Monthly Archive: March 2016

Cabana Brasil Newcastle – A Guide to Brazilian Food

After the disappointment of Viva Brazil not quite living up to an authentic Churrascaria experience we are eagerly awaiting the opening of another Brazilian eatery in the Toon. Cabana Brasil has restaurants in London, Leeds and Manchester, and is set to open…
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Station Buffet, Barter Books – Alnwick

I may have grown up in the North East, but there are some areas that remain uncharted territory to me. I have a fairly decent knowledge of eateries South of the Tyne as this has always been my ‘stomping ground’….
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British Pie Week at The Central Bar

A nation of pie fanatics, it seems that we love nothing better than a wholesome stodgy meal featuring a steak filled delight. This week celebrated the humble British Pie so naturally my thoughts turned to where we could enjoy this pastry…
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Dessert Heaven, Whitley Bay

Some posts require little explanation at all. I feel I could post the pictures of our trip to Dessert Heaven, located in Whitley Bay, and that would be sufficient. With its plentiful cake display cabinet and ice cream sundaes, it…
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Meet & Treat, Newcastle

Recently opened Meet & Treat in Newcastle’s Grainger Town area is quite the hidden lunchtime gem. We discovered its existence quite by accident, contemplating a meal at the fantastic Fujiyama, which happens to neighbour this new establishment. Due to Dinky Diner’s…
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The Herb Garden, Newcastle

One of Mr. Canny’s food blogging pet peeves is that when we discover somewhere we like there’s no guarantee we’ll be back any time soon. The reason is I have such a long list of eateries to feature on the…
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The Cluny, Ouseburn

When I was a kid it was a big deal if Mum took me to the ‘boozy bar’. It would usually be during the summer months, and we’d visit pubs with outdoor play areas so I was entertained while she…
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The Gateshead Foodbank

Although the blog is about dining out, we do talk a lot in our household about food waste, sustainability and those less fortunate than ourselves. We’ve posted about a pay-as-you-feel food night that was designed to use up food waste…
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Vercelli, Hexham

Hexham is not somewhere we visit often. For some reason I feel the journey down the A69 takes an age and I’m always deterred by the lack of town centre parking. I thought I would take Jnr on a bit of…
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