The Foodie Bag – Review

GIFTED – #TheFoodieBag – The foodie bag is the perfect present for your favourite food blogger. If you know someone that loves both food and photography, this bag is packed full of props for taking photos on the go. It is a great kit for really getting to grips with food photography. Whether you are…

Kerry’s Fresh Review

Kerry’s Fresh is technically the oldest family run market stall in England. First started in 1885, now in its 5th generation, the company has evolved from a fruit and veg stall in Old Market Square in Nottingham City Centre to a site at Colliers Business Park in Cotgrove, Nottingham. Find out what I thought of their Deluxe Veg Box.

Yolk Nottingham

(Invited) Yolk, the best part of an egg in my opinion, is also the name of a breakfast cafe located in Nottingham. Yolk is situated on the corner of Goose Gate and Brightmore street in Hockley and is run by the same people as Bar 31K next door. If you like 31K, you’ll love Yolk….

Nourished Vitamin Review

(GIFTED) Back in December I met Nourished at the BBC Good Food Show at the NEC. Their stall intrigued me and I headed over to have a chat with the staff to see what it was all about. About Nourished A Birmingham based company, Nourished created a daily supplement packed full of vitamins and nutrients….

Schwartz Fajita Seasoning Review

I love fajitas and usually opt to make my own spice blend which can be time consuming. For a weekday dinner this Schwartz fajita seasoning is perfect to grab off the shelf, chuck into a pan with your ingredients and let it sizzle away. It is available from Tesco and retails at just £1.60. You’ll…

Bottomless brunch at Revolucion De Cuba

Revolucion De Cuba on Market Street in Nottingham City Centre has had a bit of a refresh and have updated their bottomless brunch offering. Yesterday I was invited down to sample to new menu and try their new range of drinks. I love Rev De Cuba. The building is beautiful and the atmosphere is always…

A day in Digbeth

Considering Birmingham is less than 90 minutes away on the train, it is a city that I rarely get to explore. It’s a shame as there is so much to do and see in and around the city centre. I thought I’d jump on the train last weekend and explore an area of Birmingham that…

Townhouse Arnold – Nottingham

This evening saw me returning to the Townhouse Arnold for dinner. After the sudden closure in summer 2018, Townhouse reopened at the start of this year with new owners, a new kitchen team, and a new lease of life. Situated on Front Street, Arnold with a car park just around the back, it is a…

Bills Restaurant – Nottingham

Earlier this week I was very kindly invited to Bill’s Restaurant on Queen Street in Nottingham to try out their new menu. I have visited a couple of times for brunch (you can read my review HERE) but haven’t had dinner here yet. I’m not sure why Bill’s Nottingham slips my mind whenever I am…

The Tailors Arms – Wilford

Situated on Wilford Lane, the Tailors Arms has been open since May of last year. British classic dishes are the order of the day, and I went down to experience this gastro pub for myself a couple of days ago. First Impressions The building is huge! From the outside it is a strange shape with…

Cuzina -West Bridgford

I haven’t been so excited to write a review in quite a while! Last night I was invited to dine at Cuzina in West Bridgford for the first time. The Greek restaurant, situated on Radcliffe Road, just up from the McDonalds, is a firm favourite for some of my friends. Why I haven’t yet visited…