It was my birthday not so very long ago. I booked the day off work and then spent some time considering what to do.
H unfortunately had to work, so I decided to have a day out in London alone. However there was no sightseeing for me. Nope, I was going on a food crawl.
Continue reading A Day of Indulgence, London
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
The cronut frenzy has reached the shores of the UK in full force recently. If you haven’t heard of cronuts, please google them and then return (stares into the middle distance for a minute).
Ever since reading about them in various gushing articles, I have been pensively wishing to try them. Pensively because I don’t live in New York, and even going to nearby London just to ferret one out is a pricey trip.
In preparation for my birthday I carefully hoarded a collection of links to pass on to H as cheeky suggestions for my birthday cake. Of course I didn’t just limit my request to cronuts/doissants, but luckily for me, that was what he made.
Continue reading Croissant meets Doughnut
This is just a brief big-up for the Yangneom Chicken with Garlic and Pepper sauce at Korean restaurant Surakhan (52 Park Road, Clifton, Bristol)
Continue reading Surakhan, Bristol
As much as I enjoy the occasional fish and chips, Thailand beats the battered, breaded and grilled delights of New Zealand or the UK hands-down (for me, at least) with its deep-fried fish.
Continue reading Thailand Food Exploration: Pla Krob