I love trying different food from all over the world. And, one of the biggest perks of living in London is that you can eat any kind of food from almost every corner of the globe. One cuisine I had never sampled was Lebanese, so I was intrigued to try the food at Abd El … Continue reading Abd El Wahab Review: Lebanese Restaurant in Belgravia, London
If you're visiting Britain's capital, you have to have an afternoon tea. It is the most quintessentially English thing you can do of an afternoon and London has so many amazing afternoon teas on offer. When you do you have afternoon tea? Historically, it's meant to be served around 4pm, to fill the gap between … Continue reading The Best Afternoon Teas in London
I'm a terrible cook. I love the idea of baking somebody something special for their birthday or another special occasion, but I frankly lack the skills! So when Bakerdays offered to do the hard work for me and send me a cake, how could I refuse? Bakerdays is a bakery in Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire … Continue reading Bakerdays Christmas Letterbox Cake – Review & Giveaway
I like to think of Liverpool as a second home. My family are from there originally and when I went to university there, I fell in love with the city and the people. https://www.instagram.com/p/5dCsCPP0Np/?taken-by=criddlerr Sam Crawford is a blogger over at The Man Blueprint, he’s written an insider’s guide to Liverpool, I hope you enjoy! … Continue reading Liverpool’s Top Five Hidden Gems – as chosen by a Scouser
Read my travel guide to a mini-break in Florence, Italy. Recommendations for restaurants, cafes, hotels and apartments from luxury to budget.
I’m always looking for ways to cook my favourite meals while eating healthy at the same time. And, when you've got a carb crush like me, it isn't easy. Pasta is one of my staple foods. Lasagne, Penne, Ravioli, Tortellini - are all my best friends. But, sadly, they're not kind on my body: carbs … Continue reading Seaweed Tagliatelle: a Tasty and Healthy Substitute for Pasta?
Last week I was at The Living Room, so I thought it would be fun this week to visit its next door neighbour - The Botanist. Although it is close in proximity, it has a very different vibe. More relaxed, organic (mind the pun) feel, with hanging plants and shabbily-renovated wooden furniture. It's a hipster's dream, serving … Continue reading The Botanist – Deansgate, Manchester – Review