Having wanted to visit Prithvi for ages, I almost jumped for joy when James and I received an invitation to try out their new Autumn Menu. Often recognised as the best restaurant in Cheltenham, with it’s reputation reaching far further afield, Prithvi has gained huge praise for it’s sophisticated dining experience, regarding both the food… Read More New Autumn Menu at Prithvi, Cheltenham.
Last year our neighbour told us about a lovely Italian restaurant down in Clevedon. You may be wondering why we would travel all the way to Clevedon to enjoy Italian food when we have an abundance of such restaurants on our doorstep. Well, what Bristol City Centre is missing, is a cracking seaview. The restaurant in… Read More Italian restaurant with a view
My expectations for an English vineyard were pretty low if I’m honest. I don’t know a huge amount about wine, but I do know that for grapes to grow you need a fair bit of sun, and that’s where I thought we’d have a bit of an issue; we get the odd heatwave but it’s… Read More Three Choirs Vineyard
Trying to keep up with what’s happening on the food scene in both Cheltenham and Bristol keeps James and I pretty busy! We use this system at work called Trello that organises the teams workflow; James and I use it for listing restaurants we need to go to. Montpellier Lodge had been on my list… Read More Montpellier Lodge, Cheltenham
You may remember a while ago I wrote a rave review about a Sunday roast I had at The Rummer Hotel, where the delicious vegetable dishes even out-shone the gorgeous meat. Well, the culinary genius behind that incredible roast is now delighting diners at the Brigstow Lounge which is down on the Millennium Promenade, in… Read More Brigstow Lounge welcomes one of Bristol best chefs.
She’s one of the most important women in your life, from holding your hand for your first few steps to cleaning your grazed knee as a child, from helping you pack up your belongings and packing you off to university to cooking your hearty meals when you crawl back home after a long and eventful term. She’s always… Read More The perfect Mother’s Day gift guide for every mum
You may or may not remember a previous blog post about my visit to Wild Beer; I raved about their great tapas style dishes and unique tasting beers. You may ask, so why the change? Well, I can confirm that the new menu is an impressive improvement on what was already a solid range of… Read More Swanky new menu at Wild Beer, Cheltenham
You’d never guess it but the Wild Beer Co are all about their beer. Well, I say that but they also knock up some great food too. Jessop House in Cheltenham is where you’ll find them, which is also their first and currently only bar and restaurant. If you are a beer fan, you are… Read More Wild beer Co, Cheltenham
With so many places to visit in Bristol I feel like my life revolves around food. New independent places keep cropping up all of the time, I can barely keep up. But at the moment, I’m pretty happy exploring some of the more well known places, which includes Casamia. Casamia opened in 1999 but began it’s transformation… Read More Casamia, Bristol
I’ve recently trained my taste buds to enjoy olives. I know right, super sophisticated. That’s my main reason for doing it. I have a similar goal with wine. I’m a big fan of the pink stuff, partial to a white and avoid the red. I don’t think my alcohol preferences have developed much since my teen… Read More Wine and Cheese Tasting at Goldbrick House