Foodie/ Restaurant Reviews.
If I were to make a rough estimation of how many of mine, my friends and families conversations evolve around food, I’d probably say 80%.. If not more. We are HUGE foodies.
We live by the 80/20 rule.
Monday through Friday, we eat pretty damn well. Healthy, home-cooked, nutritious and delicious meals, never ever boring (speaking of which, have you tried my Moroccan chicken yet?) But come Saturday, we let our hair down, usually in the form of a #tastytreat or two. Baked goods seem to be high on our list of priorities at the moment, and lets be honest, doesn’t coffee taste better when its paired with an almond croissant? Once we’ve satisfied the sweet hankerings, we’re often on the hunt for savoury because you know, #balance.
Much like my love for independent coffee shops, I love sampling restaurants that are under the radar, as well as visiting pop-ups, and of course, brunching . This has got to be my most favoured way to spend quality time with friends and family.
Bath is a hub for independent gems and I hope that when you read these posts, it’ll inspire you to give some of these places a go! As always, I strive to be extremely transparent and honest with all content I post, and will never post or promote any product or service that I don’t genuinely believe in, or appreciate. If I don’t believe somewhere is up to scratch, I’ll tell you – promise!
If there is anywhere you’d like me to review, or, any weird and wonderful eateries you’ve found, leave a comment, email me or let me know on Instagram. I’d love to hear from you!
must-read food reviews
Eat Out To Help Out : A Foodie Review. ‘Eat Out to Help Out‘…August 15, 2020
Brunching in Thailand. Phuket is the land of tropical beaches, warm seas and relaxation.…June 11, 2019
Nourish: Plant Based Eating in Bath. Back in January, Bounce and As Nature Intended…March 15, 2019
The Cakery. Venue: The Cakery Location: Bath, BA2 4LD Blowout or budget: Budget! Prices…May 11, 2018