Food at Field Day: Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Anna Mae’s, Little Baobab and The Cheese Truck

Ah, British weather. It just loves to keep us on our toes. Some days, I'll leave for work wearing sunglasses and no coat, only to return home using my broken umbrella as a shield to battle my way through a three minute hail storm (whilst seriously regretting my lack of coat). Most mornings, I don't …

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Levan, Peckham: ‘I’m still thinking about those Comté fries’.

I've wanted to go to Levan for a while. Since November 2018 to be exact, after I read food critic, Jimi Famurewa's, restaurant review in ES Magazine. Amongst many other reasons to go, the absolute clincher was the sound of the famous Comté fries. My eagerness reached new levels as soon as I was back …

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Lupe’s Cantina Mexicana, Leeds: ‘A true hidden gem’.

Lupe's Cantina Mexicana is the ultimate destination restaurant, in my opinion. Situated on Cardigan Road, with cars racing past and a Milfords next door, the tiny, bright yellow family-run restaurant is a true hidden gem. It serves the most incredible Mexican food in Leeds (traditional family recipes from the Head Chef who was born and …

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Soul Shack, Leeds: ‘This is exciting street food’.

It was late on a Saturday night. My clothes smelt like barbecue smoke, again. My hair reeked of it. Straight into the shower, clothes straight into the wash. Again. The reason? I'd eaten food from Soul Shack. Two weeks in a row that time - but it didn't matter that my favourite jumper smelt like Jerk …

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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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