Ox Club, Leeds: ‘I was back and we were going all out’.

You never forget your first Ox Club. It was back in 2015 when Headrow House (sister venue to Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen and more recently, Water Lane Boathouse) had just opened. Within its exposed brickwork walls, was a beer hall, cocktail bar, events space, two rooftops and a soon to open restaurant; Ox Club. To …

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The Reliance, Leeds: ‘If there’s no photo, did it even happen?’

Do you take photos of your food at restaurants? I do. It’s so embarrassing, isn’t it? Frankly, it’s no wonder that Michel Roux recently declared his decision to ban diners from taking photos of their food at his three Michelin starred restaurant, The Waterside Inn in Berkshire. When I visit a restaurant where the food …

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Friends of Ham, Leeds: ‘I do love a good brie’.

It is completely acceptable to tuck into a spot of cheese and crackers with a glass of something, by yourself. In fact, there have been many times when I've resorted to this if I've wanted a quick dinner but not been particularly hungry. Even at University, I always seemed to have a giant chunk of Cathedral …

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Eating your way around St Ives, Cornwall

In the quaint, seaside town of St Ives you’ll find an abundance of local Cornish produce and delicacies. Having visited there this summer, here are my recommendations on what you must try. Cornish Pasties There’s nothing more British that eating a Cornish pasty whilst sitting on the beach in the pouring rain - wearing a …

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