Kitchen Langport

Continuing my cafe tour of the West Country, today’s post is all about Kitchen Langport in sleepy old Somerset. Kitchen is set within a beautiful building by the river, known as The Wharf. The building is surrounded by smart flats on one side and lush green river banks on the other. The space is alsoContinue reading “Kitchen Langport”

Potager Garden Cafe

I enjoy a pasty as much as the next person but I often find myself craving something a little more fresh and interesting on my visits to Cornwall, especially during the summer months. If you’re visiting the Penzance area, The Potager Garden and Cafe is a great location for a spot of lunch and aContinue reading “Potager Garden Cafe”

Glastonbury Food Guide 2017

Another year, another Glastonbury Festival food guide. This year’s edition features both new and old favourites, from spicy Thai and paella to pie and mash. Although this year’s festival was missing a few classics (namely Yeo Valley Yoghurt and the much missed Tapas breakfast), I still managed to scout out some tasty new dishes. NewContinue reading “Glastonbury Food Guide 2017”

Review: River Cottage Veg Cookery Course

I started the day at 9.30am with a very bumpy ride down the hill from the car park to the farm HQ in a tractor and trailer. Apparently there had been a very boozy wedding at the farm recently and it was easy to see the appeal of the location as the grey morning mistContinue reading “Review: River Cottage Veg Cookery Course”

Food Guide: Glastonbury 2016

Anyone who is lucky enough to go to Glastonbury Festival knows that the huge variety of eclectic food stalls are second only to the festival’s musical offerings.  Once again I was one of the lucky few hundred thousand able to sample some of the amazing festival food as well as some incredible acts (almost mereContinue reading “Food Guide: Glastonbury 2016”

Food Spot: Honey and Co

I’ve been so excited to go to Honey and Co since I got the recipe book for Christmas and today I finally got to visit.  When we arrived I was surprised by how small the space was and how many people they had managed to squeeze in!  Despite being a weekday, the restaurant was busyContinue reading “Food Spot: Honey and Co”

Food Spot: Vanilla Black Kennington

I pass this little place, barely a month old, almost daily on my bus route to and from lectures and I’ve wanted to make a visit for a while now.  Vanilla Black, no connection with the famous vegetarian restaurant, is set on Windmill row, a set of a few gorgeous multi coloured shops, cafes andContinue reading “Food Spot: Vanilla Black Kennington”

Food Guide: Copenhagen

I recently went on an amazing five day trip to the beautiful city of Copenhagen. I had a great time in one of the most relaxed, safe and interesting cities I’ve been to in Europe. Copenhagen is often coined the cool kid on the block when it comes to all things scandi, and my experienceContinue reading “Food Guide: Copenhagen”

Food Spot: KERB does Alchemy – Southbank Centre

On a quest to use my bank holiday weekend wisely, I decided to give the much praised Southbank centre market a try.  The eastern inspired food market is set out by hungerford bridge next to Royal Festival Hall, only a few minutes walk from my halls so I don’t quite know why I never thoughtContinue reading “Food Spot: KERB does Alchemy – Southbank Centre”