Michelangelo’s restaurant – the review


Situated in an idyllic setting overlooking the lake of Sefton Park, Michelangelo’s restaurant is located within Sefton Park Hotel. This is a perfect area to visit on a sunny evening especially with it being so close to the student area of Liverpool. Two of us ventured over to Michelangelo’s on a beautiful weekday evening, being welcomed by a very More...

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Trattoria 51 interior
By Emma Smith On Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Trattoria 51; Victorious 100%

Trattoria 51, a budding new restaurant in Liverpool opened in October 2013. You would be forgiven for missing this hidden gem if you are a student in Liverpool as it is located in the business quarter of Liverpool, More...

By Hannah Thompson On Sunday, May 11th, 2014

Scrumptuously saving student meals

This week’s scrumptiously saving student meal is a traditional Lancashire favourite; homemade pasty and mash. Who doesn’t love a good pasty? Quick to make and easy to cook, this is a fantastic tea when you haven’t More...

By Paula Murphy On Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Monday night is student night at Kasbah

Walking into Kasbah on Bold Street was akin to walking into a restaurant in an exotic country, a feeling which was reinforced by the fez-wearing, smiling waiter who greeted us. As we sat at our café-style wrought More...

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By Mia Harbey On Friday, April 4th, 2014

Review of ‘Almost Famous’

If you’re looking for that great taste of America without gathering the air miles, then search no further because Almost Famous is the answer to all of your food-related prayers. The tasty grub, unique selection More...

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By Paula Murphy On Friday, February 28th, 2014

‘Beatroot’, a fresh new event at The Brink, Liverpool

At The Brink on Parr Street, Sunday nights are usually movie nights and their free Film Club draws in the crowds with big screen entertainment, ranging from foreign language thrillers to cult Hollywood classics. More...

By Emma Smith On Thursday, February 27th, 2014

It’s all in The Taste

The amount of television shows focusing on food and drink has soared in recent years, but none more so than those of culinary competitions. Whether it’s baking that’s more your cup of tea (The Great British More...

By Paula Murphy On Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Food for thought at The Brink, Liverpool

Coconut oil is the elixir of life, or so the Paleo devotees will have you believe. Not only is it a healthy and tasty alternative to animal and vegetable oils, it is also a practical alternative to underarm deodorant. More...

Scrumptiously saving student meals - Shepherd's pie
By Hannah Thompson On Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Scrumptiously saving student meals – Shepherd’s pie

This week’s scrumptiously saving meal is a student-friendly shepherd’s pie (or cottage pie depending on what meat you use if we’re being technical). This dish is really easy to make, extremely filling More...

By Hannah Thompson On Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Scrumptiously saving student meals

Inspired by Tesco’s wide selection of lunchtime pasta salads, this warm pasta with vegetables and cheese makes a fantastic lunchtime treat or light dinner if you aren’t feeling that hungry. Using all the leftover More...