Moose Coffee

Moose Coffee
Moose Coffee is one of my favourite brunch places in Manchester. It’s nestled prominently in the corner of Fountain Street and York Street, perfect for a quick brunch while out shopping in the city centre or for a hangover cure after a night out, which is what brought me to…
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Flipping Pancakes!!

I love Shrove Tuesday, its the perfect excuse to gorge on pancakes without feeling like a glutton! Matt invited a me and a few friends to his flat for pancakes and wine (of course) last week to celebrate Pancake Tuesday . This year we wanted to do something different – not…
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For One Night Only

Will and Tess were coming up from London to visit! Why was I so excited? I hadn’t seen either of them since the 1920’s themed new year party at their penthouse in Clapham. So Seb and I decided to make the most of it and had a few people over for drinks…
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Red’s True Barbecue

Saturday night was messy. Very messy. So when I woke up on Sunday, all I wanted was some good ol’ greasy comfort food to put me back on track. Perfect time to try out the newly opened Red’s True Barbecue – so we headed out for a late brunch to try everything…
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Steak & Lobster

I love lobster – it’s such a special dish. Absolutely divine when done right and terrible when done wrong. So with that in mind I decided to try Steak & Lobster at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel in Manchester. Bear in mind, this is a speciality restaurant that takes pride in…
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Round About Town

For the first time in a very long time, I had a weekend all to myself. No plans, no parties, nobody coming to visit or trips to London and I decided to make the most of it. Yes, it was cold and gloomy and it was pouring it down but…
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The Alchemist

This weekend, I met up a few friends for brunch and we decided to try The Alchemist on New York street. I love a good cocktail and rumour has it, that this is the place to go to for a cocktail that’s out of this world. I wasn’t going to…
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Almost Famous

If you live in Manchester, you already know of the institution that is Almost Famous. I call Almost Famous an institution because it intrigues me – I didn’t understand how an unadvertised small ‘room’ located up a staircase behind an unmarked door, made such amazing burgers. Almost Famous was the…
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Byron Burger

A good burger is a thing of beauty, a satisfying, messy manifestation of all things wonderful and there are only a few things culinary that can be relied on to do their job as effectively. I have been craving a good burger all week – a simple no fuss proper burger, and trust me…
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Australasia

There are only a few restaurants in Manchester that I look forward going back to and Australasia is definitely high up on that list. Accessed via a glass pyramid near the John Rylands library on Deansgate, this Asian themed restaurant accessed is one of my favourite eating joints around. My friends…
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