Monthly Archive: October 2016

Ury Easy Bites and Parlour – Opening Day*

This week we were invited along to try the food on offer at Newcastle Quayside’s newest eatery. One of Canny Food’s favourite Indian restaurants, Ury, has opened up a cafe next door to its popular restaurant, and are serving up…
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Mr. Canny’s Birthday Fun in The Lake District

I was able to completely surprise Mr. Canny last week and arrange a visit to the Lake District without him suspecting a thing. After a lovely trip and meal on New Year’s Day I found out about a vegetarian guest house in…
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Chicken Katsu Curry – Vegan Style!

Quorn’s updated range, which includes a vegan breaded fillet, has been great news for those of us who struggle to juggle kids and everything else at home. With minimal cooking skills required (you just pop them in the oven), you…
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Lunch at The Pancake Cafe, Durham

The Pancake Cafe in Durham is somewhere that has previously featured on the Canny Food blog. After reading this original post some were aghast they’d not realised it existed, tucked up a quaint cobbled street and away from the hubbub and bustle of…
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Pizzastorm Newcastle is here!

A new restaurant that delivers custom-made pizzas in 180 seconds is opening in Newcastle this week. PizzaStorm is preparing to revolutionise the concept of ‘fast food’, with diners able to create their dream pizza without the long wait associated with a handcrafted pie. With…
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Lunch at Al Buco, Newcastle

Al Buco has been on my radar for a while since opening in March this year. I took the opportunity to stop by with the Teen for a spot of lunch while shopping in Newcastle city centre. Hidden away near Old Eldon…
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Wylam Brewery – Sunday Lunch

I always presumed a Nut Roast would be a ubiquitous dish. I’ve realised of late they aren’t that common on pub menus, especially one that is suitable for a vegan too. Wylam Brewery started to serve up a roast dinner along…
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The Treehouse, Alnwick – Second Time Lucky?*

I’m true to my word. After contacting The Treehouse, Alnwick’s premier dining establishment, regarding our dud meal back in the summer (you can read our thoughts here) the team asked if we’d consider a return visit. They were adamant we’d…
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