PUBLISHED: 11:54 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:08 14 February 2018 Sarah Howells Where can you get pancakes in North Devon this Shrove Tuesday? Julia_Sudnitskaya It’s Pancake Day tomorrow (Tuesday) and if you don’t feel like making your own, why not go out and enjoy some pancakes in North Devon instead? Celebrate Shrove Tuesday tomorrow at one of these top North Devon eateries if you don’t feel like making your own pancakes. From savoury delights to sweet treats, here are five places to eat pancakes in North Devon... The Riverside, Braunton Classic American pancakes topped with bacon and maple syrup? Yes please! Treat Time, Barnstaple Every deliciously sweet combination you could think of - it’s your pancake dreams come true. Tooters Diner, Barnstaple Tooters is known for its gargantuan food concoctions, and Pancake Day there is guaranteed not to disappoint. The Waterside Cafe, Chivenor Sweet or savoury pancake treats with a stunning view over the … [Read more...] about Five places to eat pancakes in North Devon this Shrove Tuesday
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Named for St Anne’s Cathedral, which lies at the heart of the area, Cathedral Quarter is a buzzing up-and-coming Belfast neighbourhood with strong cultural connections. Here are the best places to eat, drink and enjoy yourself in this cool central hotspot. Salt Bistro Serving locally sourced food in a relaxed and trendy environment, Salt Bistro specialise in seafood dishes, although they do have meat and vegetarian options too. Visit: Saint Annes Square, BT1 2LR – saltbistrobelfast.com The Muddlers Club Named after a secret society that met on the premises more than 200 years ago, The Muddlers Club is a hidden gem on the back streets of Cathedral Quarter. Modern with an industrial edge, the restaurant serves a simple but tempting menu that diners can see being prepared in the open kitchen. Visit: 1 Warehouse Lane, BT1 2DX – themuddlersclubbelfast.com Holohans At The Barge Enjoy pretty waterfront views and tuck into a seasonally inspired … [Read more...] about Where to eat, drink, shop and have fun in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter
Nestled midway between Leeds city centre and Bradford, the pretty market town of Pudsey has plenty to offer, with a wealth of cosy cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops to discover. 7 Steps Fusing modern with traditional, this stylish yet cosy bar and kitchen serves a tasty menu of locally sourced food, great quality ales and creative cocktails. Visit: 9 Chapeltown, LS28 7RZ – william-crawshaw.squarespace.com Olde Booths Tea Rooms The charming Olde Booths Tea Rooms is a snug spot to treat yourself to a light lunch, share afternoon tea, or catch up over a warming cup of coffee. Be sure to try one of their decadent hot chocolates, which come loaded with cream, marshmallows and chocolate toppings. Visit: 20 Lowtown, LS28 7AA – facebook.com/Olde-Booths-Tea-Room The Bankhouse Inn Serving a varied menu of traditional pub food with a modern and seasonal twist, The Bankhouse Inn is a welcoming place to eat and unwind. If you’re just popping in for a drink, you can enjoy a … [Read more...] about Neighbourhood guide: where to eat, drink, shop and have fun in Pudsey
Eating a meal out by yourself doesn’t have to be an unpleasant experience. Leeds is home to plenty of friendly and welcoming bars and eateries that can be enjoyed even when you’re going it alone. The Reliance Known for its laid-back feel, this rustic bar and kitchen is a great spot to tuck into some seasonal food, or just to savour a casual drink from their extensive beer and wine list. Located just on the outskirts of the city centre, The Reliance is a quieter space to dine, away from the hustle and bustle. Visit: 76-78 North Street, LS2 7PN – the-reliance.co.uk Outlaws Yacht Club Offering comfy seating areas with plenty of books and games to entertain you, you’ll feel right at home inside this quirky cafe bar, record shop and exhibition space. Events including poetry readings, book clubs and live Q&As are held here regularly, and it’s a popular haunt for meetings, so there’s always plenty going on to keep you occupied if you’re visiting … [Read more...] about 12 of the most welcoming places to eat on your own in Leeds
DINERS in Newport were invited to “switch off the light and switch on their senses” at an event on Wednesday. Raising funds for Sight Cymru and Guide Dogs, The Drago Lounge, in Friars Walk, hosted its second “Dine in the Dark” event this week - when the lights were dimmed and diners were invited to put on blindfolds before tucking into a two-course meal. Hannah Beckett, of Chepstow, was one of the people attending the event. She said it was her first time attending a “Dine in the Dark” event. The 30-year-old said it was an “interesting experience”. She added: “It was quite difficult to eat – I was eating a lot more slowly than usual. I felt my other senses were more active and taste was stronger than usual. “I felt a bit more isolated from the conversation as well.” Ms Beckett added that these kind of events are an opportunity to give participants an idea of what life is like for people with sight loss. … [Read more...] about VIDEO: What is it like to eat when you have sight loss?