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National acclaim for Beverley restaurant
A Beverley restaurant has won acclaim from a national newspaper food critic who visited the town recently. Writing in The Sunday Times, Marina O’Loughlin described the Pig & Whistle in Sow Hill as a “terrific little restaurant” which she said was a cross between an Italian wine bar, French bistro and Spanish tapas bar.
Opened less than a year ago by James Allcock, former head chef of 1884 Dock Street Kitchen in Hull, Ms O’Loughlin praised both the Pig & Whistle’s atmosphere and food, including charcuterie and cheese plates as well as hot dishes such as breast of pheasant. “There’s a clever wine list and a lunchtime menu that is, for this bread and cheese obsessive, the very definition of heaven,” she wrote.