13 London Dessert Spots You Have To Try – Review

Looking for the most Instagrammable places in London to get your sugar hit? This ultimate guide to where to eat in London has got you covered! Here are 13 London Dessert Spots You Have To Try! From golden covered eclairs…

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…

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I eat. I travel. I blog. I repeat.
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.

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…

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…

Dum Dum Donutteries, London – Review

There’s something super sexy and naughty about sinking your teeth into a fresh doughnut. Almost something should be done behind closed doors, without anyone looking. Doughnuts have become the new food trend with variations of fried chicken toppings, used as…

Boston Tea Party, Bristol – Review

I love me some brunch. What isn’t to love about meal between breakfast and lunch. Even more so when you’ve been on a gin fuelled evening the night before.  Lucky for me, a Boston Tea Party has just opened on…

Peggy Porschen Cake Parlour, London – Review

Cookery Course. Meat Fest. Cupcakes. Surely this is the natural order of all cousin day trips? Not just mine with my cousins then?!? We had spent the morning busy making croissants, a large meaty lunch at MEATliquor and there was, of…

Breads Etcetera, London – Review

This weeks posts have an accidental breakfast theme about them. Well, it is supposed to be the most important meal of the day and therefore, should be respected. Before Christmas, I met a school friend in Clapham for brunch and…

Mayfair Chocolate Tour, London – Review

This post accidentally continues a series of kind of ‘Anti-Diet’ posts. Don’t get me wrong, I admire everyone being good after the festive binge and currently I’m sipping on a caffeine free tea but sometimes – actually a lot of…

Workshop Coffee Co., London – Review

On Saturday I met up with an old friend for brunch. As it happens when you meet up with a friend you haven’t seen in awhile brunch turned into an architectural tour of London which then turned into coffee to…

Cupcake Decorating at Primrose Bakery, London – Review

This is the third instalment of Cookery Courses with Cousins, which would actually make an interesting cookery programme! The first two was with my cousin Katherine, Rococo Easter Egg Decorating and Paul. A Young Brownie Masterclass. This time we had our two other cousins Sonia…


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