The Cods Scallops – Sherwood

Mmm, Fish & Chips. Quintesentially British.I have such fond memories of these. Summer holidays spent eating them in Wells next the sea in Norfolk as a child. ‘Town leave’ from high school, meeting mum at Sheddie Turners in Spalding for chips and curry sauce, Friday fish and chips with the parents. I have lived round…

Tuk Tuk – Nottingham

I need to start this post by saying that the food was really, really nice. There is a reason for this!Tuk Tuk is situated on Friar Gate, Maid Marian Way, on the site that Chutney used to stand on.Still run by the same people, it's had a huge facelift (no more dingy booths or Movenpick…

Nottingham Food Festival – Wollaton Park

Yesterday my parents and I headed to Wollaton Park for the Nottingham Food Festival, an event run by Living Heritage. We arrived at around 11.30am and the place was already busy, the car park filling up nicely. With the view of Wollaton Hall in the background and a dry forecast, it was set to be…

Notts Tweet Up – Revolucion De Cuba – Nottingham

I have been following @NottsTweetUp on twitter for months, intrigued as to what it was all about and whether I should head along. I haven't been running my twitter account for very long and my following is far smaller than my blog, so I wasn't sure if it was something I could get involved with….

Annie’s Burger Shack – Nottingham

I used to go to Annie's quite a lot before I started this blog, however it's been a while since I visited. A catch up with an old mate from outside Nottingham gave me the perfect excuse to revisit and see if it was as good as I remember. This place is synonymous for good…

Teacups Tearooms – Newark

I turned 30 in June (sob), and my wonderful best friend Tracey surprised me with a ‘Mad Hatters’ themed afternoon tea at Teacups Tearoom, Newark. Tracey and I have known each other for 14 years this year, although it feels like only a couple of years ago we sat next to each other at our…

Notts Street Food Club Gin And Jazz Night

I absolutely love Notts Street Food Club. I've been a few times both for lunch and dinner and the choice of cuisine is always fantastic. Open Friday to Sunday every week, it showcases amazing independent street food brands and alcoholic beverages, and seats 150 punters.  I admit that I'm usually drawn to the resident stand,…

Cafe Oceano – Albifeira Old Town

Located overlooking the beach in Old Town, Cafe Oceano is a Frost Family favourite. We have been coming here for years, and it’s no surprise why. The food is almost always amazing, the staff are lovely and genuinely seem to remember you each year, and the view is gorgeous, especially as the sun is setting. *image…

Bintang – Camden

A group of us headed to Bintang, Camden for our lovely friend Gina’s birthday. Find out what I thought of the pan Asian restaurant.

The Head of Steam – Quayside

Again I am in Newcastle for work and trying to find a nice quick dinner before collapsing in my hotel room with a bit of Netflix. This time we decided to try out The Head of Steam, located right on the Quayside. It serves craft and local cask beers, ciders and a pretty decent range…

PizzaStorm – Newcastle

Now that’s what I call fast food! Over 50 toppings, unlimited choice and cooked in 180 seconds? Sounds like a perfect lunchtime treat!

St Sushi – Newcastle

Earlier this week, I was in Newcastle again with one of my bosses. I love to eat out but sometimes I am so tired after being at work that I opt to stay in my hotel room with a Deliveroo (usually Yo Sushi) However, on Wednesday, the sun was out and we both fancied a…