I was kindly invited to have afternoon tea at the Double Bubble Tea House with my Mum. While this was gifted, I had no obligation to write a blog post, just take photos to share on social media. As bubble tea novices, we asked Klara and Karen for their tea recommendations. Mum had the mint […]Read More
Is there anything worse than having a bad meal? No, no there’s not. Here’s a few of my favourite spots to eat at both independents and chains.
One of our favourite spots for a fancy celebratory dinner is The Ivy Brasserie in Cambridge. To celebrate finishing my Masters, we called in for dinner. As obviously, I decided to reward myself with food and bubbles. It’s a Brasserie version of the Ivy and one of my favourites. Swanky decor with vibrant velvet colours, […]Read More
I have a lot of experience of cafes in York, since I cafe-hopped extensively during my time in York. I well and truly lived up to the stereotype of an English student reading a book with a cup of tea in a cafe, with the occasional piece of cake. Betty’s Cafe, York I’ve got to start with […]Read More
If you can’t tell from the photo of me and a scooby sandwich, this post will not be serious, it’s a chat about being real about our relationship with food. It’s not about about how to keep your eyebrows on fleek, or what goals to set and not achieve, or how to improve yourself and if […]Read More
On Wednesday, Becca and I went to Bury St Edmunds and had lunch at the Giggling Squid. I got the train to see B in between her holidays; she had just got back from tuk-tuking from Barcelona to Madrid, and now she is off to Nice on Saturday. I’m one jealous friend. After having a […]Read More
I was never really someone who brunched that much before visiting Bakeshop and other cafes in York. I would prefer to have two meals rather than just one, but then I realised you can eat more to compensate as it is essentially one meal with the calories of two. Dreams. Yet York has so many […]Read More
Now I’m going to tell you a little story about when I found a snail in a sausage (read more in the Daily Mail here – yes it made the Mail and the Mirror here). Ellie and I were feeling the second year blues – so much work, so little time and sometimes it’s all […]Read More