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Birmingham to host first major rum festival this summer

Birmingham Rum Festival will take place on Saturday 2 July at bar and live music venue The Cuban Embassy. The event will see visitors arrive to sample and discover rums from a host of brands and exhibitors. Experts and cocktail mixologists will be on hand to guide, inform and entertain the rum-loving public. The Venue Birmingham Rum Festival will take over the whole of heritage Cuban-themed venue The Cuban Embassy in.. Read More

SOLIHULL’S NEW TURTLE BAY ANNOUNCE “PAY AS YOU FEEL” OPENING DAY TO RAISE MONEY FOR LOCAL CHARITY – THE MARIE CURIE HOSPICE

Solihull’s newest Caribbean restaurant and bar, Turtle Bay – set to open at the end of this month – is partnering with local charity, The Solihull Marie Curie Hospice.  On Tuesday 31st May, the first official day of trading for the restaurant, diners will only be asked to pay whatever they think their food is worth.  Turtle Bay will match the amount that each table decides to pay, and then.. Read More

NIGHTS OF FOOD, AGONY AND DINING HELL

Renowned restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and sometime jazz pianist Jay Rayner is embarking on two UK-wide tours in 2016. Taking place in various theatres across the country from February to May, A Night OF Food and Agony and My Dining Hell entertainingly combine Jay Rayner’s flair for storytelling and acerbic wit with a hitherto hidden talent as a musician. My Dining Hell, opening in March in Liverpool and travelling around.. Read More

Travelling Gastronomers debut in Nottingham

Travelling Gastronomers, the UK’s newest pop-up street food market, will be galloping into Nottingham for a weekend of unbridled gastronomic revelry from 20-22 May 2016. The market will feature a stellar line-up of local food and drinks traders from homegrown heroes Hartland Pies to the Asian-American delights of Masterchef 2015 runner up Pete Hewitt’s Homeboys. Sassy Crepe Lucette has all your pancake needs covered, Bombay Tapas will blow you away.. Read More

Ready, steady, wok! Wing Yip is gearing up to find its next Young Chef of the Year

The UK’s leading Oriental grocer Wing Yip is gearing up for the launch of Young Chef of the Year. The competition is open to chefs and catering students (18 – 25) across the country. Following an initial paper entry, there will be a live cook-off where one lucky chef will win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Hong Kong, including culinary work experience in some of the city’s top eateries. Now in.. Read More

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