REVEALED: The Peterborough eateries in the running for Restaurant of the year 2018
We are on the hunt for the Peterborough Telegraph best restaurant of 2018. English or French, Thai or Chinese, Italian or Mexican, there’s nothing we love more than eating out at our favourite restaurant.
This weekend is a really busy one for foodies in East Anglia. We have the honour of hosting the Cambridgeshire Food and Drink Festival at the East of England Arena in Peterborough (writes Parveen The Spice Queen).
The burgeoning partnership between artisan foodies Bread Meat Cheese and The Lightbox Café : Bar has already brought Peterborough diners Burritos and Bubbles, Posh Dogs and Prosecco, Asian Bao Wow and is now set to deliver a five-course feast.
Following in the family footsteps - chef Will is back where he belongs
MEET THE CHEF: This week we meet Will Frankgate, chef patron at The Blue Bell in Glinton, which received a 10/10 rating in the Peterborough Telegraph recently and features in both the Michelin and Harden’s Best UK Restaurants guides. Catch him on June 23 demonstrating at the Cambridgeshire Food and Drink Festival at the East of England Arena and Event Centre.
Landmark city centre restaurant building is put up for sale
It opened with a fanfare promising Peterborough diners “food influenced by the Raj”, and closed with a whimper pending “major refurbishment” - now the home of a la carte Indian restaurant turned multi-cuisine operator Ba Shoh has gone up for sale.
Meet The Chef: From pot washer to 24 years of successful high end dining
N o one says owning and running a restaurant is easy, perhaps that’s why there is such a high rate of opening and sadly, closing. So to keep a high end restaurant successful for the best part of a quarter of a century is some achievement indeed. Andrew Corrick became Chef Patron of The Cherry House at Werrington in 1994 and continues to cook “fine British with a nod to classic French” at the 400 year old Grade II listed cottage with Cromwellian links.