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Microbrewer’s special monster ale for Peterborough Green Festival

Castor’s Ales’ Duncan Vessey gave his backing to Peterborough’s Green Festival last week with a special brew for the occasion - Flood Monster.

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Hotel Chocolat opens in Queensgate on August 19.

Win: £250 in prizes to spend at Hotel Chocolat’s new Peterborough store

If you had £100 to spend at Hotel Chocolat, would you treat yourself to a bottle of Salted Caramel Cocoa Vodka, share a Chocolate Dipping Adventure with a friend, make someone’s birthday with a hamper of chocolate and Prosecco – or all three?

Brad Barnes had lunch at Carluccio's in Peterborough city centre.

Great service and an absolute zuppa starter at Carluccio’s in Peterborough

It was seen as the catalyst that started the Cathedral Square food revolution, so I was interested to see if Carluccio’s in Cumbergate had stood up to the influx of competitors.


Come Dine With Me seeks Peterborough dinner hosts for new series

Can you whip up a quality three course meal and provide great entertainment for four strangers? If so, you can show off your hosting skills in the near series of Come Dine With Me.

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Time to vote for Peterborough’s Chip Shop of the Year 2016

Time to vote for Peterborough’s Chip Shop of the Year 2016

The competition is starting to heat up! We’ve got our top finalists for the Chip Shop Of The Year 2016 and now the competition is all about finding who will be number one

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Jan Szymula age 28 head chef puts finishing touches to the hot burger.

Fearless Peterborough spicy food lover becomes first man to conquer world’s hottest monster burger challenge

A fearless spicy food lover with a monster appetite has become the first person to successfully conquer the world’s hottest 10,000 calorie burger challenge.

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Gordon Ramsay

The future chef: Calm, focused and disciplined

In the last three years Peterborough has seen a 36 per cent growth in casual dining restaurants, and in the last 18 months I’ve been thinking more and more about the future of the restaurant industry and the next generation of chefs, says Peterborough chef Lee Clarke. What is there to be excited about? And what should we be wary of? How do make sure this growth continues?

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The Woodman at Thorpe Wood.

The Woodman goes a fair way to a winner

I was disappointed to miss out on a game of golf last Friday - so I sought solace in lunch at The Woodman, overlooking the 18th at Thorpe Wood Golf Club.

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The Wagamama restaurant which is to open in  Long Causeway on September 19.

Wagamama to create 39 new jobs at Peterborough restaurant

The opening of Pan Asian sensation Wagamama in Long Causeway next month wil bring with it a welcome jobs boost.

How the Pizza Parlour on Cowgate will look.

New pizza restaurant will definitely have soul

There will be a distinctly nostalgic feel when The Pizza Parlour opens for business in Peterborough city centre, hopefully next month.

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Lewis Dalton and Lucy Howes, new managers at Melbourn Brothers pub, All Saints Street, Stamford EMN-160722-160750001

New management team takes over at Melbourn Brothers pub in Stamford

A popular pub in the heart of Stamford has just been taken over by an enthusiastic new management team.

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Raj Regmi and children

Lakeside Kitchen and Bar investment tops £100,000

The couple behind the Lakeside Kitchen and Bar at Ferry Meadows have taken their investment in improvements into six figures with a facelift.

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Opening of Krispy Kreme at Hampton

Peterborough doughs nuts for Krispy Kreme!

Its opening gridlocked Hampton’s roads at times - not surprising as Peterborough’s new Krispy Kreme outlet saw almost 12,000 people through the doors in its first week.

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Lee Clarke at Pr?vost. EMN-160415-152834001

Chef Lee to help find Peterborough’s best young food entrepreneurs

City centre restaurateur Lee Clarke has teamed up with YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough in launching a tasty competition to find the region’s best young food entrepreneurs.

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The shutters down at The Shepherd's Inn in Park Road, Peterborough.

Lithuanian restaurant closes after six months

A traditional Lithuanian restaurant which only opened in Peterborough in January has pulled down the shutters.

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The proposaed Costa and Greene King pub

Pub restaurant plan plus Costa drive-thru for Hampton

Greene King looks set to add to the food and drink offerings in Hampton with a new food-led pub.

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Where's the best place for Fish and Chips?

Which is Peterborough’s best Chippy? You decide...

The Peterborough Telegraph is on the look-out to find the best Chippy of 2016.

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Mayor David Sanders gets a taste of Peterborough's new Krispy Kreme at the launch night

Peterborough gets its first taste of new Krispy Kreme at launch

Peterborugh residents got their first taste of the city’s new Krispy Kreme restaurant at its VIP launch last night, Monday July 12.

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The Wagamama restaurant taking shape in Long Causeway.

Opening date revealed for Wagamama in Peterborough

The long-awaited Wagamama restaurant in Peterborough city centre is expected to open on September 19.

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Interiors and exterior of Cote Restaurant, Church Street, Pboro EMN-160522-001223009

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Get your Côte and enjoy a taste of Paris in Peterborough

Is there a better way to spend a sunny, warm, early summer afternoon than joining the cafe culture set and enjoying lunch with a cold drink in hand?

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