I love my research. I’m not one of those people who likes to turn up somewhere and randomly pick a place to stay or eat. I like to KNOW it’s going to be good before I go.
That’s not to say I don’t dive into desirable looking eateries should I happen across them. It just means I nearly always have a destination or two in my pocket.
The other night H and I were in Guildford and in need of food.
While I was running through the various Guildford eateries in my mind, H mentioned he had walked past a sushi/Korean place earlier. My brain spooled for a moment and I couldn’t place it which intrigued me, so we headed over.
Continue reading Sushi Nara, Guildford →
After my recent enjoyable (if awkwardly lonely!) meal at Travancore, I decided it was only fair to try out the other South Indian restaurant in West Byfleet – Kayal (40 Station Approach)
We had the benefit of a 20% off voucher, picked up at a recent food festival in Woking, and so H and I decided to go for Sunday lunch.
Continue reading Kayal, West Byfleet →
On my unceasing quest for thrilling food in the area, a month or so ago I came across a Keralan restaurant in West Byfleet. It was currently in the process of re-branding, but was due to open again soon as Travancore (15 Old Woking Road).
I kept an eye on their progress, and recently noticed they were offering a special vegetarian feast to celebrate the Hindu festival of Onam. I excitedly booked H and I in, but at the last minute he was unable to attend.
As it was short notice, I didn’t try to find someone else but instead I decided to go solo.
Continue reading Travancore, West Byfleet →
It seems a bit mean of me to tell you about a wonderful festival that has been and gone and only happens every two years. To show you delicious photos of food you can’t easily obtain, while relating how scrumptious things were. It’s almost as if I am rubbing it in your face…
I’m not, I swear! If anything I am tormenting myself.
Continue reading Amazing Thailand Festival, Secretts, Milford →
Nearly two years having passed since my last luxuriously priced afternoon tea, I was starting to crave finger sandwiches and tiers of cakes.
Continue reading Afternoon Tea at Pennyhill Park, Surrey →