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Menuwatch: Eckington Manor

Menuwatch: Eckington Manor

With a former MasterChef winner at the helm and a menu of hyper-local ingredients, this hotel is serving up a taste of the Cotswolds countryside. Lisa Jenkins pays a visit Read more
Menuwatch: Route

Menuwatch: Route

With wine at its centre of its offering, John and Kimberley Calton’s second Newcastle restaurant is serving up exciting and sophisticated small plates, says Lisa Jenkins Read more
Menuwatch: Parkers Arms

Menuwatch: Parkers Arms

Stosie Madi and Kathy Smith have transformed a failing pub into a gastronomic destination that combines Middle Eastern and modern British influences. Amanda Afiya reports Read more
Menuwatch: Coast Saundersfoot

Menuwatch: Coast Saundersfoot

Tom Hine has taken over the reins at Coast Saundersfoot and introduced a fish-focused menu to reflect the restaurant’s seafront location. Katherine Price checks it out Read more
Menuwatch: Clenaghans

Menuwatch: Clenaghans

Danni Barry has eschewed the bright lights of Belfast for the rural setting of Craigavon, County Armagh. Andy Lynes reports Read more
Menuwatch: the Royal Oak

Menuwatch: the Royal Oak

Richard Craven’s culinary influences can be traced from South Africa to Italy, but he’s most comfortable in a cosy pub in the peaceful village of Whatcote. Lisa Jenkins reports Read more
Menuwatch: Opheem

Menuwatch: Opheem

Opheem is a new Birmingham restaurant that reflects the heritage and upbringing of chef Aktar Islam, says Neil Gerrard Read more
Menuwatch: Inko Nito

Menuwatch: Inko Nito

The latest restaurant from Rainer Becker steers away from the traditional with no sacrifice to quality. James Stagg reports Read more
Menuwatch: Flitch of Bacon

Menuwatch: Flitch of Bacon

Tim Allen has stepped into Daniel Clifford’s shoes at this Essex inn to produce a menu that, he says, puts flavour first and foremost. Katherine Alano paid him a visit Read more
Menuwatch: Hide – Above

Menuwatch: Hide – Above

Ollie Dabbous has successfully and elegantly avoided ‘difficult second album’ syndrome with the most anticipated opening of the year. Janie Manzoori-Stamford reports Read more
Menuwatch: The Idle Rocks

Menuwatch: The Idle Rocks

Having spent most of his childhood in Cornwall, Guy Owen couldn’t be more at home at the Idle Rocks in St Mawes. Amanda Afiya went to see him Read more
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