Published 15 May 2013 07:30 0
I STARE reproachfully at the lime pickle nestling in its gleaming silver bowl, a menacing mix of green and brown. A huge fan of Indian food, lime pickle is the one dish that fills me with dread. A bad mouthful can leave you feeling like you've swallowed a lump of heavily spiced detergent, while a good one leaves your tongue tingling. I needn't have worried - this homemade sauce is delicate and delicious.
The Hinds Head in Bray is a pub which dates back to the 15th century and was converted into a restaurant in the 1920s.
From the shivers-down-the-spine opener, I Am Disappeared, to a decisive closing double bill of Photosynthesis and Dan's Song, Frank Turner held The Hexagon in the palm of his hand last night.
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- Reviewed: Macbeth at Reading Library with Quite Nice Theatre
- Reviewed: Ed Sheeran at Rivermead
- Reviewed: The Woman In Black at Theatre Royal Windsor
- Reviewed: The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde
- Reviewed: Exit Ten at Sub89
- Reviewed: The Tempest at The Watermill, Newbury
- Art comes to Reading Minster with Whitley Arts Festival
- Reviewed: Teddy Time at Windsor Firestation
- Reviewed: Freeze The Atlantic at Windsor Firestation
- Reviewed: Dreamboats and Petticoats at Theatre Royal Windsor
MYRA is dying, her husband has buried his emotions, while their two daughters - one scared of hospitals, the other of death - struggle to accept their mother's fate.
- Restaurant reviews: The Three Tuns, Slough
- Some Like It Hotter set to dazzle at Windsor Theatre Royal
- Theatre reviewed: The Sainsbury Singers' Jekyll & Hyde
- VIDEO: Slough Philharmonic Orchestra rehearse The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
- Restaurant reviews: Fusionz, Langley
- VIDEO: The Guide chats to Pete Doyle from Reading Rock Academy