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 short…

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 bring 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. It’s…

April 2014 Bean to Bar Tastings {Review – Cocoa Runners Parcel}

It’s not every day you open your post to the word intensity is in bold letters. That’s the joy of my monthly Cocoa Runners parcel for you. When it comes to cocoa solids content sometimes it’s just a number. I…

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…

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…

March 2014 Bean to Bar Tastings {Review – Cocoa Runners Parcel}

Easter is coming! Dust off your bonnets and egg hunt baskets! Yes I do have an Easter bonnet, very Jane Austin. I’m not quite sure how I managed but I did indeed manage to make my first Cocoa Runner Chocolate…

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…

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