British Street Food Awards South West & Wales Heats – Review

A couple of years ago I was hooked on watching video podcasts. They were on all sorts of things, some nerdier than others. One particular favourite of mine was this dude travelling all over America and eating at food trucks.…

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…

About FoodNerd

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.

Pieminister, Cardiff – Review

I will always have a soft spot for Cardiff. I lived there for three years while studying Food Science at university and will always consider it a second home. With the most ridiculously happy smiley passionate people for a big…

The Urban Standard, Bristol – Review

There’s a new kid in town. Nestled amongst the independent cafe’s and trinket shops on Gloucester Road in Bristol, is a new restaurant that just sprung up. Looking like it would be well suited in Soho, the sexy  The Urban…

Annie Mae’s Mac & Cheese, London – Review

This post is super delayed. I don’t mean like missing a major holiday by a day or two, but actually 9 months delayed. Bad blogger. I’ve had these pictures on my memory card meaning to create this post for so…

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…

The Social, Bristol – Review

It seems most of the time I eat all my flouncy meals on the weekend when I have more time to play than in the weekday evenings when I want to be curled up on the sofa not moving. But…

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…

Franco Manca, London – Review

This is a super delayed post, I actually went to this restaurant after chocolate making at Paul. A Young’s with my cousin back in NOVEMBER! Yep, I’m that behind. Maybe I was being a tad selfish and wanted to keep…

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…

Wahaca, London – Review

You’ve heard me mention before that me and my cousin has a very nerdy spreadsheet that contains all the restaurants we see on other blogs or are recommend to us, so that we can work through all this delicious places…

The Hobgoblin, Bristol – Review

I like meat.  I really like meat, I really have never considered being a vegetarian. When I had a recent routine blood test, I did think the doctor was going to tell me that my blood was made up of…

Joe’s Southern Kitchen, London – Review

A few weeks ago I had the good fortune to win wine tasting for me and five people. Straight away I knew the friends that needed to come to help me out with the hard task. They were picked based…

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…

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