Rosa’s Thai is a brave foray in to a city already overwhelmed by a vast choice of great Thai restaurants. While the overall environment and feel of the restaurant was pleasant enough, the food sadly was disappointing. We certainly took our time to try out Rosa’s Thai new restaurant in Bath. With such a huge […]
Situated at the iconic Battersea Power Station, Megan’s at the Power Station is right by the water. Voted as one of the most romantic restaurants in London, it boasts bar area, cosy benches, round and long tables with abundance of macrame, indoor plants and fairy-lit booths and an outdoor seating. But most importantly, it is […]
Il Fiume Italian Restaurant in Bradford on Avon is tucked awag in a hidden corner of the unassuming Bridge Yard, which also hosts The Weaving Shed and Olea Mediterranean. Il Fiume is definitely not a showy place, and the whole vibe and feel of the place is more ‘family kitchen’ rather than posh restaurant. We […]
Hidden in the corner where Clare Street meets St Stephen’s Avenue, Dhamaka is a gem serving a range of Indian street food in a vibrant, colourful space.
Just off the M5 motorway, round the corner from Cribbs Causeway and next to Miller and Carter Mollie’s motel and diner in Bristol is one of the chains 3 outlets in the country. The other two can be found in Oxford and Manchester. Their attempt at importing a much loved American feature has been well […]
Catching up with a friend from abroad, we thought we would try something different. We went for Vietnamese food at Hello Vietnam in Coventry. With excellent reviews on Google Map, it was a great start. Here’s what we had and what we think.
When in Cambridge, visit the Cambridge Market Square for seriously tasty street food from all over the world. Being Malaysian, we naturally gravitated towards Azuma, a food stall serving famous Malaysian and Japanese dishes. How do you find it? Look for the Malaysian and Japanese Flag.
The pull to Kineya was irresistible, and we felt that we had to get another visit in before we left Cambridge. This time we tried a few different things and again, the tempura counter was just too enticing to ignore.
We were desperate for a noodle fix while in Cambridge and decided to try Kineya Mugimaru on Petty Cury, Cambridge, in Lion Yard. While we are generally bigger fans of ramen than udon, Kineya only serves udon; that and a whole range of tempura and some rice bentos.
The Village Maid is part of a growing chain of family owned pubs under the Moss & Co group. It is located in a quiet village of Lound, Lowestoft on the border of Norfolk and Suffolk. They serve lunch and dinner and you won’t miss it as it is just across the main road from […]