Tagged: food and drink

Starters

Thaikhun, Nottingham review*

Last Friday we made our way to Thaikhun in Nottingham, situated in the Intu Centre for date night. Although it was situated in a shopping centre, walk through the doors and you feel just...

Tamper Coffee, Sheffield review

I recently met my friend for brunch at Tamper Coffee in Sheffield. There are two branches in the city and we went to the Sellers Wheel brand on Arundel Street. Situated near Sheffield Hallam...

Boo Leicester

Boo Leicester review*

As serial lovers of fast food, my boyf and I were invited to try out Boo in Leicester last week. I’d describe Boo as sort of higher quality fast food outlet – a bit...

Bodega food

Bodega Derby review*

You might remember that a few weeks ago we were lucky enough to be invited to the opening of Bodega in Derby. We enjoyed it so much that we couldn’t wait to go back...

How to eat like you’re abroad every day

Unless you’re really lucky or an amazing successful travel blogger, you can’t be on holiday all the time. So to get that holiday feeling at home why not eat like you’re abroad every night?...

Travelodge Derby

How to spend a weekend in Derby

If you know me then you might be a bit confused right about now. Yes, I did just spend the last weekend in Derby which is only 20 miles away from where I live....

Wax

Wax, Watergate Bay review

So it was kind of an accident that we ended up eating at Wax in Watergate Bay during our Cornwall trip. I had a bit of an epic fail; booked Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen in...

The Cornish Arms

The Cornish Arms, St Merryn review

The Cornish Arms is situated in St Merryn, about 10 minutes’ walk from where we stayed on our Cornwall trip and is owned by Rick Stein. Rick Stein has lots of restaurants and food...

Herd steak

Herd Steakhouse, Matlock review

This weekend we finally got to try out the hotly anticipated new restaurant in Matlock, Herd Steakhouse. A group of us went for dinner before going to see one of my friends singing with...