Monday, 7 January 2013

Docking at the Tea Harbour


There's a lovely restaurant in Bolton called the Tea Harbour. My wife and I went in one Thursday afternoon imagining that it would just serve speciality teas and that the dumplings I'd ordered would be the standard British variety. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food (not to mention the tea!) and we've been back every Thursday since that initial visit.

The homemade vegetable soup is lovely, while the dumplings are a Polish dish called Pierogi. All the recipes are from Poland.

The above video is my review of the Tea Harbour and was made with the kind permission of the restaurant's proprietors.

Thanks to legendary composer Ken Freeman for allowing me to use some of his music in the presentation, and thanks, as ever, to Theresa Cutts who filmed and edited the piece.

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