Jamie Oliver’s never been one to shy away from an announcement, yet the pizzeria arm of his massive Jamie’s Italian empire appears to have arrived fairly quietly. It opened around a year ago, I think, and the entrance is tucked away behind the huge Jamie’s Italian building in the centre of the city. Perched at the top of the building, the smoky smell of the pizza oven whets your appetite as you climb the stairs. (more…)
Above any restaurant I have always wanted to visit Le Manoir and experience their incredible seasonal food and wonderful hospitality. They have held two Michelin stars since the year I was born, whatever you think of the system, that is pretty impressive.
Chicken thigh curry
If I told you that one of the best places in Cambridge for a curry was a pub and restaurant centering around meat, bread and beer then you’d probably think I was mad. But let me tell you, the Pint Shop’s chicken curry is up there. I was delighted to make this discovery when trying out their Autumn menu, devised by their new development chef, Rosie Sykes. (more…)
I’ve long been a fan of Jamie Oliver, I’ve got a number of his cookbooks and many of his recipes are staples in our house – his pizza sauce, sausage pasta, carbonara and many more. We’ve not visited Jamie’s Italian much however, preferring to cook his dishes ourselves, so when the restaurant invited us to review it, we decided to give it another look. (more…)
I’ve been to Smokeworks, Cambridge’s first proper barbecue restaurant, 4 times since it opened in July, just to ensure that I fully review the menu before reporting back to you, my lovely readers. It’s been tough, honest. (more…)