Meat Food Tour, Bristol – Review

I’m known for liking a chicken wing or three in my time. As well as a good rare steak. Or even a good charcuterie board. So when The Bristol Food Tour, who I’m a tour guide for, was looking to…

Interview with The Bristol Food Tour – Review

For the past year, there have been groups of like-minded foodies pounding the pavement in search of edible delights on offer in Bristol. Leading the pack are two passionate gals, Alice and Jo, armed with a wealth of knowledge are opening…

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.

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…

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…

Bird In Hand, Bristol – Review

As mentioned in a previous post where I made my brother a dino birthday cake, birthdays around Christmas time just suck. My poor brother and Dad have had to celebrate their birthdays while everyone is either building up to Christmas…

Sunday Roast at The Ox, Bristol – Review

‘Tis the season for overindulging with friends and family. Last weekend I had two work Christmas parties to attend and by Sunday I wasn’t feeling too fresh. Especially when the Saturday party was my old company which amongst the staff…

Three Brothers Burgers, Bristol – Review

I love living in Bristol, there’s always something going on or a new place opening for you to visit all in the name of research. A new one for me is Three Brothers Burgers on the Spyglass Boat, the Welsh…

Victorian Breakfast at The Star and Dove, Bristol – Review

As I mentioned on Monday, Sunday the 28th September was the day I turned 27. I’m fast approaching the dreaded 3-0 birthday. As you can see from the picture below I am clinging on to my youth and my maturity…

The Ox, Bristol – Review

I love a good steak. Actually there is nothing finer in life than a sexy well-cooked steak. Not well done cooked steak, heavens no. But a juicy tender rare steak. In hunting this gem out, I have a new favourite…

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