It’s safe to say I’m completely obsessed with bao buns. After having them at Wagamamas my obsession grew during my travels to Australia last year. I tried to eat as many as possible in China Town in Melbourne, in Sydney and Perth!
I haven’t found many places in the UK that do them yet, especially not in the south! Although I’m sure there’s loads of places that do them in London before you start @-ing me.
Anyway, you’ll imagine my surprise when Henry and I were walking through Southsea looking for somewhere to eat and stumbled on Two Doors Down. Continue reading “Bao buns at Two Doors Down in Southsea”
[AD] Recently I was invited for an evening of mindfulness and conversation to mark Wagamama’s partnership with mental health charity Mind at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth.
This was a gifted dinner but, all opinions are my own otherwise what’s the point?! You can’t buy my opinion and I firmly believe talking about mental health and that breaking the stigma surrounding it is very important!
Continue reading “An evening of mindfulness with Wagamama at Gunwharf Quays”
How do you wish your loved one a Happy Valentine’s Day? With a Love Sausage of course!
Turns out that a cheeky Valentine’s Day innuendo from the one of the nation’s favourite retailers is what cut through all the noise last week in the PR world.
Take a look at Marks and Spencer’s Love Sausage!
Continue reading “CREATIVE CAMPAIGNS #36 – Marks and Spencer’s Love Sausage”
Henry and I celebrated five years together with a rather sumptuous meal at The Florist.
Take a look at this Bristol foodie hotspot and its beautiful Instagram worthy interior! Continue reading “Anniversary dinner at The Florist in Bristol”
Looking for a cosy spot to hide away from the weather and grab a bite to eat? Salt Cafe at WicorMarine Yacht Haven in Porchester, is so warm and inviting, here’s my delicious lunch review from my first visit. Continue reading “A cosy lunch at Salt Cafe”
Embracing a vegan diet? If you’re on the south coast of England you need to know about a great option for eating out and sticking fully to the vegan way of life.
Cafe Thrive has become a staple on the Southampton foodie scene. It is making sure those opting for a vegan lifestyle have just as many options as other non-vegan establishments.
Continue reading “Vegan treats at Cafe Thrive”
Take a look at the delicious cocktails and food at Cabana at West Quay, Southampton. I joined the Southampton Bloggers for dinner and cocktails and it did not disappoint!
Continue reading “Cocktails and dinner at Cabana”
Marks and Spencer has gone all out to celebrate Lendy Cowes Week with a new pop up gin bar called the Mast & Sail at it’s West Cowes store*.
I ventured over to the Isle of Wight for the bar’s opening and to sample ‘The 1826’ gin cocktail that’s been created for the prestigious sailing event.
All aboard the Red Funnel Red Jet for a night on the Island…what a way to spend an evening!
Continue reading “Let Lendy Cowes Week 2018 be GIN! An evening at Marks and Spencer’s new pop up Mast & Sail bar”
Mexican market food was just the ticket on a sunny evening – it gave me all the holiday vibes. Wahaca have a little terrace in Southampton that catches the late afternoon sun, I could have sat there all night!
I joined blogging beauty Alice Spake for the evening to discover the new items on the menu*, come and take a look…
Continue reading “New food is on the menu at Wahaca!”
Jane Devonshire, the winner of Masterchef 2016, has put a south east surf and turf twist on the newly launched best ever burger from Marks and Spencer.
Recently I was invited to a summer soiree to meet Jane, discover the new summer food collection and try the burger with the big claims!
Here are the ingredients, the ‘Best Ever Surf & Turf Rosti Burger’ recipe and my tips for making it all to come together if you’d like to try it at home*.
These burgers would make a great summer dinner party dish and level up your standard BBQ with a bit of finesse.
Continue reading “Jane Devonshire brings a south east touch to Marks and Spencer’s best ever burger”