Tag: Review

Review: Festival No 6, Portmeirion

One of the most striking experiences about going to a festival is becoming part of a temporary community: a strange, bewitching pop-up village which will be dismantled come Monday teatime. In this respect, though, Festival No 6...

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Review: The Herb Garden, Newcastle

“I’m going to The Herb Garden on Wednesday,” I said to a friend. “Oh,” she replied, “I’ve been past there a few times. It’s the one with the rollerskating horse in the doorway, isn’t it?” It does feel like any review of The Herb...

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Review: Café at Tate Liverpool

There is a scene in the classic comedy film Carry On Up the Khyber in which a party of dignitaries from the British Raj sits down to dinner in a grand colonial residence. As they work their way through the courses while being...

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Review: Pho, Manchester Corn Exchange

Fee Fi Pho’s Yum! Ten years after opening in London, Vietnamese street food restaurant Pho has arrived in Manchester. Based in the newly renovated Corn Exchange (with an entrance on Cathedral Street), Pho is set across an...

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