Archive for May, 2014

Three days in Queenscliff, Victoria travel guide

May 3, 2014

Where to stay, eat and visit on a trip to the Bellarine peninsula. Take a long weekend and head for the Victorian coast for great cycling and a relaxed short break When it comes to packing for a long weekend on the Bellarine, the most important thing to remember might not fit easily in the […]

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Restaurant review: Loch Fyne Restaurant and Oyster Bar

May 3, 2014

It could have been a perfect lunch at the end of a long morning, but Jay didn’t find love in Loch Fyne’s unique restaurant Clachan, Cairndow, Argyll (01499 600 264). Meal for two, including drinks and service: £80-120 Nungwi Village If there’s one thing guaranteed to encourage an appetite it’s wrestling with a live 6kg […]

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Take it on tour: Heston Blumenthal’s recipe for keeping restaurant on its toes

May 3, 2014

Top European chefs are heading to far-flung places for René Redzepi of Noma it’s to Japan for personal development. Here, Blumenthal talks about moving the Fat Duck to Melbourne The entire staff of Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant The Fat Duck, once voted number one in the world, were summoned last Sunday evening to a mock-Tudor building […]

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The Five Alls, Filkins, the Cotswolds: hotel review

May 3, 2014

A pub with rooms that is still a proper boozer but also serves great food is excellent news. It would be even better news if it paid as much attention to the comfort of overnight guests Pubs with rooms open so fast I can’t keep up. If they’re not changing hands, they are being titivated. In […]

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