I'm a sucker for a beautiful view, and the Spy Glass Inn in Ventnor, on the Isle of Wight, has that in spades. When you're standing on Ventnor Cove with its sheer cliffs and turquoise waters, it's hard not to feel like you've found your way into paradise. And that's exactly what we felt when… Continue reading The Spy Glass Inn, Ventnor
In late 2021, Claire and I visited Bob Bob Ricard in Soho for an evening meal. Upon arrival, we were greeted at the door and taken to our table. We left it a little late to book, so were unable to get a regular table in a booth, however, we managed to get a bar… Continue reading Bob Bob Ricard, Soho
From the outside, The Highwayman looks like a run-of-the-mill former coaching inn. However, it definitely deserves a closer look. At the front of the house, there is an authentic pub, and downstairs at the back is a restaurant. The restaurant is delightful, beautifully laid out with a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere. The main menu had… Continue reading The Highwayman, Berkhamsted
Inspired by the Irani cafes of Bombay, Dishoom is an Indian restaurant that holds a special place in many Londoners' hearts. The retro Mumbai ambiance renders the whole experience very evocative. So many people rave about it, that I felt like I was the only person who hadn't visited. It's been somewhere I've wanted to… Continue reading Eating My Way Through London: Dishoom
Sotto Sotto is such a popular dinner spot in Bath, you need to be sure to get a reservation in plenty of time, or else risk not getting in at all. The reviews are so good that we were keen to try it whilst in Bath, especially as we were all fans of Italian food.… Continue reading Sotto Sotto, Bath
A couple of months ago I ended up at L'Artista in Watford after a fun day at the Harry Potter studios in Leavesden. I'm not hugely familiar with Watford but this was a gem of a place with expansive pizzas and a bustling vibe. Could you tell I enjoyed it?
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
Brunch is my favouritest meal (as is breakfast, lunch...dinner). Josephine's in Nottingham is renowned as a place for afternoon tea but the brunch is worth checking out- I adored the Eggs Royale. The decor is gorgeous as well, with a lush Eastern vibe. You could spend hours there.
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 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