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…

Bills Restaurant – Nottingham

Earlier this week I was invited to Bills Restaurant on Queen Street in Nottingham to take a tour of their newly revamped restaurant and try some new dishes. I love Bills, the food is always really good, there is always a good atmosphere and the surroundings have always been really cool. Previously it was very…

What to pack for Glastonbury

It is 3 days until Glastonbury 2019 kicks off and I have just finished packing my Glastonbury bag. What should you pack for Glastonbury? This will be my third Glastonbury festival and so I wanted to write a list of everything I pack for my favourite festival, in the hope that other people don’t forget…

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…

A weekend in Dublin

A couple of months ago I was getting itchy feet and wanted to explore a Dublin again for the second time. The first time was 10 years ago and I felt I was overdue a visit. I popped a post on Facebook asking my friends if anyone fancied a short weekend break to Ireland and…

Mitch’s Kitchen – Vegan ready meal review

Mitch’s Kitchen are revolutionising the way we think of vegan food, and more specifically ready meals. Gone are the days when you take a bland, unappealing ready meal from your freezer and place it in the microwave, hoping to god that it tastes better than it looks. Based down by the south coast, Mitch, a…

Crispy chickpea snack

These delicious crispy chickpeas are a perfect way to stop hunger and they are a great protein snack if you are on a health kick! Mix it up by playing around with your own spice combo.

My favourite breads

I absolutely love bread. I could survive just on this one food without a doubt! From home baked to store bought, I really don’t mind. There are so many different types of bread that I could happily find a way to eat it three times a day forever more. I’m getting more into baking bread,…

A weekend in Salzburg

A couple of months ago my housemate and I decided to go away for her birthday. We headed onto SkyScanner to search for cheap flights from the UK and the place within our budget that interested us the most was Salzburg, Austria. We were looking for a relaxing break, away from the crowds, with pretty…

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…

Mushrooms on toast

I have always wanted to eat mushrooms on toast, but as most recipes call for cream, I’ve never eaten them. Last weekend I really wanted mushrooms as part of my breakfast so I made this loaded toast with ingredients I always have to hand. It turned out even better than expected and made for a…

Geordie Beer Stew

Looking for a heartwarming stew recipe that is cheap, delicious and perfect for winter nights? This beef stew using Newcastle Brown Ale is sure to hit the spot.