Last year a friend stayed with us for a few weeks and as a thank you she sent us on BB’s Afternoon Tea bus tour I really enjoyed the experience and thought I’d share it with you. We were on the upper deck and I highly recommend it to see above any crowds and get… Continue reading The London Afternoon Tea Bus
The night before Burns night we skipped across puddles through the rainy back roads of London to dine at Mac & Wild. The Great Titchfield location is nestled in a right foodie area, so great for an wander about on days when it’s not quite so damp! We bundled in just as it opened for… Continue reading Mac & Wild, Fitrovia
So I think I’ve found the food niche that is my bae (well honestly it’s all food, but humour me for a minute), I’m not a luxury blogger by a long way, I am willing to try food from all walks, the more authentic the better in most cases, but I won’t say no to… Continue reading Oxford Blue, Old Windsor
January, the time for resolutions, the time to turn over a new leaf, new year, new you… sound familiar? and dieting is one of the big resolutions people choose to start at the beginning of the New Year. Well, I can’t pretend I’m one for dieting, in fact, I’m far more a fan of exercise… Continue reading Yam Bruschetta recipe by Mick Elysee
In that awkward period of chrimbo-limbo between Christmas and New Years, on my first day back at work we decided to treat ourselves to a dinner out. As I am sure you have already guessed, it was to Wild Honey, a lovely leather boothed, dark wood clad restaurant serving up seasonal fare, fine dining without… Continue reading Wild Honey, Mayfair
Back at the beginning of December the Polish Bakery contacted me, asking if I’d be interested in trying a few of their products. Which of course I said yes, otherwise there would be very little content here at all. The Polish Bakery was established in 2003 and are the oldest of its kind in London.… Continue reading The Polish Bakery
I arrived to a bustling Borough market on chilly November evening, Thanksgiving in fact! The warmth in company and temperature of Bedales was gratefully received, as was the glass of bubbles as we settled into our surroundings. A beautifully worn room, with exposed brick features, and boasting a pretty nifty view over the market itself.