Foodie Adventures in the Scottish Highlands

I hope your 2022 is off to a good start so far? As well as wanting to be a food blogger, I’ve always fancied being a travel blogger. What could be better than travelling the world, writing about my experiences of eating great food and seeing interesting sights? Travel blogging is not quite an area… Continue reading Foodie Adventures in the Scottish Highlands

Eating my way though London: Nibbles at Drake and Morgan

I visited Drake and Morgan with a friend back in the summer. We were looking for a place to have a catch-up after Covid and felt a bit lost amongst the choice in Kings Cross. Drake and Morgan was one of the few places to have availability, plus the variety on the menu lured us… Continue reading Eating my way though London: Nibbles at Drake and Morgan

Zzang, Korean restaurant

Zzang is a cute and cosy Korean spot situated in London’s Swiss Cottage area. It was ideal to grab a bite to eat on a rainy afternoon. My friend Jo and I hadn’t eaten much Korean food beforehand, but this was a good intro. The food was fresh, tasty and comforting. We had the Udon… Continue reading Zzang, Korean restaurant

Dining out in beautiful Bedfordshire

Bedfordshire is a really under-rated place. In a 2018 YouGov poll, 42000 people named Bedfordshire as the least popular of the 42 countries. It seems to be a country that people pass through, rather than linger in. However, there is plenty to enjoy and experience in Bedfordshire, not least the food. Here is a round-up… Continue reading Dining out in beautiful Bedfordshire

Eating outside again (finally)

As the lockdown restrictions have eased, it’s been so good to be able to enjoy food and drink at a restaurant or cafe outside. I have been off work over the last week whilst transitioning between jobs, which has given me additional time to really make the most of it. Here is a round-up of… Continue reading Eating outside again (finally)

The Barbary, Covent Garden

Being labelled ‘the best restaurant in London’ gives The Barbary in Neal’s Yard a lot to live up to. The little sister of established London eatery The Palomar, the restaurant takes its inspiration from the Barbary coast. Good thing the food is amazing then…read my review on Weekend Notes here

Eat With A Friend Day

Today is Eat With A Friend Day! To honour this special occasion, this is exactly what I did. On our way to the light festival at Syon Gardens, my friend and I stopped off at at One Kew Road, Richmond, to have dinner. We both chose the spitroast chicken, drizzled in truffle and garlic sauce,… Continue reading Eat With A Friend Day