Archive for October, 2013

Top 10 restaurants and beach shacks in St Kitts

October 3, 2013
Top 10 restaurants and beach shacks in St Kitts

From grilled lobster to Cajun grouper and steamed snapper there are great dishes to enjoy on St Kitts – and, if you head to one of these local restaurants, at great prices, too Sprat Net, Old Road Fish and lobster don’t come any fresher than at this local-to-the-bone establishment in Old Road, the first British […]

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Boulestin: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

October 3, 2013
Boulestin: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

Marcel Boulestin was one of the greats of London’s pre-war dining scene. He’d have loved his namesake restaurant 5 St James’s Street, London SW1 (020 7930 2030). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £130 Boulestin, being a big, sloppy wallow in culinary nostalgia, is bang on trend. If anyone had attempted to open this […]

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Top 10 budget restaurants, pubs and cafes in Edinburgh

October 3, 2013
Top 10 budget restaurants, pubs and cafes in Edinburgh

How much? That tends to be the reaction when looking at pub and restaurant menus in Edinburgh. But there are hidden gems where you can eat well on a budget. Updating his last report on the Scottish capital, Tony Naylor chooses a fresh 10 • Know a great place to eat on a budget in […]

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Top 10 restaurants in Philadelphia

October 3, 2013
Top 10 restaurants in Philadelphia

Philly’s rapidly-evolving restaurant scene holds plenty of adventurous new stuff to try as well as the old favourites. Here we serve up a mix of the two Geno’s No one was going to get out of this list alive without talking about cheesesteaks, that most Philadelphian of sandwich. Wars have been started over less than […]

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Leon de Bruxelles: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

October 3, 2013
Leon de Bruxelles: restaurant review | Jay Rayner

The Belgians know all about mussels and chips, but at the cavernous Léon de Bruxelles it’s being lost in translation 24 Cambridge Circus, London WC2 (020 7836 3500). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £75 A Friday night and I am sitting in what feels like a dying restaurant. It’s not in intensive care […]

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Where to eat the best Philly cheesesteak in Philadelphia

October 3, 2013
Where to eat the best Philly cheesesteak in Philadelphia

The Philly cheesesteak – soft bread filled with an indulgent mix of beef and gooey cheese – is a longstanding food favourite in Philadelphia. Here’s where to find the very best of them The cheesesteak – thin slices of beef cooked on a griddle and stuffed into a long, soft hoagie roll smeared with cheese […]

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US east coast food tour: Maine to Maryland

October 3, 2013
US east coast food tour: Maine to Maryland

From the seafood of the Maine coast, via Philadelphia’s homey treats to the crabs and hot peppers of Chesapeake Bay, the north-eastern US makes a great greedy person’s tour If you know where to look, the north-eastern US is dense with great food, in both raw materials and restaurants. On the coast of Maine, much […]

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Baltimore: blue crab and barbecue in a city that loves its food

October 3, 2013
Baltimore: blue crab and barbecue in a city that loves its food

Eating in Baltimore can mean a cheap and cheerful beef joint in a strip club parking lot or high-end dining in Harbor East. The Maryland city has culinary delights for all types of food fan Believe it or not, Baltimore is not a war zone. Television shows such as Homicide: Life on the Street, The Corner […]

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Top 10 restaurants and cafes in Boston

October 3, 2013
Top 10 restaurants and cafes in Boston

Seafood or comfort food, pizza or sushi, Boston’s restaurant scene offers all kinds of good eating. Here’s 10 of its best Summer Shack In New England, you’re never far from a lobster dinner. At Summer Shack, the emphasis is on fresh local seafood, served with few frills in a laidback, child-friendly atmosphere. Encased in a […]

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Maine: a coastal destination for dining on classic American food

October 3, 2013
Maine: a coastal destination for dining on classic American food

The rocky coast of Maine, with its beaches, fishing villages and thousands of islands, offers fantastic eating opportunities that stretch way beyond the traditional lobster roll A trip to Maine means walking in the woods and along the rocky coastline. Pack a sweater, because nights can be chilly, and you will want to sit outside, […]

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