As an avid Instagram user, I’ve noticed that a few select dishes seem to have acclaimed an almost “cult” status wherein a certain restaurant will be frequented just for that one particular plate which is photographed over and over. One of these is the fluffy, light and puffy-cloud ricotta hotcakes from Australian brunch haven, Granger… Continue reading Granger & Co. Inspired Ricotta Hotcakes
On a recent weekend, I donned my snapback and rucksack, packed my trusty Bobble water bottle, charged up my phone and headed into town for a day of two of exploring the hidden delights and gems of Nottingham. I’ve been living in this city almost two years now and yet still continually growing to love… Continue reading Discovering Nottingham’s hidden gems
Copenhagen. A city of bicycles, bridges and even a beach. Home to the Little Mermaid and Noma (the best restaurant in the WORLD). A place were people are kind and patient (thank you K for the directions whilst standing in the rain with a soggy map). Even crossing the road before the green man is… Continue reading A foodie’s guide to Copenhagen
When it comes to fish and chips, it should be an occasional treat, something to look forward to and totally worth the calories. There’s nothing worse than having your expectations heightened, building yourself up for a good old pig-out feast only to be disappointed by soggy batter and oily grease. That’s why I’ve become dissatisfied… Continue reading My Top Nottingham Eats: The Cod’s Scallops
Tucked away in an alley of an abandoned shopping mall where across the way you can have your afro cut, lies this little gem of a place. With a few small tables outside and another few in, beside the tiny working kitchen is Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie. A small menu of savoury galettes (like those above) and… Continue reading My top Nottingham eats: Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie
I’m ashamed to say that in all my years of living in Belfast, tonight was my first proper visit to the Cathedral Quarter area. It really felt like I was somewhere in Europe; walking around the newly developed St. Anne’s Square which is filled with quirky individual eateries, a hotel, gym and the recent addition… Continue reading Taking back the city.
When you’re into food, it often takes something really different and special to impress you. Obviously, the food has to taste good, make you go “wow” and “flip” and “here, try this!” But the restaurant itself- the decor, service and look of the place also have a big impact on the overall experience. Ladies and… Continue reading Review: Made in Belfast, Cathedral Quarter.