Coworth Park Afternoon Tea, Ascot, UK – Review

If you follow me on Instagram, you might think my main diet is miniature patisseries and cucumber sandwiches for my love an afternoon tea. Next on my list is the charming Coworth Park, Ascot. Coworth Park is a luxury country…

Gambas Restaurant, Bristol – Review

With the evenings getting lighter and ever so warmer, it gets me greedy for gambas, all sorts of tapas and chilled sherry. What better place to head to than Gambas, located at the buzzing Wapping Wharf in Bristol, looking out…

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Working as a Food Technologist, through my blog I take my love for all things food through to my travels to discover new cultures, recipe development in my kitchen and sharing restaurant reviews.

Dominique Ansel’s Afternoon Tea, London – Review

I’ve written before about my top Themed Afternoon Teas in London, but I think I have a new favourite topping the list, in the form of Dominique Ansel’s Afternoon Tea in London. The inventor of the Cronut™, The Cookie Shot…

Zara’s Chocolates, Bristol – Review

With the weather having a nip in the air, I went on a hunt for the best hot chocolate in Bristol. The hunt was quickly over with one stop to Zara’s Chocolates. If you’ve been following my Instagram for a…

Aladdin Afternoon Tea, Cutter & Squidge – Review

What would you do if a genie granted you three wishes? Money? Cars? Afternoon Teas? Just me then? My cousins and I set off on an adventure to find our own Genie to get our three wishes at an Aladdin…

Top Themed Afternoon Teas in London – Review

Afternoon teas are an English institute, that normally you shouldn’t mess with. You can always start a heated debate amongst friends if you suggest whether to jam your scone before the clotted cream (I mean they would be wrong, cream on…

Mast Brothers, London – Review

My cousin and I like to go on food adventures, they are better than normal adventures. When we found out that Mast Brothers, one of the founders of the bean to bar chocolate movement was opening a factory/shop/cafe/cool space in…

Café Royal Hotel, Dessert Bar, London – Review

My cousin is particularly good in agreeing to join me on my mad brain foodie adventures. Normally I will pitch it to my cousin and straight away I will get the answer, ‘Yes, when?’ When I saw that there was…

Silo, Brighton – Review

As mentioned before, I’m lucky that I’m close to my brother and sister in law. They just make me so happy to be with and love that they are foodies too. Recently visiting their new pad in Brighton, I met…

The Ginger Fox, Brighton – Review

My brother and sister in law have recently moved to Brighton from London so I’ve been having fun when visiting them discovering a whole new area of great foodie places. A few weeks ago I visited with a couple of…

Biscuiteers, London – Review

It’s been a while but the cousins are BACK! And this time we’re decorating biscuits. God help us all! It’s been a long time since we’ve had a meetup, get a bit crazy, have a big meal and attempt a…

Top 5 Sweet Treat Spots In London – Review

There’ are so many great places in London to grab a quick sweet treat, so if I’ve missed your favourite drop me a line and tell where I should try. Drum roll please…. in no particular order my top 5…

La Pâtisserie des Rêves, London – Review

You would think after all of the wonderful food that I tried at Taste of London the other week that I would have had my fill of fantastic foodie adventures. After all, we did demolish 16 dishes between us. But…

Playground Coffee House, Bristol – Review

When I was little, I saw drinking coffee as an adult thing to do. Those grown-ups needed this magic elixir to get moving in the mornings. As a kid anything, coffee flavour was gross. Oh, have times changed now? Now…


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