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Satiety and Pride for Bristol’s Trailblazing Food Scene

Satiety and Pride for Bristol’s Trailblazing Food Scene

Bristol has fast become a foodie paradise. And with endless restaurants and fabulous independent eateries offering everything from Gelato to sausages, the best way to get a taste is with a Bristol food tour! I recently attended the Great Bristol Food Tour, a collaboration between The Bristol Food Tour and Cycle the City. And while I was initially excited, there were some thoughts I had before embarking on this tasty two-wheeled tour of Bristol’s trailblazing food scene. I’m not confident on a bike, should…

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Why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester

Why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester

I’m here to tell you why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester. They should give me an I heart Sebz T-Shirt because this place is hands down one of my favourite restaurants of all time. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. The Interior A cat stealing a fish. A fallen waiter. A guest showered in salad. Not disastrous table service, but the cartoon mural worked onto Sebz white washed walls. This large art…

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The Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Belfast

The Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Belfast

For me, Belfast was a girly retreat and a chance to eat without guilt and drink like the Irish. But for my friend, suffering with severe IBS and in the process of a low FODMAP diet, the weekend was going to be worrisome. But her fears wilted when she learned of our dining arrangements, at four specially selected and highly reviewed gluten free restaurants in the city. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. Home From…

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Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea at the Town House Kensington

Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea at the Town House Kensington

Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test, tie your napkin ’round your neck, cherie, and we’ll provide the rest. And that’s exactly what happened at The Town House Kensington‘s Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast afternoon tea. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. The borough of Kensington is a place of wonderment as low hanging Wisteria graces nearby houses and apartments. And with its little blue bike and…

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The Best Local Restaurants Can be Found at Home

The Best Local Restaurants Can be Found at Home

The chances are when you’re visiting a new place, you’ll be on the hunt for the best local restaurants. But what if I told you that the best local restaurants weren’t a restaurant at all, but instead in the home of a local. Eat With is an online platform that unites locals and tourists through good, home-cooked food. It’s social dining at its finest, allowing you to immerse yourself in local food and culture and meet other travellers at the…

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Weekday Dinner at The Bristol Harbour Hotel

Weekday Dinner at The Bristol Harbour Hotel

This article comes after an invitation from the Bristol Harbour Hotel to review the Jetty Restaurant’s new à la carte menu. While the meal was complimentary, the opinions expressed in this article reflect my true experience. Corn Street is many things to many people – a weekend market, a clubbing destination and a foodie’s dream. I revel in the diversity of restaurants and bars, but sitting at the top like a castle on the hill, is Corn Street’s crowning glory…

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Afternoon Tea at The Ritz London

Afternoon Tea at The Ritz London

Afternoon tea, a quintessentially British past-time, first introduced in England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, in the year 1840. As the evening meal in her household was served fashionably late at eight o’clock , leaving a long period of time between lunch and dinner, the Duchess would become hungry around four o’clock in the afternoon and asked that a tray of tea, bread and butter and cake be brought to her room during the late afternoon. This became a…

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London’s hidden restaurant that will awaken your senses

London’s hidden restaurant that will awaken your senses

Hidden within London is a little place called Farringdon. And there lies Dans Le Noir – a hidden London Restaurant. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. From the outside, it looks like a dodgy massage house with its blacked out windows, but translate the name to ‘In the Dark’ and all becomes clear. Upon entering to the well-lit lobby, you are presented with your menu options; Meat, Fish, Vegetarian or Chef’s Choice. Next you select…

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5 Foods You Need To Try in London

5 Foods You Need To Try in London

With thanks to multiculturalism, London Food is fantastic with an array of foods laced throughout the city. But here’s a few hot spots you might not know about. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. Bilog Bun at Mamasons Dirty Ice Cream Despite the name, there’s nothing dirty about this Filipino street ice cream house. Instagrammable from the outside-in, you’ll find ice cream shakes and Filipino-inspired flavours on the menu, but it’s the Bilog Bun that takes…

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The New Way to Afternoon Tea

The New Way to Afternoon Tea

The BB Afternoon Tea Bus Tour just SCREAMS millennial travel! Sightseeing on a Vintage Routemaster Bus while dining on delicate finger sandwiches and mini desserts for a traditional afternoon tea with a twist. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. I actually have my beautiful Mum to thank for this one, since her search for a cool surprise for an trip to London resulted in finding the BB Afternoon Tea Bus Tour. At the time of booking this…

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