Tony Naylor

'Tony Naylor' - 61 Article Result(s)

  • Have you noticed how Britain's best food has now become affordable?

    Where foodies once used to salivate at the idea of spending hundreds of pounds on an elite dining experience, some of the best eating these days is to be done on the cheapIt is a ...

  • Top 10 Budget Restaurants, Bars and Cafes in Leeds

    As Leeds gears up for its food festival (23 May- 8 June), we hunt down the city's best budget restaurants. Updating our 2009 guide, we pick 10 more places to eat well for under £10Café ...

  • Top 10 Budget Restaurants, Bars and Cafes in Manchester

    With star chef Simon Rogan now at the Midland Hotel and Michelin-ambitious Manchester House due in July, Manchester food is in the spotlight. Five years on from his original 10, Tony Naylor chooses a fresh ...

  • Filter coffee: the return of a has-bean

    Once the most unfashionable of coffee serves, filter coffee is making a comeback in trendy cafes and even Wetherspoons. Is it time to ditch the soy latte?Wetherspoon pubs and Britain's third-wave coffee shops don't have ...

  • Top 10 Budget Restaurants and Cafes in Central London

    Eating out in London doesn't have to leave your wallet empty. Updating his last guide, Tony Naylor finds the capital, particularly in and around Soho, is home to a thriving casual-dining sceneKoshari StreetKoshari is an ...

  • How to eat: curry

    This month, How to Eat fancies a curry. Eat-in or takeaway? Dishes to share or your own main course? Washed down with beer or wine? And does anyone ever have room for dessert?Loosen your belt, ...

  • How to eat: Christmas dinner

    Ditch the turkey, the cranberry sauce and the Christmas pudding ... has Tony Naylor taken leave of his senses? This is his take on the perfect Christmas dinner - how do you eat yours?Deck the ...

  • How to eat: hotdogs

    Yo, dudes! This month, How to Eat is saluting an American classic, the hotdog. But should it be beef or pork? In a bun or baguette? Eaten with champagne or beer? And smothered in mustard ...

  • Is railway-station food finally getting good?

    High-quality food chains such as Giraffe, Leon and Yo! Sushi are becoming increasingly common on our station concourses. Is the quality of our grab-'n'-go at long last on the up?Rejoice, rail users. Maybe. The news ...

  • How to eat: a ploughman's lunch

    This month, How To Eat is in a country pub trying to enjoy a ploughman's lunch. But an argument is raging about what that means. Ham? One cheese or three? Is pate OK? Are pickled ...

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