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Five New Foodies to Know About
Eat and Drink
September 2021
Reading time 10 Minutes

From brand new pizza parlours to a new sun-trap terrace café and a delicious Japanese ramen bar, here are five new foodies you need to know about

Whether it’s Yorkshire or the North East, we’ve got the newest places to be visiting.
House of Fu

The Best of Broth 

Leeds’ latest ramen bar recently opened its doors to hungry customers looking for delicious Japanese-style food. After starting out as a pop-up food vendor, House of Fu went on to win British Streetfood’s Best of the Best award, and has been looking for the perfect venue to settle into ever since. Taking influences from Tokyo and LA, this ramen bar has a range of tasty broths including spicy chicken over Sapporo noodles, chashu, yuzu, roast tomato and spring onions, finished with an egg and nori. House of Fu also offer vibrant rice bowls alongside gyoza and kimchi. 

House of Fu

5-19 The Headrow, Leeds LS1 6PU

hellohouseoffu.com


Burd's Cafe 200 degrees coffee shop Pinkis Scoop Shop

Tea on the Terrace

Enjoy the last of the summer weather at Burds Café which has recently opened in the Gatehouse on Burdon Terrace in Jesmond. Offering up cakes and coffee, alongside a range of brunch dishes, this sun-trap terrace café is the perfect place to head to this month. Check out their best-selling whipped goats’ cheese and pickled beetroot salad which is topped with orange slices, sourdough croutons, toasted almonds and pea shoots. Oh, and they’re dog-friendly too! 

Burds Café

2 Burdon Terrace, Jesmond NE2 3AD

instagram.com/burdscafe


A New Brew 

Known for their signature coffee made using their own roasted beans, 200 Degrees has recently opened their third Yorkshire-based coffee shop, on Low Petergate, York. Working with a number of speciality coffee importers who give these gurus access to beans from around the world, 200 Degrees serve up smoothly blended coffee within a relaxing coffee shop atmosphere. Pick up your own bag of coffee beans whilst you're there so you can enjoy a cup of the black stuff at home – our favourite is the Brazilian Love Affair. 

200 Degrees Coffee Shop 

68 Low Petergate, York YO1 7HT 

200degs.com


Cream of the Crop 

With more than 700 build-your-own combinations available, Pinki’s Scoop Shop is the latest venture from Pom Kitchen, Sheffield’s most instagramable café. Offering a range of ice cream flavours, all suitable for vegans, as well as sharing sundaes and ice cream cocktails, Pinki’s has something to keep everyone cool this summer. Find the parlour at the Kommune kitchen space and be sure to look out for the totally tropical beach bum sundae served in a bucket and spade, and topped with edible sand. 

Pinki’s Scoop Shop 

Kommune, Castle House, Angle Street, Sheffield S3 8LS

instagram.com/pinkis_scoop_shop/



Proven People

A Slice of Heaven 

With a winning combination of good music and great food, Proven People is the newest restaurant to hit Sunderland’s Burdon Road. Offering delicious pizzas, including their signature crab and chilli toppings, as well as salads and small plates, this Sunderland venue is guaranteed to be the next local hotspot. Choose to dine inside the totally refurbished restaurant and enjoy the live DJ, or dine al fresco in Proven People’s very own little garden.

Proven People

1-2 Burdon Road, Sunderland SR1 1QB

facebook.com/provenpeoplesunderland 



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