Tag : gastronaut

Gastronaut: Almost Famous

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Forget being “Almost Famous”, this place is about to be the word on everyone’s lips. The guys at Almost Famous know gluttony, and they do it well. Before we tucked in, we grilled them about everything from burgers to booze and all that’s in between. How was it for you … Read More

Gastronaut heads to Outlaws Yacht Club

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There is no reason not to go. In fact, why haven’t you been yet? This café, bar, exhibition space and all round good hangout is tucked away on New York Street, making use of local produce to knock up an array of homemade humbleness from breakfast time till tea. On … Read More

Food | Gastronaut heads to Tharavadu for the best in Keralan

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“Tharavadu” in Keralan means ‘family house’, representing the observation of traditions and all things familial. In this regard, Tharavadu has certainly stayed true to its name. Upon entering, we felt as though we were being brought into a home, where every dish has been specially crafted to capture all the … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Le Chalet, Leeds

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Beyond occasional trips to the station, the financial district of Leeds may not be that familiar to the city’s students. However,  if you’re willing to venture in, you’ll find there are some friendly, affordable and distinctly up-market gems amidst the chain restaurants. Chief among them is Le Chalet, a French … Read More

Food | Gastronaut’s Greatest Hits – Ideal for graduation dining

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Stuck for where to take the family to celebrate never having to pull another all-nighter? Gastronaut looks back at its greatest hits to bring you the best in graduation dining. Blackhouse, Grill on the Square – A more upmarket offering with a live jazz band and a bill a little … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – The Pit, Harrogate

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With laid back urban dining space, complete with table tennis and football, and an innovative take on American food, The Pit is the perfect student eatery. From the meatiest of burgers to fish finger sandwiches, their menu serves up a selection of substantially filling dishes which although not perfectly suited … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Twister Burger Company

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If there’s one thing the Leeds restaurant scene isn’t lacking, it’s an array of fantastic and innovative burger restaurants. If my housemates had a penny for every time I’ve come home, claiming to have found “the best burger joint in Leeds”, they’d probably be able to club together to afford … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Belgrave Music Hall Street Feast

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Amid the Saturday bustle of Leeds, the aromas streaming from Belgrave Music Hall offered a respite from the long-awaited sun. Following on from the success of their first Street Feast, Belgrave opened its doors for a free day of food, music, arts and crafts. Along with the permanent Dough Boys … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Soul Kitchen

5 years ago / 0 comments

If you’re looking for a spot of warmth and colourful cheer to match this gorgeous weather, then Soul Kitchen at The Wardrobe is perfect. With a menu of Caribbean and Creole dishes, the restaurant oozes the laid-back and warm vibe reminiscent of holiday restaurants in foreign countries. We were treated … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Around the world with Cosmo

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A “premium all you can eat buffet” inherently seems to be some kind of oxymoron. Most students in Leeds will be familiar with the Red Hot World Buffet or Spice Quarter and know there is nothing premium about them, Cosmo, however, was a welcome surprise. Upon entering the new restaurant … Read More