Teppanyaki Chinatown Manchester Review: June 2017
Situated in the heart of Chinatown Manchester is the original Teppanyaki in the North West since 1987. At the entrance, the restaurant proudly displays their ethos on a cute wooden chalkboard, which is all about a simple, none gimmicky approach, as the authentic food and Teppanyaki experience speaks for its self.
Warmly welcomed by Edward, who settled us into the cosy seating area, while we waited for a lovely glass of fine wine and a traditional Japanese beer. There definitely was a buzz about the place, anticipation and excitement built, as we were shown to our seats at the Teppanyaki table.
Enzo Manchester Review: June 2017
Enzo located on Fountain Street in the heart of Manchester city centre, began through a chance encounter, yes, it is cliché, but it is the truth. Car not starting and needing to get into work, the owner of what we now know as Enzo, hopped a ride on the bus and was pleasantly surprised to be greeted by an Italian driver called Enzo who was wearing a bright booming smile. The bus journeys continued for the next few weeks, as the car was a little more out of service than first thought. Enzo’s energy was energetic, but his true love was pizza and coffee, a bond between owner and Enzo was formed and the decision was made to set up shop. Sadly, Enzo had to return home, as his mother was unwell, but right there Enzo was born and the rest was history.
Oké Poké Manchester Northern Quarter Hawaiian Street Food Review: June 2017
Put the Hawaiian shirt and hula skirt away, as at Oké Poké Manchester you will already feel like you are in the heart of Maui, a Hawaiian Island Paradise, as Luau awaits – a traditional Hawaiian feast, which is delivered authentically, simply and of course with heart & soul.
Wild Trail Bars Review: May 2017
Wild Trail is on a mission to make snacks that give people the motivation and a boost to get outdoors and enjoy what the wilderness has to offer. These brilliant bars produced in a factory in Wales where natures natural offerings are right there on their doorstep.
Gosh Vegan Foods Review: May 2017
Some gorgeous Gosh goodies landed on my doorstep just in time to enjoy during National Vegetarian Week. Gosh is all about goodness, they are dairy free, gluten free, soya free, nut free and are suitable for vegans too. Impressively, they are naturally free from the UK’s 14 top listed allergens; cereals containing gluten, eggs, milk, soya, nuts, peanuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, lupin, sulphur dioxide, crustaceans, fish & molluscs.
Creative Nature Superfoods Protein Flapjacks Review: May 2017
Flapjack fans fantastic news! Creative Nature owner and CEO Julianne Ponan and her team have all got creative and used natures finest ingredients to develop and launch three new exciting and innovative yummy flapjack bars. The bars are packed with protein, are high is dietary fibre and contribute to maintenance of normal muscle growth. Made with 100% natural and raw ingredients, no added sugar, syrup, preservatives or sweeteners, certified vegan, gluten free, soya free, wheat free and dairy free – amazing!
Mr Lee’s Vegetarian Noodles Review: May 2017
Mr Lee not just a fictitious character, but a real person, who is both the creator and owner of the Mr Lee’s Noodles brand. My mid-week excitement peaked, as I was sent more of Mr Lee’s lovely Noodles just in time for National Vegetarian Week. Mr Lee’s Noodles come in 6 flavours, 2 which are all go, go, go, as they give the green light for veggies.