Tuck Box: Haddon scents success

Jamie (left) and Manny Monaghan at Haddon Hall
Jamie (left) and Manny Monaghan at Haddon Hall

Medieval Haddon Hall near Bakewell launched its floral-themed summer season in appropriate style – serving specially-devised cocktails, inspired by botanicals in the gardens.

The cocktails were created by brothers Jamie and Manny Monaghan who will be serving the range over the coming weeks at their Buxton bar, Monk. Ingredients include lavender, coriander, roses and rocket.


Mexican food specialist Street Food Chef is to open its fourth city outlet, at 376 Sharrow Vale Road.

The business, founded six years ago by Abi and Richard Golland, already has branches in Pinstone Street, Arundel Street and Glossop Road.

Abi says: “We always had the vision to create a string of outlets in Sheffield and the concept works really well here. It seemed a natural location for us.”

The new Street Food Chef outlet will specialise in the company’s signature burritos, nachos, tacos, quesadillas and dips. It is expected to open in July.


Rowley’s in Baslow has marked its 10th anniversary by going back to its roots... Opened by Michelin-starred Max Fischer and head chef Rupert Rowley in 2006, the place has now been refurbished and updated as a ‘village pub and restaurant’ – Rowley’s at the Prince of Wales.


Jack Baker and Jack Windsor from the Castle Inn at Bradway narrowly beat Joanne and Russ Housley of Whirlow Hall Farm to win the first heat of Sheff’s Chefs 2016. Judges were Sheffield College lecturers Mick Burke and Joe Hunt.