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…

The Hockley Arts Club – Nottingham

The Hockley Arts Club is located through a nondescript alleyway on Carlton Street. If you didn’t know it was there, you may never find it. Hockley Arts Club is the place to go for amazing cocktails in a stunning setting, but is it the place you should be going for fantastic grub too? I was…

Son of Steak – New menu launch

If you read my blog, you’ll know that I adore Son of Steak in Trinity Square. So much so that a quote from a previous blog post is emblazoned on their huge glass window. They are typically a steak restaurant but they ‘do things differently’ and are ‘rebellious’. Their points of difference in comparison to…

Gaucho – Birmingham

When I was invited to electro brunch at Gaucho, Birmingham, it promised a day of amazing food and drink. It didn’t disappoint. The venue is absolutely stunning, golden and sparkly and extremely classy. Tables both large and small scatter the restaurant, perfect for small groups and couples alike. It’s cosy without being small and the…

Easy Steak Salad

This simple steak salad is super easy, and impresses people with its burst of flavour. Ingredients Chosen piece of steak (I love sirloin) Handful of watercress/rocket mix Palmful of shelled pistachios Watermelon 5-6 mint leaves, chopped To make the glaze 1/2 cup Balsamic vinegar 3 tbsp honey Method Firstly mix the honey and balsamic vinegar…

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…

Son of Steak – Nottingham

Son of Steak opened its doors a couple of weeks ago, and I headed down for the blogger event on behalf of my friend Gastronomic Gorman. You will find my review of the launch on her blog soon. Son of Steak is located in Trinity Square, where the old Harvester pub was. Owned by the…

The Townhouse – Arnold

I’ve been to The Townhouse a few times on client meetings for a quick drink but have never eaten. It’s been on my radar for nearly a year, so when a friend suggested dinner this week, I jumped at the chance to go here. It’s situated on Front Street, the main road in Arnold. The car…

Albufeira – Portugal

Every year I go to Portugal for my holidays with my parents and little (she is 26!) sister. We have been for the last 7-8 years, and I thought it was time to write about some of my favourite restaurants. The new town has a whole host of places to eat, and they cater to…