“Don’t talk to me about sophistication, I’ve been to Leeds.” That famous line from a classic Harry Enfield sketch – involving an unsophisticated, boorish Yorkshireman – was referenced on more than one occasion during a recent trip to the county’s largest city to explore the Leeds food scene.
The debate about the future of formalised experiences and fine dining is akin to Brexit; three commentators, four opinions. Many critics have stated repeatedly that several high-profile closures – including Claude Bosi’s Hibiscus in 2016 – combined with a general consensus that consumers prefer ‘casual dining’ is evidence enough that
These superfoods promise to improve both your mealtimes and your health in one fell swoop. Kale It may have become ubiquitous in trendy London restaurants, but not everyone has gotten on-board the kale bandwagon. Time for that to change though, because kale is a great source of calcium, iron and
While Tomatin Distillery has been producing and blending malt Scotch whisky since 1897, the distillery has undergone its most significant changes in the last half-century. At its peak in the 1970s, Tomatin was the largest distillery in the world, operating 23 stills and producing 12 million litres of alcohol every