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…

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.

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…

The Creperie, Brighton – Review

This post is a bit delayed, I actually ate at this super cute place back in May before weddings and THE CAKE. The Creperie was my selection for lunch on my now sisters hen party in Brighton. The brief was…

Top 5 Places to Eat in Bristol – Review

For the last couple of years after university, I have made Bristol my home. I love its madness and uniqueness.  There’s many times you walk down the street and see something you weren’t expecting (I can’t give you examples in…

Chilli Pickle Canteen, Brighton – Review

I read a ton of food blogs. A crazy amount of blogs from all around the world covering a vast number of subjects (obviously still in food) which particularly gets me excited for new food trends and partially scared for my…

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…

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…


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