BROWSE DRINKING + DINING

Peter St Kitchen – Manchester

Peter St Kitchen – Manchester

We have discovered lots of new favourites in our attempt to explore more of Manchester's restaurant scene and Peter Street Kitchen is a new addition to the list.  Peter Street Kitchen is somewhere that had slipped under my radar which we happened across when browsing...

The French – Manchester

The French – Manchester

It was recently my birthday and to celebrate we went for dinner at The French at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.  It’s a restaurant that I’d been wanting to go to for some time.  Renowned Manchester chef, Adam Reid, has helped to put The French on the map, having...

Tattu – Manchester

Tattu – Manchester

Since it opened its doors a couple of years ago, Tattu has become of of the Manchester’s go-to dining destinations.  Located in the heart of Manchester’s business district, Tattu serves up contemporary Chinese cuisine and oriental-inspired cocktails in an...

R&J at The Reverie – Saigon

R&J at The Reverie – Saigon

On our final night in Vietnam, we decided to do something fitting to round-up what has been a truly memorable holiday.  We were back in Saigon, ready to catch out flights home to the UK the next day so we decided to go for dinner at the Romeo and Juliet restaurant at...

20 Stories – Manchester

20 Stories – Manchester

Since I moved to Manchester fairly recently, I’ve been keen to try more of the city’s restaurants.  It’s an exciting time for Manchester right now, with so many new bars and restaurants popping up.  20 Stories was one place in particular that I had on my list, after...

The Rib Room – London

The Rib Room – London

I was recently down in London visiting the House of Commons once again to attend the East Asia and Middle East Forum.  After another successful forum, we headed to the Rib Room at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower for a delightful working lunch.  Opened in 1961, The Rib Room...

Beer Tasting In Belgium

Beer Tasting In Belgium

If there’s one thing that Belgium is known for doing best, it’s beer.  The city of Leuven has gained a reputation for being the brewing capital of Belgium, so it was safe to say that we had come to the right place for a world-class pint.  Our Belgian beer tasting...

Vertigo – Bangkok

Vertigo – Bangkok

You are spoilt for choice when it comes to rooftop bars in Bangkok.  My unwavering favourite, not just in Bangkok but the-world-over, will always be the Sirocco Sky Bar at the Lebua State Tower.  However, I’d heard good things about Vertigo Moon Bar at the Banyan...

Plant-Based In Scotland

Plant-Based In Scotland

During our road trip around Scotland we enjoyed some fantastic plant-based food.  Typically, Scottish cuisine is very meat, game and dairy heavy, so I did struggle at times, especially in the rural areas.  However the bigger cities, including Edinburgh and Glasgow,...

The Dome – Edinburgh

The Dome – Edinburgh

Located in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, The Dome is a splendid place to go for a drink or dinner.  With its Graeco-Roman façade, it’s as grand from the outside as it is within.  As you walk inside, a 24-carat gold Swarovski crystal chandelier looms overhead,...

The Allotment – Manchester

The Allotment – Manchester

The Allotment Vegan Restaurant is a place that I’ve heard no shortage of glowing feedback about.  All of its dishes are fully vegan and gluten-free, making it a perfect venue for those with special dietary requirements.  That’s not to mention the fact that its menu...

Polurrian Hotel – Cornwall

Polurrian Hotel – Cornwall

If like me you love a good sea view, then I have a great place in Cornwall to show you.  The Polurrian Bay Hotel is perched on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula, so it has some incredibly stunning views out across the ocean for as far as the eye can see. I’d not been...