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If, as Shirley Conran claimed, life is too short to stuff a mushroom, what kind of maniac would want to subject a cabbage leaf to such treatment? The answer lies in the fathomless imagination of Paul Kitching, whose madcap experimentation at Juniper in Altrincham established him as the North's answer to Heston Blumenthal.
The high-ceilinged Georgian dining-room, all fancy plasterwork and shimmering, muslin-draped walls, feels deluxe but quirky; diners sit side-by-side on curvy, asymmetric banquettes, trying to ignore the fact that the carpet is covered in huge images of moths.The mystery object, a crisp, greyish wafer dusted in sweet white powder, was passed back and forward between us. Last year he moved to Edinburgh and opened 21212, a restaurant with rooms on the edge of the New Town. At Juniper, Kitching served feasts of up to 30 tiny dishes, which might include beef with lemon curd, or cheddar cheese ice cream.To our growing frustration, neither of us could identify it, though the taste was intense and maddeningly familiar. Prudent Edinburgh, by contrast, is hardly known for its embrace of all things indulgent and playful.However due to the nature of the attraction some floor surfaces are uneven.Access is also gained via stairs and lifts to the various levels of the attraction.Comedy pop musical following four 90s girls embarking on a wild night of speed dating, meeting Mr Wrongs and Mr Rights along the way.
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Sample new dishes and drinks whilst overlooking one of the capital’s most distinctive landmarks, St Paul’s. Tickets are strictly limited and based on a first come first serve basis.
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