I’ve always loved food, but it’s only been in the last few years that I’ve *really* had something to say. Gaucho is an established name back in the UK and I’d heard so much about it. After one of my best friends visited for her birthday recently with me all the way over in the UAE, I decided to Google it… just to look. I was overjoyed to find that it had branched out to the Emirates and so I booked myself a table whilst on my trip to Dubai. Continue reading →
Have you ever had a meal so good that you almost couldn’t cope? I have, but thankfully I did cope, and at that, I coped incredibly well. Crocker’s Folly in St John’s Wood is an absolute delight, and if you’ve not been yet then you must – immediately.
Soho is an incredible place to hang out, whether you want food, drinks, shopping, or anything else. Recently I decided I absolutely must try Flat Iron, famed for its £10 steak. I don’t regret it for a second.
Weird title, huh? Of course I can’t claim to definitively give a guide to where to eat in New York. That would be insane! It’s such a huge place, and I was only there a few days. I can, however, give insight into a few of the greatest places I ate – and wanted to eat - during my recent trip to New York City!
When you’re going out for a spontaneous midweek meal, a pub seems like an obvious choice. That’s the exact predicament Dougie and I found ourselves in a week or two ago, basically because we couldn’t be bothered with the cinema (it was a Wednesday…) but it was date night, so we had to do something. With my trusty Taste Card in hand, I picked the first place from the list of places we could use it that wasn’t a chain – it just so happened to be Dog In A Doublet.
On our recent trip to my grandparents’ static home at the Tan Rallt resort in Wales, Dougie and I visited the on site ‘The Cliffs’ Restaurant. The suggestion and subsequent reservation were both made by my Nan, so we figured we’d try it out.