Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside {Review – The Salt Rooms Afternoon …

Looking out across to Brighton Pier sat in The Salt Room, you can’t pick a more idyllic location for an afternoon tea. With the sun pouring into the dining room, the waves lapping onto the pebble beach. And that’s even…

Sunday Special {Review – Sunday Roast at The River Grille, The Bristol Hotel}

The Bristol Hotel has one of the best spots for people watching in the city, I discovered recently when tucking into my Sunday roast. Looking out to the harbourside, you see all sorts of walks of life, especially as the…

* Sponsored content
About FoodNerd

I eat. I travel. I blog. I repeat. Female Willy Wonka in Bristol with a love of travel, tequila, bacon and bean to bar chocolate.

How to Eat Globally, Locally {Review – 91 Ways Supper Clubs}

I love Bristol as a city. Stay for a while and then it will get under your skin, you’ll not want to leave. It unfolds and develops, showing off what makes it such a unique place. Want to know a…

Charming Cakes at Coworth {Review – Coworth Park Afternoon Tea, Ascot, UK}

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…

Greedy For Gambas {Review – Gambas Restaurant, Bristol, UK}

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…

Food of Amore {Review – Food Tour of Genoa, Italy}

I adore Italy to visit, the architecture, the countryside, the people and most importantly the food! When planning my holiday to Genova, Italy with the lovely Julianne from Part Time Passport Blog, I knew that we needed a food tour…

Passionate About Pasta {Review – Pasta Ripiena, Bristol}

Nestled in a side street of restaurants is Pasta Ripiena, Bristol the little sister of Pasta Loco, the setting of cosy delicious Italian food, that will have you moping your plates with the homemade focaccia bread to savour every drop…

Double, Double Toil and Trouble {Review – The Cauldron Restaurant, Bristol}

When you think of a cauldron, you probably have visions of potions and lotions being created in Harry Potter or curses being muttered by the witches in Macbeth. Or if you’re like me, dreaming of the wonderful food at The…

Springing Into Full Bloom {Review – Dominique Ansel’s Afternoon Tea, London}

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…

Taking A Chocolate Flight {Review – Zara’s Chocolates, Bristol}

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…

Let Me Tell You A Story {Review – Story, London}

I managed to celebrate my 30th birthday like a queen. I managed to spread out the celebrations for a whole year. One of my amazing gifts was a generous meal at Story in London, from my gorgeous girl friends. Having…

%d bloggers like this:

Looking for Something?