The Pig, Bath – Review

I like pork. Lots of pork. There are times when a steak or chicken leg just won’t do it and a hunk of pork is needed. I was really excited when my cousin invited me to join them for Sunday…

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…

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.

Pollen Street Social, London – Review

For me, food is an incredibly social tool. It brings people together and is very evocative to certain memories. Of course over the years I’ve had meals by myself but I’ve never actually gone for a special meal by myself.…

Breakfast at Duck and Waffle, London – Review

I fall in love very quickly and it becomes an unwavering love that means I will cross-country to be with my love again. Sadly I’m not talking about a tall dark handsome man who sweeps me off my feet. No,…

Paul A. Young Chocolate Afternoon Tea, London – Review

Hope everyone is having a great Easter break and the fluffy bunny brought you plenty of chocolatey treats. I spent my Good Friday getting a rather flouncy chocolate fix with my cousin and her husband. By now you must be bored…

Bell’s Diner and Bar Rooms, Bristol – Review

It’s been a few months since our last Scoff Saturday. For people who haven’t heard of Scoff Saturday before, basically three of my really good university friends and myself meet up (meat up) for a food and prosecco blow out.…

Invictus, Paris – Review

From a young age, I have loved Disney. Little Mermaid was the first film I ever saw and at the ripe age of 26, I can still sing every song plus many more Disney songs. ‘Colours of the Wind’ –…

Elizabethan Feast, The Star and Dove, Bristol – Review

“If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it; that surfeiting, The appetite may sicken, and so die.” ― William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night 2013 has been the year of Shakespeare for me.  Firstly, I visited…

Purslane, Cheltenham – Review

Being a family of international jet setters, this year my family wasn’t together to celebrate Father’s Day together. My dad is a one of a kind dad, truly special and puts up with a lot of cheek from me and…

Bravas, Bristol – Review

I review a lot of restaurants that tend to not actually be near where I live, which is brilliant but also a shame as there are some fantastic restaurants in Bristol. I first went to Bravas on Cotham Hill in…

Taste of London Festival 2013, London – Review

I love trying out new food. Whether it’s new ingredients, new recipes or a new restaurant. I love the exchange of ideas and new trends that can come from eating out. That is why I try to go to the…

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