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With advance tickets finally a feature and busier days broken up into sessions, this year’s beer festival should be the biggest and busiest yet.
In November a single sharing board at The Quince Tree put every other piece of pub food I’d eat that month to shame.
First, as always, the cold meze. Dishes of humous, tzatziki and taramasalata as serviceable as ever, but it’s the more unique options that have always made Kyrenia special: Pantzarosalata.
Although many dishes are pub classics done well, The Belgian aren’t afraid to stump up a bit of adventurousness for the foodies.
What makes The Hinds Head completely unique in our ever-expanding pub pantheon is a special occasion dining experience.
The Latymer’s 10-course extravaganza just represents all the foodie fun vegetarians should have been having packed into one single, jaw-dropping meal.
I’m standing behind the counter at Mission Burrito and owner Jan Rasmussen is telling me about his healthy respect for McDonald’s.
The Bladebone Inn finds middle ground between the expensive bluster used to snare naive foodies and the ready-made, heat-a-meals of chain pubs.
The Wellington Arms is a special place to eat capable of capturing even the most jaded over-eater’s attention.
The Jolly Fryer is a truly excellent fish and chip shop that you should all visit.