The Hobgoblin, Bristol – Review

I like meat.  I really like meat, I really have never considered being a vegetarian. When I had a recent routine blood test, I did think the doctor was going to tell me that my blood was made up of…

Paul A. Young Chocolates – Review

This post might be better around Easter time rather than three days before everyone swears off chocolate for the rest of the year after over indulging over Christmas. As many of you know, 2013 I fell in love. Unfortunately it…

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.

The Perfect Cellar, London – Review

Recently, I’ve been quite jammy (not in the strawberry sense) more in the flukely sort of way and winning things left right and centre. It all started winning VIP tickets to Meatopia tickets on twitter around September time. Unfortunately, I…

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…

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 defense there are times…

Easter Egg Decorating, Rococo, London – Review

This post is a tad late. I know Easter was about a month ago and by now you’re well and truly had your fill of chocolate eggs…or maybe you haven’t like me. Recently, I’ve been doing lots of cookery courses with my cousin…

The Breakfast Club, London – Review

My brother is the best brother a sister could have. Yes that is a soppy start to a new post but it’s true. We’ve always got on growing up but think that might be down to his good nature than…

The Hand and Flowers, Marlow – Review

The summer solstice, an excuse to go out for a nice meal with my family. No there wasn’t any sacrificing of goats at hight alters whilst chanting around an open fire, but cocktails, dressing up, pig head’s and amazing food.…

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