What to Do and Where to Eat this Week | Living North

What to Do and Where to Eat this Week


An Inspector calls
Award-winning productions and mighty-fine breweries

If you’re a fan of multi-award winning productions of classic thrillers, than you’re in luck – An Inspector Calls heads to Hull this Tuesday, straight after a sell-out West End season. When Inspector Goole arrives unexpectedly at the prosperous Birling family home, their peaceful dinner party is shattered by his investigations into the death of a young woman. But will he uncover the truth before it’s too late? 

Styled to reflect the bustling curb-side food stalls found in Hong Kong, Bangkok and Tokyo Sumo Pan Asian have brought the sights, smells and tastes of Asian street food to Beverley. Enjoy classic ramens and Asian-inspired salads at lunches, or fill up on (everyones favourite) bao buns, gyozas and spring rolls followed by traditional Japanese teppanyaki from their extensive evening menu.  

North East:
Join some of the North East’s finest breweries (and some from slightly further afield) as they serve up only the very best ales in Ouseburn’s special Autumn Advent Beer Festival this Friday. Brinkburn Street Brewery is one of our favourite spots for an after-work pint, and they’ll be serving up some of the tastiest food going to keep your strength up, as well as some stellar entertainment – all while you sup to your heart’s content.

The stylish bar cum restaurant, The Purple Peacock, opened its doors in Yarm last month and it is already turning heads with its exciting new menu. The food here is a feast for your eyes and your stomach, serving dishes inspired by the flavours of Asia. Try spiced ‘firecracker’ salmon, sticky pork belly with soured cucumber, or cauliflower and chickpea korma, accompanied by a theatrically-served cocktail of your choice. 

Published in: September 2019

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