We found a nice little place by the river off Newbridge Road called the Boathouse. It was a weekday evening and the place was relatively quiet.
One lazy evening, we decided to dine out at Bill’s on Cheap Street, Bath. We were always intrigued by the interior and how the place seems packed at lunchtime. I had half a bird with sweet potato chips and curried coleslaw, tasty but a little under cooked.
Here is another great find. We explored the ‘back alleys’ of Bath and found the Wild Cafe. While waiting for our food, we took in the interior, fittings and layout, including how people in suit and tie seems to frequent this place like they know this place very well.
We have always been fans of Miller and Carter and when they opened in Bath, we couldn’t wait to get in. After a long week, we were there one evening for dinner. We had the starter platter to share followed by our meals.
Our favourite French restaurant in Weston-super-Mare is housed in a building right next to the beach. The two storey circular building offers a vista of the beach and the Grand Pier.
We had visitors and wanted to treat them to something different. We had previously been to Koh Thai Tapas before for Halloween night and enjoyed the food there. So we thought it would be a good time to go back again to sample the different tapas.
Malaysians can never go without talking about food or looking for food. Feeling a little home sick and after a quick fix and cheap eat when in the center of London, head over to C&R Restaurant for some Malaysian street food.
Unless you are a frequent flyer, its not often that you dine in an airport. Airport food are often unimaginative, overpriced and overrated but Oriel Grande Brasserie proved us wrong.
Situated at the Southgate shopping venue at the heart of Bath, Comptoir Libanais or literally translates to Lebanese Counter, is a restaurant laid out in a food canteen fashion offering healthy wholesome Middle East cuisine in a cosy yet vibrant environment featuring vintage movie posters, of the amazing Arabic actress, Sirine Jamal al Dine.
The award winning Sticks & Broth in Bristol is a must for foodies looking to sample asian cuisine particularly Japanese Ramen and Yakitori. But this is not your standard ramen bar.