A new food craze is hitting Leicester by storm – eating your food on a giant tawa. It’s a simple concept and is gaining popularity. Being the dedicated foodie that I am decided to make it my mission to do a bit of investigating.
Today is national pie day (23 January) a day to celebrate the humble pie. I want to join in this celebration and share my very own chicken pie recipe.
A gourmet steak and burger restaurant in Leicester! I decided to give this place a try.
The MeatCo is an elite steakhouse which has restaurants in the Middle East, South Africa and the UK. Nearly everyone I know has eaten here and I wanted to give it a try. I headed down to London with an empty belly ready to sample the delights of the MeatCo.
Saturday night in Cardiff we headed over to Cardiff Bay for a nice meal out. I did a bit of research and I found an Indian restaurant called Moksh. They had great reviews on Trip adviser and food photo’s looked amazing – like the food you see on Master Chef!
The Turkish food boom has hit most of the UK with lots of Turkish restaurants and kebab shops opening up. When my cousin told me about new restaurant in my hometown of Oadby; I had to check it out – plus I love Turkish food 🙂
On the hunt for the best food in the UK, we headed down south to see what London had to offer. While doing my research Boondocks caught my eye, they had a day dedicated to pancakes – Friday and also served brunch. I couldn’t contain my excitement, I had to check it out.
There are a lots of great steak places springing up all over the place. Toro’s in Leicester was one of the first steak places to open many moons ago. Being the steak pioneers in Leicester, I popped along to see what it was like.
It was date night and we wanted to go somewhere nice for some food so thought we’d check out Kobe Sizzlers. It’s been open a while and is always packed (which is always a good sign) so decided to check this out. What’s on the menu? They serve a variety of food but their main…
Akbar’s have made a name for themselves with their restaurants all around the country. I am a big fan and regularly visit the one in Birmingham so when I saw that they had opened up a café version of Akbar’s in Bradford I knew I had to give it a try.