Mission Burrito Release the Hottest Burrito Ever!!!

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The Mexican Restaurant, Mission Burrito in Leicester is well known for its burrito eating challenges, and this new challenge could prove to be the most notorious yet.     El Criminal, as it is called, is a colossal 5lb burrito; yes you did read that correctly – it is a humongous burrito, loaded with 3 [Read more…]

The Indian street food company Wrapchic is quickly branching out with chain restaurants in over 7 different cities. Leicester is the latest one. They specialise in bringing a tastier, healthier Indian option to your lunchtime, all wrapped up in a tortilla wrap. Wrapchic will be making a range of fresh ‘differently Indian’ grub, such as curry pots and [Read more…]

Dine within the House of Commons

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Wednesday afternoon. 1pm. In the House of Commons. Prime Minister’s Questions has just finished and around 650 MPs all file into the members’ dining room. This prestigious dining room serves “top end British cuisine” to your elected member of parliament made by top British chefs. This incredibly tasty food in such a magnificent location is only available to MPs and people working [Read more…]

Coco Bar Bistro are Giving Away a Delicious Meal for Two

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When it comes to dining, we have discovered a little gem in the heart of Chesterfield – Coco Bar Bistro. They are a modern British tapas bar serving steaks, burgers and Mediterranean bistro dishes to name but a few. And when it comes to liquid refreshment, they don’t disappoint, serving a fine selection of real [Read more…]

Pho is a brilliant new Vietnamese restaurant located at the Highcross shopping centre in Leicester, and it’s proving to be extremely popular. Pho was first set up by Stephan and Juliette Wall as London’s first Vietnamese street food restaurant in June 2005 after they travelled to Vietnam and fell in love with the food there. Win [Read more…]

‘This is the place that will put Weymouth on the map,’ whispers the man sitting at the table beside mine as he tucks into his beef tenderloin. Moments later my own arrives and it is succulent, knife-through-butter stuff, served on chef’s own ratatouille. If ever ‘phenomenal’ could be used in its proper context it would [Read more…]