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Restaurant review: Tharavadu, Leeds

Tharavadu had been brought to my attention some time ago, but it took their recent success in winning Best Indian Restaurant for three years on the bounce at the Oliver Awards run by the Yorkshire Evening Post to remind me of the fact.

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How to make the perfect cuppa on National Tea Day

Just as selecting the best tea is important for a great cuppa, so are the minute details of preparation such as the water temperature, the infusion time and the quality of water.

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Cooking up plans for future of food scene

Cooking up plans for future of food scene

Developing and identifying what needs to change in the city’s food offering is on the menu in the first of a series of special debates.

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This month's Delicious.Magazine

Food & drink: Cook's tip: clever bread

When coating food with breadcrumbs, it’s all too easy for sticky clumps to form on your fingers.
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Review: Don’t Tell Titus, Saltaire

The aptly named Don’t Tell Titus is a bustling little cafe/bar just up from Salt’s Mill, Saltaire.

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Revealed: The Leeds businesses with one-star food hygiene ratings

Hundreds of restaurants, takeaways and pubs across Leeds have been handed one-star scores for food hygiene - meaning major improvements are required.

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Burger King

1,000 jobs at risk at Burger King franchises - including four outlets in Yorkshire

Up to 1,000 jobs are at risk after Burger King franchisees, which run branches across the country, were forced to call in the administrators.
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PIC: Simon Hulme

Photo essay: Leeds street food restaurant on the road to success

IT’S the Leeds restaurant that lets diners grab a taste of the frenetic and gaudy world of Bangkok street food without all the fuss of travelling 6,000 miles to Thailand.

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ALTERNATIVE: Smoking goat being served up at the Ox Club last year.

Leeds Indie Food Festival promoting producers

Leeds Indie Food Festival will play a key part in promoting the city as a tourist destination to the rest of the world.

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Food festival will help put Leeds on map

Food festival will help put Leeds on map

The Leeds Indie Food Festival is playing a key part in promoting the city as a tourist destination to the rest of the world.

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The counter and main seating area in Mrs Atha's.

Review: Mrs Atha’s Coffee and Tea, Central Road, Leeds

It has long been accepted that Marmite is the great divider when it comes to foodstuffs and in Mrs Atha’s I may have found the coffee shop equivalent.

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Northern Monk Brewery founder and director Russell Bisset

Hopping mad for new beers over Easter

There will be plenty of hops but probably not an Easter bunny to be seen as beer lovers from around the globe descend on Leeds for a festival celebrating the amber nectar.

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Good Friday tea just got better

Good Friday tea just got better

Good Friday just got really good.

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A Sian Platter starter. PIC: Tony Johnson

Restaurant review: Malagor, Ossett

Husband and wife team Ben and Benjie Marshall took over the former Two Brewers pub on the corner of Queen’s Drive and Towngate in Ossett and opened Malagor Fine Thai Cuisine in 2011.

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The Easter Gin Freakshake.

The perfect calorie-busting 'freakshake' for those who like to mix their chocolate... with gin

Do you like chocolate? Are you partial to the odd gin and tonic? Then this Easter delight is possible custom-made just for you.

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Celebrity restaurant and hotel boost Leeds shopping centre’s revival

Celebrity restaurant and hotel boost Leeds shopping centre’s revival

A leeds born celebrity chef has opened his own restaurant in the city centre as part of a multi-million re-development.

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Photo: Tom Joy Photography

A flavour for Leeds food fans

Food fans in Leeds are being left with a mouth-watering menu of events to pick from at the forth-coming Leeds Indie Food Festival.

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Restaurant review: East, Pudsey, Leeds

If you had guests coming to stay with you and they informed you beforehand they really wanted to go out for a curry, where would you take them?

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A contactless mobile phone payment

How contactless payments could land drive-thru users with a £200 bill

Drivers could be fined up to £200 for using contactless payment via their mobile phone while at the wheel, a police force has warned.

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The Tharavadu restaurant

Restaurant review: Tharavadu, Leeds

Tharavadu had been brought to my attention some time ago, but it took their recent success in winning Best Indian Restaurant for three years on the bounce at the Oliver Awards run by our sister paper the Yorkshire Evening Post to remind me of the fact.

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