Woolf & Bird – Norwich

I nipped into Woolf & Bird for a spot of lunch with my friend. We decided to share the Buffalo wings and chicken strips with a side of fries each, washed down with a can of Ting (I love this nostalgic Caribbean grapefruit fizzy drink). The chicken strips are made using locally sourced Norfolk chicken breast... Continue Reading →

Chimichurri sauce

I just can't have my steak without this Argentine condiment.  Chimichurri is a pesto-like sauce. You can use it to accompany steak and other meats. To make the sauce you will need: 2 garlic cloves bunch of parsley - roughly chopped 1/2 teaspoons of dried oregano 1 shallot - chopped 1/2 teaspoon of chilli flakes... Continue Reading →

Brick Pizza – Norwich

This little restaurant offers some beautiful wood fired oven cooked pizzas overlooking Norwich Market. It has a rustic charm with brick walls and little tables closely nestled together. The menu is simple yet opulent, with combinations such as mozzarella, gorgonzola, porcini, rosemary and Norfolk ham. They even have a vegan option (tomato, vegan cheese, olives,... Continue Reading →

Rivington – Shoreditch, London

My  boyfriend and I had a weekend away in London earlier this year and wanted to eat in Shoreditch. Coming from the East End of London I like seeing how popular Shoreditch has become with foodies (and dare I say it hipsters). Searching online before we went we found so many different and interesting restaurants... Continue Reading →

Les Garrigues – Norwich

Norwich has recently had a few little independent restaurants/bars open. Les Garrigues isn't really a restaurant it's more of a deli come wine bar. If you love good French cheese, charcuterie meats and of course wine then this is the place for you. The host is very knowledgeable and will go out of his way... Continue Reading →

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