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https://plus.google.com/104953739521451003540 Joe Marzilli's Old Canteen Italian Restaurant : Joe Marzilli's Old Canteen was featured in BBC America's new restaurant series, Million Dollar Critic...
Joe Marzilli's Old Canteen was featured in BBC America's new restaurant series, Million Dollar Critic. Restaurant critic Giles Coren visits Providence in search of fine cuisine. #milliondollarcritic #providencerhodeisland #federalhill #italianfood  
Providence | Episode 5 | Season 1 | Million Dollar Critic
Giles Coren is here to find out if Providence’s food is really that good.
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https://plus.google.com/110601015707833237477 JMG111 : RT Giles Coren: You know what I hate? I hate, "at the minute". A minute is just a passage of 60 seconds...
RT Giles Coren: You know what I hate? I hate, "at the minute". A minute is just a passage of 60 seconds, you dainty fuckhead. The phrase is "at the moment".
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https://plus.google.com/103819089024355649142 Temple Street : Don't miss the +Million Dollar Critic +Giles Coren as he visits Quebec City during Le Carnaval. This...
Don't miss the +Million Dollar Critic +Giles Coren as he visits Quebec City during Le Carnaval. This Thursday on +BBC America !
Watch the video: Le Carnaval, Quebec City Style - Million Dollar Critic
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Giles visits icy Quebec City during Le Carnaval de Quebec. Don't miss Million Dollar Critic on BBC America! http://www.bbcamerica.com/million-dollar-critic/s...
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https://plus.google.com/110482403156519972275 How Can We Help You? : Giles Coren: ‘How fussy can you be about a burger?’ - http://bit.ly/1DPZDw4
Giles Coren: ‘How fussy can you be about a burger?’ - http://bit.ly/1DPZDw4
Giles Coren: ‘How fussy can you be about a burger?’ – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
Giles McCoren puts his lunch money where his mouth is. Which do you think is the best restaurant in London? The River Café? Too expensive. Dabbous? Waiting list too long. The Wolseley? Too elitist....
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https://plus.google.com/102974638808683592789 Johnson & Wales University : +BBC America's #MillionDollarCritic Giles Coren visited Providence + found “a rapidly expanding restaurant...
+BBC America's #MillionDollarCritic Giles Coren visited Providence + found “a rapidly expanding restaurant scene” that is “actually driving the economy out of recession, rather than merely following it.”

Giles bestowed his #MillionDollarReview to #JWUAlumni restaurant Nick’s on Broadway, run by Derek Wagner '99. Have a listen:

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Million Dollar Critic: Giles Coren's Providence Restaurant Review
Giles Coren learns the value of brunch.
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https://plus.google.com/111054784060331166746 Esquire UK : Remember that time Giles Coren learned to fight? #longreads:
Remember that time Giles Coren learned to fight? #longreads:
Giles Coren Learns Krav Maga

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https://plus.google.com/117109859114419231858 thomas simcock : My first pancake left a lot to be desired unfortunately. However the next six were absolute perfection...
My first pancake left a lot to be desired unfortunately. However the next six were absolute perfection i didn't photo them though. Used lemon orange sugar and honey in various combinations. Take that Giles Coren .
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https://plus.google.com/112091966567179391562 Neil Turner : Today I'm blogging about people who've accidentally signed-up for Amazon Prime Yesterday, Amazon Prime...
Today I'm blogging about people who've accidentally signed-up for Amazon Prime

Yesterday, Amazon Prime was in the news, after various people found out they’d signed up for it without realising. This included Times journalist Giles Coren, who had some choice words for Amazon on Twitter when he discovered he’d been paying for it for…
Sub-prime target - Neil Turner's Blog
Yesterday, Amazon Prime was in the news, after various people found out they'd signed up for it without realising. This included Times journalist Giles Cor
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https://plus.google.com/117203191677463660546 LandlordZONE : Giles Coren declares war on Amazon Prime over free trial - Restaurant critic, not known for restraint...
Giles Coren declares war on Amazon Prime over free trial - Restaurant critic, not known for restraint, gets upset over yearly £79 subscription to Prime, appearing to think free trial lasted indefinitely Continue reading... http://ow.ly/2UJZMI
Giles Coren declares war on Amazon Prime over free trial
Restaurant critic, not known for restraint, gets upset over yearly £79 bill for Prime, appearing to think free trial lasted indefinitely
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Giles Coren declares war on Amazon Prime over free trial - Restaurant critic, not known for restraint, gets upset over yearly £79 subscription to Prime, appearing to think free trial lasted indefinitely Continue reading... http://ow.ly/2UJZtS
Giles Coren declares war on Amazon Prime over free trial
Restaurant critic, not known for restraint, gets upset over yearly £79 bill for Prime, appearing to think free trial lasted indefinitely
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https://plus.google.com/102948448436599955870 Griffin Bars : Giles Coren: ‘Smoking – it’s so twentieth century’ - http://bit.ly/1y4x1Zn
Giles Coren: ‘Smoking – it’s so twentieth century’ - http://bit.ly/1y4x1Zn
Giles Coren: ‘Smoking – it’s so twentieth century’ – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London
Giles Coren thinks fags are stunting London's growth. Two squares in Bristol last week became the first smoke-free outdoor places in Britain. 'Ha, ha, "squares" is right!' you cry. 'How totally unc...
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Food critic Giles Coren criticises Birmingham: This fantastic city has endured more than its fair share...
Food critic Giles Coren criticises Birmingham: This fantastic city has endured more than its fair share of jibes from these snobs

There is an arrogance among the self-styled elite of London, those insulated luvvies who make pronouncements about the so-called provinces with little knowledge of the subject on which they are pontificating. And this fantastic city has endured more than its fair share of jibes from these snobs. This is especially true of our restaurant scene – sometimes thought by out-of-touch London-based pundits to comprise solely of the Balti Belt. Giles Coren might well have been misquoted when he was accused of dismissing Brum’s culinary scene. But that does not alter the fact that Birmingham has received far too few plaudits for its restaurants, which range from bargain establishments to high-end eateries that have rightly earned Michelin stars. Indeed, venture to eat in the capital and you may well encounter much-vaunted Michelin starred restaurants that are no better than Birmingham places that have yet to be awarded that honour. The truth is, it is possible to eat brilliantly in Brum – whether cheaply, mid-range and expensively. Our restaurants come from a variety of culinary traditions, but whatever their standard are unstuffy and welcoming. Source: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/
http://birnews.com/food-critic-giles-coren-criticises-birmingham-this-fantastic-city-has-endured-more-than-its-fair-share-of-jibes-from-these-snobs/
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https://plus.google.com/108863570819821030382 Cad & The Dandy, Castle Court : The superior fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex Toronto...
The superior fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford, via BBC America's Million Dollar Critic - http://bbc.in/1zeN9rt
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https://plus.google.com/108089001298131501447 Birmingham Mail : How not to dig yourself out of a hole... think Giles Coren will visit #Birmingham anytime soon?
How not to dig yourself out of a hole... think Giles Coren will visit #Birmingham anytime soon?
Food critic Giles Coren brands Brummies: 'Bumpkins, yokels, and one-eyes'
Restaurant reviewer sparked controversy condemning Brum's 'posh' eateries as 'not my kind of thing at all'
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https://plus.google.com/110610253553429508171 Leeds news : Critic Giles Coren says food in Leeds is ‘rubbish’ HE’S A food critic known for his no-holds-barred...
Critic Giles Coren says food in Leeds is ‘rubbish’

HE’S A food critic known for his no-holds-barred style and writes for some of the most sophisticated magazines. Now Giles Coren, 45, has sparked a Twitter storm after condemning food in Leeds as “rubbish” and “poor” and saying one noted eaterie in the city was a “charming spot but it serves very ordinary food. Clumsy bistro standards from the 1970s”. When fellow Twitter users questioned him, he said: “Yorkshire is good in parts.” Yorkshire FoodFinder responded with sarcasm: “Thanks for ‘Yorks is good in parts’ crumb – most honoured!” Coren, who writes for The Times, responded: “I don’t even mean it. I’m just being nice.” The spat began after a BBC journalist in the Midlands wrote a piece headlined: “Is there culinary life outside London?” Coren said Leeds’s restaurant scene was also “rubbish”. Source: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/
http://leedsinnews.com/critic-giles-coren-says-food-in-leeds-is-rubbish/
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https://plus.google.com/112711919600116791153 Cad & The Dandy, Savile Row : The benefits of the fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex ...
The benefits of the fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford, via BBC America's Million Dollar Critic - http://bbc.in/1zeN9rt
Giles Coren Dines with Rob Ford
The Million Dollar Critic visits a food truck with the former mayor, and shows some love for Julia in Toronto.
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https://plus.google.com/105868481037934022607 Cad & The Dandy, Birchin Lane : The benefits of the fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex ...
The benefits of the fit of a Cad & The Dandy suit, illustrated perfectly here by Giles Coren and ex Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford, via BBC America's Million Dollar Critic - http://bbc.in/1zeN9rt
Giles Coren Dines with Rob Ford
The Million Dollar Critic visits a food truck with the former mayor, and shows some love for Julia in Toronto.
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https://plus.google.com/110610253553429508171 Leeds news : Food fight: Is there culinary life outside London? The jury appears to be out – Birmingham's "first...
Food fight: Is there culinary life outside London?

The jury appears to be out – Birmingham's "first-rate restaurant scene" is lauded by guide books naming it among the top 10 cities in the world but one of the nation's own top restaurant critics would rather leave the country than sample the "rubbish" delights of Brum. Times writer and food critic Giles Coren said Birmingham was not well-served by restaurants and was "just a bit rubbish" when compared to similar-sized cities in Europe. "Sorry, I've eaten in its posh ones and they're not my sort of thing at all," he said. Mr Coren said Leeds's restaurant scene was also "rubbish" and Liverpool's "was worse". He said there were some good restaurants in Bristol, Manchester and Cheltenham, but added: "Honestly, if I'm going out of London to eat it's more productive to leave the country." And he is not alone. Another well-known food critic, who wished to remain anonymous, said Birmingham was not a competitor to London and ranked "quite a way below Edinburgh, Bristol and Manchester." Are they being a bit harsh? Birmingham has four Michelin-starred restaurants – more than any other English city apart from London. Edinburgh has five, Liverpool has one and Bristol and Bath each have three. Carters of Moseley was named the nation's Readers' Restaurant of the Year by the Waitrose Good Food Guide in September. Manchester – so often Birmingham's bitter rival when it comes to determining England's second city – has no Michelin-starred eateries. Travel handbook company Rough Guide praised Birmingham's food scene when it named it one of the best cities in the world recently. Birmingham is also home to Cadbury, the Balti and, according to Marketing Birmingham, has a wider selection of Asian and Indian restaurants than anywhere else in the country. Glynn Purnell, whose restaurant Purnell's is one of Birmingham's Michelin-starred dining destinations, said Giles Coren's comments were "pathetic" and shouted of "utter ignorance". "I would not want him to come near my restaurant," he said. He said Birmingham would never compete with London, which he said was on a pedestal with the likes of Tokyo and New York, but he said the city was an exciting place to eat. "Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh have a good food scene but I think we can stand up against any city in the country," he said. Marco Pierre White said Birmingham – like many other cities – had come a long way when it comes to its restaurants. Speaking from the 25th floor of Birmingham's Cube building, where he has a steakhouse, he said: "Back in the mid-80s, Birmingham was very industrial. "The walls of the buildings were still black with soot. It's quite cosmopolitan now. "The food scene has changed and it's improved enormously." And it is not just fine dining. In 2012 the Digbeth Dining Club was launched, providing punters with locally sourced street food ranging from toasties to Jamaican fare. It's won the British Street Food Awards 'Best Street Food Event in the UK' 2013 & 2014. There's also Birmingham's Secret Dining Society, where like-minded food enthusiasts liaise on social media before meeting and dining together at a mystery location. Those who want to take part receive information about the meeting place seven days before the event. Marketing Birmingham said there were more than 200 restaurants, cafés and bars providing food in Birmingham city centre alone, serving cuisine from 27 different countries. It said the restaurant industry in Birmingham was worth £442 million and employed around 25,000 people. Marco said London would "always dominate the restaurant scene because it has the money" but Birmingham, he said, was a "proper city" where you can have as good a night as anywhere else. Even Marketing Manchester said it was "unmistakably true it [Manchester] does lag behind Birmingham" when it comes to high-end dining. "Twenty years ago the restaurant scene was awful in Manchester," said group spokesman Jonathan Gough. "Previously, I'm not sure there was a demand. It's only recently Manchester has caught on to high end dining. "Before, people did not want to pay that sort of money for a night out." But, he said, the city does have "an array of different restaurants and cuisine". He also said some restaurants in the city were closing in on a Michelin Star. These include The French, run by former Marco Pierre White protégée Simon Rogan, whose Cumbria restaurant L'Enclume already has two stars, and Manchester House, owned by Great British Menu winning chef Aiden Byrne. Manchester also has its own "Curry Mile" in Rusholme with dozens of takeaways, shisha cafes and restaurants. Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland, said: "Birmingham received its first star 10 years ago and it has been pretty well represented since then. "The current crop of stars all focus very much on using top quality ingredients and there is plenty of innovation and imagination – even when dishes have very strong classical roots. "Almost inevitably London is still the epicentre of the British food scene. Birmingham fares very well compared to other major regional cities." Which is England's second city for food and restaurants? Send your thoughts to locallive@bbc.co.uk Source: http://www.bbc.com/
http://leedsinnews.com/food-fight-is-there-culinary-life-outside-london/
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https://plus.google.com/110437659598561877123 Birmingem News : Where is the second best city for food in England? Birmingham's "first-rate restaurant scene" was praised...
Where is the second best city for food in England?

Birmingham's "first-rate restaurant scene" was praised when it was named as one of the top 10 cities in the world recently. So with its four Michelin-starred eateries, compared with none in Manchester and just one in Liverpool, is the city emerging as a genuine alternative to London? It's a crisp, bright morning and on the 25th floor of Birmingham's Cube building journalists have gathered to see Marco Pierre White, one of the original celebrity chefs, relaunch his book. The 53-year-old, whose steakhouse is based in the building, believes Birmingham – like many other cities – has come a long way when it comes to its restaurants. "Back in the mid-80s, Birmingham was very industrial," he said. "The walls of the buildings were still black with soot. It's quite cosmopolitan now. "The food scene has changed and it's improved enormously." Away from the fine-dining, in 2012 the Digbeth Dining Club was launched, providing punters with locally sourced street food ranging from toasties to Jamaican fare. It's won the British Street Food Awards 'Best Street Food Event in the UK' 2013 & 2014. There's also Birmingham's Secret Dining Society, where like-minded food enthusiasts liaise on social media before meeting and dining together at a mystery location. Those who want to take part receive information about the meeting place seven days before the event. Marketing Birmingham said there were more than 200 restaurants, cafés and bars providing food in Birmingham city centre alone, serving cuisine from 27 different countries. Marco said London would "always dominate the restaurant scene because it has the money" but Birmingham, he said, was a "proper city" where you can have as good a night as anywhere else. But the chef may have trouble persuading critics the second city is a genuine alternative to London. Times writer Giles Coren said Birmingham was not well-served by restaurants and "just a bit rubbish" when compared to similar-sized cities in Europe. "Sorry, I've eaten in its posh ones and they're not my sort of thing at all," he said. Mr Coren said Leeds's restaurant scene was also "rubbish" and Liverpool's "was worse". He said there were some good restaurants in Bristol, Manchester and Cheltenham, but added: "Honestly, if I'm going out of London to eat it's more productive to leave the country." Another well-known food critic, who wished to remain anonymous, said Birmingham was not a competitor to London and ranked "quite a way below Edinburgh, Bristol and Manchester." Are they being a bit harsh? Birmingham has four Michelin-starred restaurants – more than any other English city apart from London. Edinburgh has five, Liverpool has one and Bristol and Bath each have three. Carters of Moseley was named the nation's Readers' Restaurant of the Year by the Waitrose Good Food Guide in September. Manchester – so often Birmingham's bitter rival when it comes to determining England's second city – has no Michelin-starred eateries. Travel handbook company Rough Guide praised Birmingham's food scene when it named it one of the best cities in the world recently. Birmingham is also home to Cadbury, the Balti and, according to Marketing Birmingham, has a wider selection of Asian and Indian restaurants than anywhere else in the country. Glynn Purnell, whose restaurant Purnell's is one of Birmingham's Michelin-starred dining destinations, said Giles Coren's comments were "pathetic" and shouted of "utter ignorance". "I would not want him to come near my restaurant," he said. He said Birmingham would never compete with London, which he said was on a pedestal with the likes of Tokyo and New York, but he said the city was an exciting place to eat. "Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh have a good food scene but I think we can stand up against any city in the country," he said. Even Marketing Manchester said it was "unmistakably true it [Manchester] does lag behind Birmingham" when it comes to high-end dining. "Twenty years ago the restaurant scene was awful in Manchester," said group spokesman Jonathan Gough. "Previously, I'm not sure there was a demand. It's only recently Manchester has caught on to the high-end food thing. "Before, people did not want to pay that sort of money for a night out." But, he said, the city does have "an array of different restaurants and cuisine". He also said some restaurants in the city were closing in on a Michelin Star. These include The French, run by former Marco Pierre White protégée Simon Rogan, whose Cumbria restaurant L'Enclume already has two stars, and Manchester House, owned by Great British Menu winning chef Aiden Byrne. Manchester also has its own "Curry Mile" in Rusholme with dozens of takeaways, shisha cafes and restaurants. Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland, said: "Birmingham received its first star 10 years ago and it has been pretty well represented since then. "The current crop of stars all focus very much on using top quality ingredients and there is plenty of innovation and imagination – even when dishes have very strong classical roots. "Almost inevitably London is still the epicentre of the British food scene. Birmingham fares very well compared to other major regional cities." Which is England's second city for food and restaurants? Send your thoughts to locallive@bbc.co.uk Source: http://www.bbc.com/
http://birnews.com/where-is-the-second-best-city-for-food-in-england/
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