Seafood Si: The Salt Room, Brighton

There are no two ways about it. On a grey Wednesday lunchtime, spending fifty notes on a hot crustacean platter is pretty decadent. Maybe not if you're an on-expenses food critic or a lady who lunches, but for a couple of jobbing builders in Brighton for a work trip, it was one of those moments.... Continue Reading →

Seafood Si : Crabbshack, Glasgow

"It'll just be a little detour" I promised him as we left Stirling "Apparently there's a couple of nice stretches of water not far from here and we should be able to see a lot of it in an afternoon." That'll be me completely underestimating the size of the Trossachs region and it's 22 lochs.... Continue Reading →

Seafood Si : The Potted Lobster, Bamburgh

Trick well and truly missed. "Winkles from Whitstable to Whitby", the title could have read, resplendent in alliteration glory. Only we didn't stop in the seafood-famous Whitby to pursue the perfect heading, but instead maintained a northern course the other week en route from Lincolnshire to Stirling, aiming for Bamburgh and it's magnificent rock topping... Continue Reading →

Where The Light Gets In, Stockport

So much has already been written about Where The Light Gets In, a relatively new addition to the Northern eating scene but one which has caused a tsunami sized culinary splash. If you're the sensible sort and choose to avoid the Trip Advisor 'I Prefer A Good Carvery' nonsense and instead trust in far more... Continue Reading →

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