Restaurants

Discover some delicious foodie trips below, from the culinary delights of Rome to unusual meals sampled in Bergen, Norway.

For closer restaurants and dining out experiences, you’ll find a range of restaurant and food reviews throughout the UK, including Duck & Waffle in London, and The Grand Hotel in Brighton.

South Lodge Hotel Afternoon Tea Review, Horsham
Restaurants

South Lodge Hotel Afternoon Tea Review, Horsham

As a Christmas present Will and I were given a lovely experience of afternoon tea at the South Lodge Hotel in Horsham. An exclusive 5* luxury venue, it overlooks the South Downs and has a very traditional British feel.

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Choccywoccydoodah Cafe Review, Brighton
Europe

Choccywoccydoodah Cafe Review, Brighton

I first heard of Choccywoccydoodah from my mum who mentioned the Sky documentary based on this poetically named, bespoke, chocolate design shop in Brighton. For those of us without Sky, the best option is to seek out this treat of a place by following the chocolately smell through the famous laines of Brighton, past the Bath Arms pub, and up the stairs into the sinful Choccywoccydoodah cafe.

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What to do in Florence: Food, Views and Art History
Travel

What to do in Florence: Food, Views and Art History

My third stop in Italy after Venice and Rome, I had high hopes for Florence. I’d been here once before as part of a cruise, but all I remember is seeing the copy of the Statue of David and it being a mega 42C! So, it was as if completely new as I found my way to the hotel on the first day before Will arrived. After meeting at the airport, the day was pretty much complete so my take on what to do in Florence comes from the three remaining days, which were enough to see the best of…

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A Taste of Hamburg
Travel

A Taste of Hamburg

Getting to Hamburg was an entertaining mission full of surprises. Leaving Copenhagen early in the morning, there was a replacement bus service to the middle of nowhere, literally. If you Google Roedby Fergen there are no images, but hopefully this post will change that fact. From here, the train unexpectedly boarded a boat… where we journeyed across the channel and entered Germany, country number four.

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