Lychee Garden – Terrific Chinese Takeaway, Edgbaston Birmingham

Before you ask, if you haven't already, our order from Lychee Garden was delivered to my house, therefore I could not get a photograph of the shop front, as is customary on Cedric Suggests. Hence, the featured image on this post is of a marvellous Spaniel called...

Da Michele – The Best of Naples, in Marylebone London

Well well well... who knew Da Michele had an outlet in London? Most of London I suppose. Once I caught wind that there was a place in London, Baker Street no less, where I could sample genuine Neapolitan pizza, I could not but make the long and arduous journey to...

El Borracho de Oro – Golden Lunch, Five Ways, Birmingham

For the few of you who didn't hear me shouting about my new job, I got a new job! I find myself in the environs of central Birmingham on a daily basis now. Occasionally, I fall prey to hunger and must sate this urge by dining in fine cost effective establishments. Not...

Farrier’s Arms – Excellent Pit Stop, Worcester

Some weeks ago, I took it upon myself to go to Marlborough. For reasons beyond the scope of my understanding, that meant stopping off in Worcester for tea. But I was happy to do so. There is nothing like eating delicious food in an alien place. Saying this, I have...

Warehouse Cafe – Vegan Paradise, Digbeth

The words 'vegan' and 'Digbeth' are all to often heard together in the same sentence. Before my visit to the Warehouse Cafe, you could forgive me for thinking this was a spurious association. Digbeth is known for its magnificent Digbeth Dining Club, as well as the...

St Peter’s Church, Explosive Ecclesiastical Lunch, Marlborough

St Peter's church stands at the end of Marlborough High Street near to Marlborough College, this was also where Cardinal Thomas Wolsey was ordained on the 10th March 1948. Despite having lived in the Marlborough area since I was eight, I have only discovered it now at...

Diseases Associated with Ageing – A Biological Essay

Hi guys, Matthew here. I'm a new guest blogger on Cedric Suggests. This is my first time so please be gentle... I wrote an essay about three diseases associated with ageing which might be of some interest to you. Do read the following and let me know your thoughts....

What Happened, Miss Simone? Astounding Biographical Film

My favourite artists include Grace Jones and Todd Rundgren, this much is evident to anyone who has dared ask me the question. But, of late, I have become enamoured of Nina Simone. Many know her only for 'Feeling Good' or 'My Baby Just Cares for Me' but her repertoire...

Nina Simone, Little Girl Blue – AOTM July 2019

Music has the onerous and often overwhelming power to move us. Call it a primordial instinctive response or learned appreciation, we all have the potential to truly appreciate music for what it is: a great gift. I am moved to tears more often than I'd like to admit by...

Birmingham Think Tank – Portentous Pensive Experience

When I think of Birmingham, I often consider the many times I've been screwed over my small bald men, hit by cars and generally been poisoned. I do not, however, think of science museums. I doubt any other Brummie often associates the city with science, or indeed me...

Hello and welcome to CEDRIC SUGGESTS, specially designed for those of us who are partial to a slice or three of The Culinary Arts…

But Nota Bene Dear Reader: this blog is NOT limited to my recipe and restaurant ramblings alone! I shall also take it upon myself to decribe my various other encounters and experiences in this wonderful world we all share. Expect recommendations of excellent service received, for example, and lively discussions on a variety of exhilerating sublects like as Fashion, Art, Education, Religion and Fitness my word. Not forgetting my regular Favourite Albums of the Month / Year feature. Are you ready? Then enter Freunde, Étranger, Stranger…

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Farrier’s Arms – Excellent Pit Stop, Worcester

Some weeks ago, I took it upon myself to go to Marlborough. For reasons beyond the scope of my understanding, that meant stopping off in Worcester for tea. But I was happy to do so. There is nothing like eating delicious food in an alien place. Saying this, I have...

Warehouse Cafe – Vegan Paradise, Digbeth

The words 'vegan' and 'Digbeth' are all to often heard together in the same sentence. Before my visit to the Warehouse Cafe, you could forgive me for thinking this was a spurious association. Digbeth is known for its magnificent Digbeth Dining Club, as well as the...

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