, owned by Leeds City Council Councilor Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council’s executive member for regeneration, transport and planning, said: “The proposals will add further vitality to the successful independent food and drink sector in the South Bank.” ...more

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