Healthy Fast Food at Leon Restaurants Manchester Piccadilly Review

Healthy Fast food at Leon Restaurants Manchester Piccadilly Review: March 2020

The three musketeers, Henry Dimbleby, John Vincent and chef Allegra McEvedy, aka the founders of Leon Restaurants, have combined their wealth of knowledge and skills to take the world by storm with their fab fresh fast food philosophy and started their own foodie revolution.

A light bulb suddenly goes off in your head and you realise how much time you spend travelling and eating on the go.  Fast food need not be unhealthy thanks to Leon and with their stylish and relaxed environment you can enjoy #FastFoodFabulously

Lovely Leon staff at Manchester, including Errol, Chris and the team make your experience warm and welcoming.

The range on food on offer is impressive such as a vegan Love burger with vegan cheese that can also be made gluten free.  A Korean chicken burger again with the Gluten free option.  Why not add on a side of lush Leon baked fries.  There’s also a huge range of sauces so you can get a bit dippy!

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The Harrogate Theatres Royal Hall Radio Ga Ga Review

The Harrogate Theatres Royal Hall Radio Ga Ga Review: March 2020

The Harrogate Theatre Company have a whole range of exciting venues offering a varied range of performances.

The Royal Hall is a Grade II listed Edwardian performance hall and theatre located with Harrogate town centre.

The warm welcome by everyone was a real testament to Yorkshire’s reputation for being a friendly place.  I must say a special mention to Jane who made our evening a lovely one – Thank you.

The beautiful building is breathtakingly amazing and a sheer pleasure to admire.

Excitingly the Royal Hall was to be the venue for the UK’s authoritative Queen Concert Show Radio Ga Ga.

Performed live, this 2-hour ready to rock sensation was a journey through the decades of Queens musical melodies.

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Mother’s Day at Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square Review  

Mother’s Day at Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square Review: March 2020

The month of March means one thing Mother’s Day…and hopefully some better weather too!

Now, we have a chance to spoil our marvellous Mothers at the wonderful Wagamama Manchester St Peters Square, a vibrant and relaxed city centre hub.

Divine décor with an industrial look provides a cool, contemporary and chic environment.  Peter and his welcoming team make you feel right at home.

Wagamama do an excellent job with dietary needs, such as vegan and gluten free, by providing their allergen matrix on an I-pad which makes life sooo much easier.

Sit back in a booth, relax, refresh and enjoy a freshly squeezed, pulped, poured Fresh orange juice or the vegan positive juice with pineapple, lime, spinach, cucumber and apple.

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