The Fine Cheese Company, Bath – Review

This post is so long coming, that it’s actually ridiculous how long ago this all happened but discovering the pictures of such a lovely day I had back in November. That’s right November. Last Year. Bad Blogger. For my birthday my…

Jackson and Rye, London – Review

It’s been some time since the last cousin meat up – yes meat up! Finally, all our diaries matched up and we hit Laaaandon town to eat plenty of food and have a good gossip and laugh. I love a…

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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.

Gloucester Services Farm Shop – Review

Service stations in the UK are pretty grim with we’re being honest. The usual fast-food restaurants, florescent lights that is oh so flattering at midnight while stocking up on equally bad food for your journey. Opening in the last year,…

Brewhouse and Kitchen, Bristol – Review

There’s a new kid in town. Adding to the awesomeness of Cotham Hill in Bristol is Bristol Brewhouse & Kitchen. Making their own craft beers right there in the pub with their microbrewery. And their beer list is pretty special,…

Sticks and Broth, Bristol – Review

There has been an explosion of new restaurants in Bristol for an exciting bunny like myself to try. One of the new additions that has been on my list to try for ages is Sticks and Broth on Baldwin Street…

Meat Market, London – Review

What do you need to do when you’ve spent the Sunday morning decorating biscuits with your crazy cousins?? Go and eat a disgusting amount of meat of course. My love for MEATLiquor is well documented on my blog, even last…

Three Brothers Burgers, Bristol – Review

I love living in Bristol, there’s always something going on or a new place opening for you to visit all in the name of research. A new one for me is Three Brothers Burgers on the Spyglass Boat, the Welsh…

Return to Flesh and Buns, London – Review

The foodie Saturday continues, the pudding lunch and then on the need for something savoury… Wandering around the Soho area there was a magnetic pull to one of my favourite restaurants. A place that I dream of returning as soon as…

The Pudding Bar, London – Review

After battling the wind and rain we made it from Southbank to Soho in the search of sweet treats. I had seen on one of the many blogs I follow a wonderful ddreamlandwhere there is a menu completely made up…

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…

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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