The Knight and Garter in Leicester City Centre is the latest addition to multitude of new pubs and restaurants in and around Leicesters Cultural Quarter. I was lucky enough to be invited along to their grand opening courtesy of the great online magazine Cool As Leicester and was asked to give my honest opinion. So lets dive in and I’ll give you the low down on the brand new Knight and Garter gastropub in Leicester. (more…)
Bodega Cantina is Leicesters newest restaurant to open in the City Centre and serves a selection of South American street food dishes and vibrant cocktails. Located in the rejuvenated St. Martins Square in Leicesters cultural quarter it faces stiff competition from other casual restaurants in Grillstock and 33 Cank Street. So is Bodega Cantina Leicester worth a visit? Read on for our review! (more…)
Hotel Maiyango is one of Leicesters most unique and interesting places to eat. It’s part of a small boutique hotel which sits on the outskirts of Leicester city centre and as you would expect it has its own restaurant. If you didn’t know, I’m from Leicester and the restaurant at Hotel Maiyango is one of my favourites and I’ve spent many a night there eating a concoction of different things and drinking their fantastic cocktails. While trawling the internet one day I came across a couple of reviews in national newspapers, the Telegraph and the Indepenedant, which were less than complementary about one of Leicester city centres best restaurants. This riled me somewhat and I feel like I should step in to defend Hotel Maiyango’s corner somewhat. (more…)
Tai Fat Chinese Supermarket Address: 5 Melton St, Leicester, LE1 3NB
Telephone: (0116) 262 9656
Google Maps Link: Tai Fat Chinese Supermarket Leicester
Everyone loves a good Chinese meal and its unfortunate that most people decide to order a Chinese take away rather than having a go at cooking one themselves. Having got my hands recently on the Hairy Bikers Asian Adventure book (purchased from amazon UK), I was pleased to see a directory of Chinese Supermarkets listed by county so I decided it was time I paid one a visit.