Popular Vietnamese coffee shop, bar and kitchen Nǎm Sông launched in Leeds. The much-loved independent, founded in Sheffield and now in New Briggate, Leeds, opened on May 27th. The brainchild of husband and wife, Jim and Melissa Rose, Nǎm Sông offers all-day-all-night dining in a laid-back and colourful environment. It offers amazing Vietnamese food,
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Let us introduce you to some of the most exciting places to drink and dine… life’s too short for boring! From Michelin Star to local pubs and restaurants.
After undergoing a £16million transformation for the past 9 months and poised to boost the city’s post-lockdown economy and hospitality sector, The Queens Hotel Leeds opened its doors to guests on Monday 14th June. Celebrating over 80 years in the city, the modernised hotel will not only pay homage to
Hot on the heels of their flagship venue in central Leeds, The BOX Chapel Allerton arrived a little more quietly than its predecessor just in time for the post-lockdown madness a few weeks back. Occupying the venue formerly known as The Pit, the uber sports bar brand has been welcomed
Channelling the free-loving vibes of the 60’s alongside the modern-day love of gin, Sherbet Gin Liqueur has launched three fruity flavours just in time for summer. All laced with tongue-tingling sherbet, each one comes in a funky retro bottle and are designed to be enjoyed on the rocks or mixed
With summer finally in full flow, we couldn’t think of a better time to discover a new rum. Lucky for us then, that a bottle of John Paul Jones Lowland Rum (or JPJ) landed just in time for the much-needed bank holiday heatwave and subsequent barbecue. Finally some good news.
First licensed back in 1715, it’s safe to say that Leeds’ oldest pub has witnessed its fair share of historic events, including two world wars and countless ruling monarchs. Unbelievably, it wasn’t until a certain global pandemic hit that Whitelocks had to shut its doors for its longest period to
All about provenance: The Punch Bowl and The Oak Tree Inn return with stunning menus rich in locally sourced produce Two sister pubs under the Provenance Inns and Hotels umbrella make a welcome return with stunning food menus, rich in locally sourced and sustainable produce A special dish using local
Your Fork is hugely pro eating out. In fact, we started Your Fork to give hospitality a platform to earn whilst everything was closed (if you have not looked, check out Your Live Classes – different to our recipe kit, but very cool!) For those of you who are wondering
Dan McGeorge, head chef at Ambleside’s Rothay Manor, is set to appear on the 2021 season of Great British Menu. He features as one of four chefs representing the North West of England in the regional heats, which started on 05th May and will see the chefs competing for a