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Food and Opera Weekend in Verona, Italy – Travel

For me, food and travel go together like jelly and ice cream, gin and tonic or Romeo and Juliet. When visiting a new city or even one I have been to before, I like to research food spots to enhance…

Wapping Wharf, Bristol – Review

For the last couple of years, a new development has been going strength to strength on the harbour side of Bristol. The Cargo at Wapping Wharf is a collection of restaurants, producers, shops and lifestyle ventures housed in shipping containers…

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.

Top Themed Afternoon Teas in London – Review

Afternoon teas are an English institute, that normally you shouldn’t mess with. You can always start a heated debate amongst friends if you suggest whether to jam your scone before the clotted cream (I mean they would be wrong, cream on…

Eating and Exploring Brittany, France – Travel

FoodNerd travels to Brittany and eat at Petit Hotel du Grand Large

Taste of London Festival 2016, London – Review

FoodNerd attends Taste of London 2016 and eats lots of dishes.

Mast Brothers, London – Review

My cousin and I like to go on food adventures, they are better than normal adventures. When we found out that Mast Brothers, one of the founders of the bean to bar chocolate movement was opening a factory/shop/cafe/cool space in…

Rabbit, London – Review

I’m very fortunate that my family gets on really well with my sister in laws family. A couple of weekend’s ago, I was invited to celebrate my sister-in-law’s Dad’s 60th birthday, which was lovely to celebrate with a big family.…

Chocolate Bars From Paris – Review

FoodNerd reviews a collection of edible souvenirs, premium chocolate bars from a recent trip to Paris.

Café Royal Hotel, Dessert Bar, London – Review

My cousin is particularly good in agreeing to join me on my mad brain foodie adventures. Normally I will pitch it to my cousin and straight away I will get the answer, ‘Yes, when?’ When I saw that there was…

Choux De Creme with Craquelin Topping and Toblerone Creme Patissiere Recipe

There is a super cute term of affection in French, ‘Mon Petit Chou’ which literally means my small cabbage or more a term for a sweetheart. On my recent trip to Paris, I tried my first Choux de Creme (choux…

Patisserie Tour of Paris, France – Travel

For a while now I’ve lost my blogging mojo. I needed to find my spark again for writing and trying out new recipes. Perfectly timed, my lovely friend Marine invited me to visit her in Paris for the weekend. I…


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