Here’s an interesting quote by Leonard Woolf, Virginia’s husband. ‘It is surprising how much one can produce in a year, whether of buns or books or pots or pictures,’ it goes. ‘If one works professionally for three and a half hours everyday.’
This month, Manna celebrates its 50th birthday. The country’s oldest – or so they say – vegan restaurant is a pillar to West London’s meat-free constituency. And certainly, its longevity suggests it’s still doing something right.
Since the ’70s, the curry house has been a staple not just of British food, but British culture as a whole. They were once a revelation – proponents of an exciting, colourful, and different way of eating out. They single-handedly jazzed up the British palate threefold, and inspired people to recreate these new, exotic flavours […]
(L-R): Liam Edwards, President of the RAI, Adrian Valeriano of OpenTable, sponsor of Best Digital Marketing – Ireland, and Adrian Cummins, CEO of the RAI, accepting the award on behalf of Two Boys Brew. The All-Ireland Irish Restaurant Awards took place in the The Clayton Hotel Burlington Road, Dublin recently and named the top restaurants in Ireland […]
‘The industry is on its knees, really.’ If you’re more used to his infectious smile and genial persona, as often broadcast on the BAFTA award-winning Channel 4 show First Dates, the ominousness in Fred Sirieix’s words is even more perturbing.