Shake Shack, London – Review

I’m sorry vegetarians. I really am….actually I’m not. It’s been rather meat-heavy here recently what with MEATLiquor and Grillstock and it’s gonna get meatier now. Shake Shack in London is very much the restaurant du jour at the moment, with huge…

MEATLiquor, London – Review

It’s been a while since the last Scoff Saturday with the ladies at The Potted Pig in Cardiff and even longer since we last fell in love with The Duck and Waffle back in January. As you can see there is…

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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.

Grillstock, Bristol – Review

It has been well documented that I’m no lady. And neither are my friends. We’re girlie in the sense we still cry at The Notebook and some times only chocolate will do. But when it comes to good BBQ and…

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…

The Stable, Bristol – Review

I’m really not cool. In fact, I’m geeky and clumsy. I manage to lose control of my limbs in social settings and in some cases, thrown my sunglasses to the ground in awkward silences. Smooth. So when my lovely work…

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…

The Crooked Billet, Henley-on-Thames – Review

When World War Two  broke out, my grandma was 18. She was currently working in a bank in Bournemouth. To help the war effort she was sent to Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, home of the Enigma and Code breaking. After…

Bristol Eats, Bristol – Review

I’m feral. I’m not refined. My dad constantly threatens I’m not too old to be sent to a Swiss finishing school, despite I’m 25. I’m not prim or proper. I like eating with my hands. But in my defence, there are times…

Cupcake Decorating at Primrose Bakery, London – Review

This is the third instalment of Cookery Courses with Cousins, which would actually make an interesting cookery programme! The first two was with my cousin Katherine, Rococo Easter Egg Decorating and Paul. A Young Brownie Masterclass. This time we had our two other cousins Sonia…

Fortnum & Mason Afternoon Tea, London – Review

One always needs refreshment after one attends an Easter Egg decorating course, my cousin and I arranged to take our mum’s to Fortnum and Mason for afternoon tea. We are nice like that. We had visited the Ice Cream Parlour at Fortnum…

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