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Popworld Wins Best Bar None Award 2019

Popworld, the party themed bar on Bridge Street, has won the overall Guildford Best Bar None award and the Best Late night Venue award in a presentation at the Electric…

Shahin’s Curry Night Raises £1,000 For Mayor’s Charities

The Shahin Indian restaurant on Woodbridge Hill has once again supported the Mayor of Guildford’s chosen charities by hosting a curry night. This year £,1000 was raised and the funds…

New Greek Restaurant To Open In Chapel Street

By Hugh Coakley A new Greek restaurant called Theion, meaning divine, is aiming to open in the old Centenary Hall in Chapel Street, Guildford, early in May. It will be…

Norbury Park Farm Cheese – The ‘Only Cheesemaker In Surrey’

by Hugh Coakley Neil and Michaela Allam make their beautiful Norbury Blue cheese on Sherbourne Farm, a very pleasant location on the Albury Estate, owned by the Duke of Northumberland.…

‘It Must Be Fresh’ Says Guildford’s Redber Coffee Roasters

by Hugh Coakley Freshly roasted coffee is what Graham Jones and Petra Suchova, partners and owners of Redber Coffee Roasters, see as their strongest selling point; that and a promise…

Indie Of The Month: Amor Amora, The Epicurean Cafe

by Hugh Coakley To celebrate Guildford’s fantastic range and quality of independent shops, The Guildford Dragon NEWS will be running a regular feature called Indie of the Month. We will…

Delicious Dishes Continues Vegetarian Tradition At The Guildford Institute

By Hugh Coakley Delicious Dishes, a Surrey catering company, has stepped up to continue the tradition of the wonderful vegetarian restaurant at the Guildford Institute. The previous caterer, Beano, had…

The Shahin Wins 2018 South East Restaurant of the Year Award

By Hugh Coakley The Shahin has won the 2018 South East Restaurant of the Year award from the Bangladesh Caterers Association. “It is a very prestigious award,” said Yasmeen Deedar,…

Dish Of The Month: Veg And Cheese Bake

by Hugh Coakley Vegetarian dishes and a move away from meat with every meal is probably more on people’s minds than ever before. It is just not seen as a…

Feature: Optimism is the Seasonal Bouquet in Our Local Vineyards

Feature: Optimism is the Seasonal Bouquet in Our Local Vineyards

By Amina Sahbegovic It’s autumn and as the leaves fall, temperatures drop and days shorten, moods can be depressed. But not in our local vineyards. This year optimism is in…