Peterborough’s branch of the Pizza Express restaurant has finally opened it’s doors to the public with a line up of local glitterati in full attendance.
Opened by the man who originally founded the chain, Peterborough’s own Peter Boizot, the 90 seater restaurant is sure to be a welcome addition to the towns line-up of existing Pizza restaurants. Various city councillors, Peterborough United players and the usual Peterborough businessmen and ESP girls also turned up for a (pizza) slice of the action.
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As thousands (if not millions) of people spent the last week or so stuffing their faces with tins of Roses and Quality Street, January 1st marks the start of more diets than any other time of the year.
It’s no co-incidence then that McDonalds have chosen this time to launch their latest Big Mac BOGOF promotion, cunningly titled “perfect for sharing”.
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I’ve mentioned The Banyan Tree earlier on this blog, but for new readers all you need to know is that it’s the best Indian restaurant in Peterborough. Next to the Cock Inn in Werrington to be precise.
Their new website is now live and at a glance is one of the best websites I’ve seen for a restaurant – well, would you expect anything less from the Banyan Tree?
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We fancied a quick bite to eat before going to see Beverley Knight (and the fantastic Cherry BlackStone) at the Broadway Theatre last night so took a wander down Wentworth Street to the Edoya Noodle Bar.
At the risk of sounding like a reviewing food critic, it was so nice in there I couldn’t help but post a comment.
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Coals to Newcastle springs to mind when hearing that another pizza restaurant is due to open in the city but this time the company moving into the old Burger King building at 8a Cathedral Square is none other than Pizza Express.
Founded in the sixties by The King’s School old boy Peter Boizot, Pizza Express has evaded Peterborough until now (although I seem to recall seeing some kind of pizza restaurant on the opposite side of Cathedral Square years ago..)
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It’s not often I’m truly ecstatic about a restaurant. There’s something about handing over a fistful of twenties when you’ve just stuffed a plate of rice and curry down your neck that just doesn’t make sense when every other show on TV is about making full use of your own kitchen.
So it’s with great surprise (to me at least) that I find myself recommending The Banyan Tree in Peterborough (Werrington). I visited the restaurant mid-week for a family birthday (mine!) and we had an absolutely fantastic time. Words really do not do this restaurant justice.
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A few weeks ago I happened across a delicacy that had previously evaded me from my usual Indian restaurant visits. The more I read about it the more I found myself wanting to try it, you know how it is.
Normally only for those in the know, the Nargis kebab is typically ordered off the menu, with the waiter checking with the chef that “it can be done”. Continue reading “Nargis Kebab”