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PUBLISHED: 17:36 21 January 2019 | UPDATED: 11:19 22 January 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Croquette of pig's head with rhubarb and coppa Picture: Archant Archant Our food and drink editor said this place took the humble soup and a retro dessert to the next level. Cauliflower soup with apple and Jerusalem artichoke crisps Picture: ArchantFoodTuddenham Mill. I know right? You’re looking at the name. You’ve seen the accolades flooding in. You’re metaphorically clutching your purse/wallet. Yes, it’s not the cheapest restaurant in Suffolk but...don’t right it off quite yet.Like anyone, we were starting to feel the post-Christmas pinch when we visited last week. Payday just a week’s grasp away. We wanted somewhere ‘nice’ to eat but without taking out a second mortgage. And I couldn’t believe the set lunch menu at Tuddenham was just over £20 for two courses and a little over £25 for three (similar … [Read more...] about Restaurant review, Tuddenham Mill: “The set lunch menu here is one of Suffolk’s best kept secrets”
Drivers who buy new cars today usually don't have to worry about whether the car will break an axle on the side of the road, or whether its brakes will give out on a steep hill. We can reasonably expect to get air conditioning and heated front seats as standard items, and we can expect that the technology inside the car will work intuitively and will enhance, rather than inhibit, the driving experience. And yet. We still find plenty to complain about. After all, not all modern luxury car are created equal. Some have shoddy interior materials lining their walls; others lack the power and torque to make them equal to competitors. Others are just plain boring. Lexus LC 500 My quibble with the Lexus LC 500 isn't about how it looks on the outside. I like its swooped body, big wheels, and low, smooth roofline. If I had to buy a Lexus, it might even be this one. It's the most exciting of that family. Unfortunately, that isn't saying much.No, my problem with the LC 500 is twofold: For one … [Read more...] about The worst luxury cars of 2018
My khaki Mudd shorts had barely passed the parental-approval test and I was rethinking my fashion choice as a patio chair slowly left a semi-permanent wire imprint on my thighs. I tried to concentrate on the tasks at hand — keeping my legs elevated in an effort to not get further disfigured, all while eating a TGIFridays bacon cheeseburger. But my mind wouldn’t stop thinking about what was happening post-dinner. On the other side of the Cape Cod Mall, past Sears and Olympia Sports, I would soon be sitting in a movie theater to see The Fast and the Furious. It was June 22, 2001 and it felt like the trailer for the film had been out for years. In reality, it had probably only been clogging up MTV commercial blocks for a matter of a few months, but I had memorized each variation nonetheless. As my younger brother, dad, and I walked to the theater, 13-year-old me ran the scenes through my head as if I would be filming the movie myself. The lights went down and for a solid … [Read more...] about In Honor of Paul Walker: Brian O’Conner’s 7 Best Fast Rides
I test and review dozens of cars, trucks, and SUVs every year. Most are impressive. But there are some things that annoy me. For 2018, I decided to round up all the features that disappointed. I generally find that at the end of year, after testing dozens of vehicles, I have very little of significance to complain about. Automakers are doing a fantastic job, up and down the price ladder, of satisfying and delighting their customers. That said, I’ve driven enough cars that I often encounter some annoying stuff. Not dealbreakers, and in some cases, to be expected. One doesn’t want their massively powerful sports cars to go easy on the fuel consumption. But annoying, nonetheless. Read more:Porsche makes incredible cars – but some of its cupholders are almost useless I keep a mental record of the disappointing features in the cars that I review every year. This time around, I thought I share what irked me with everyone else. So here are the 20 most disappointing … [Read more...] about I drove more than 70 cars this year. Here are the things that annoyed me the most.