The Fine Cheese Company, Bath – Review

This post is so long coming, that it’s actually┬áridiculous how long ago this all happened but discovering the pictures of such a lovely day I had back in November. That’s right November. Last Year. Bad Blogger. For my birthday my…

Jackson and Rye, London – Review

It’s been some time since the last cousin meat up – yes meat up! Finally, all our diaries matched up and we hit Laaaandon town to eat plenty of food and have a good gossip and laugh. I love a…

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.

Chiltern Firehouse and Purl, London – Review

I’ve been celebrating quite a few 30th birthdays recently and love the excuse to don a dress and scamper to Laaaandon town with my friends. Even though I went to Istanbul to celebrate with the two Charlotte’s I wasn’t going…

Sherry and Iberico Pork Night, Pata Negra, Bristol – Review

When a notification comes up on your facebook for a local restaurant is running a sherry and Iberico pork evening, you know that is only one option for me and that is gathered meaty friends and book tickets. Pata Negra…

A Food Exploration of Istanbul, Turkey – Travel

You might want to get a cup of tea or something stronger to get through this post. There might be many many many food pictures in this post. For my wonderful sister in law’s and amazing friend’s 30th Birthday, we…

Ember Yard, London – Review

The last couple of years me and my awesome cousin visit the Taste of London food festival together, where we eat a vast amount of dishes from London’s best restaurants. Visiting the festival with my cousin involves a large spreadsheet…

Three Choirs Vineyard, Newent – Review

A stone throws away from my parents home and where I grew up is one of the largest vineyards in England. Three Choirs Vineyard, so named of the choral festival in the Cotswold’s between the three choirs at the cathedrals…

Silo, Brighton – Review

As mentioned before, I’m lucky that I’m close to my brother and sister in law. They just make me so happy to be with and love that they are foodies too. Recently visiting their new pad in Brighton, I met…

Gloucester Services Farm Shop – Review

Service stations in the UK are pretty grim with we’re being honest. The usual fast-food restaurants, florescent lights that is oh so flattering at midnight while stocking up on equally bad food for your journey. Opening in the last year,…

Brewhouse and Kitchen, Bristol – Review

There’s a new kid in town. Adding to the awesomeness of Cotham Hill in Bristol is Bristol Brewhouse & Kitchen. Making their own craft beers right there in the pub with their microbrewery. And their beer list is pretty special,…

CHOMP, Bristol – Review

I love meat. Maybe a bit more than is normally healthy. So when I hear of a nice new meaty place to try out I’m there before you can say, ‘Should I book a table?’ With the strapline – BEEF…

Sticks and Broth, Bristol – Review

There has been an explosion of new restaurants in Bristol for an exciting bunny like myself to try. One of the new additions that has been on my list to try for ages is Sticks and Broth on Baldwin Street…

Paul A Young’s City Truffles Collection – Review

Valentines Day might have been last month but a girl can always dream to be whisked away to a far off land for a romantic getaway. The closest I can get to that at the moment is tucking into Paul…

The Ginger Fox, Brighton – Review

My brother and sister in law have recently moved to Brighton from London so I’ve been having fun when visiting them discovering a whole new area of great foodie places. A few weeks ago I visited with a couple of…

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