Category Archives: Red Wine

Café Review: Sugar Junction, Manchester

Set in Manchester’s young and trendy Northern Quarter, Sugar Junction (SJ) is a warm and welcoming haven against the blistering winter cold outside. I first heard about this tearoom by way of Chinese whispers of sorts. When visiting me at university,

Café Review: Sugar Junction, Manchester

Set in Manchester’s young and trendy Northern Quarter, Sugar Junction (SJ) is a warm and welcoming haven against the blistering winter cold outside. I first heard about this tearoom by way of Chinese whispers of sorts. When visiting me at university,

Restaurant Review: Da Agnese, Lake Albano

Not only does Ristorante Da Agnese have a superb view over Lake Albano and the encircling hillsides, it is also surrounded by towns famous for their top-quality produce: buffalo mozzarella from Circeo, porchetta from Ariccia and local prosciutto and salumi

Restaurant Review: Da Agnese, Lake Albano

Not only does Ristorante Da Agnese have a superb view over Lake Albano and the encircling hillsides, it is also surrounded by towns famous for their top-quality produce: buffalo mozzarella from Circeo, porchetta from Ariccia and local prosciutto and salumi

Restaurant Review: Carlo Menta, Rome

I won’t boast the Carlo Menta serves the best food about town, but the atmosphere is always lively, service is fast, prices are extremely economical and its ideally located for a night out. Thats not to say that the food is

Restaurant Review: Carlo Menta, Rome

I won’t boast the Carlo Menta serves the best food about town, but the atmosphere is always lively, service is fast, prices are extremely economical and its ideally located for a night out. Thats not to say that the food is

Restaurant Review: La Sagra del Vino, Rome

La Sagra del Vino was my first experience of traditional Roman trattoria-style dining. I was taken there by my Roman housemate and connoisseur of Rome’s best eateries. A meal out with him never disappointed. La Sagra del Vino is a family-run restaurant

Restaurant Review: La Sagra del Vino, Rome

La Sagra del Vino was my first experience of traditional Roman trattoria-style dining. I was taken there by my Roman housemate and connoisseur of Rome’s best eateries. A meal out with him never disappointed. La Sagra del Vino is a family-run restaurant

Restaurant Review: Alle Fratte di Trastevere, Rome

Trastevere is a hub for great food, from pizza joints, bakeries and a fair few family-run trattorias. Alle Fratte di Trastevere is, in my opinion, one of the best in this vibrant bubble in Rome. Here, you can find true Roman cuisine, as

Restaurant Review: Alle Fratte di Trastevere, Rome

Trastevere is a hub for great food, from pizza joints, bakeries and a fair few family-run trattorias. Alle Fratte di Trastevere is, in my opinion, one of the best in this vibrant bubble in Rome. Here, you can find true Roman cuisine, as

Cafe Review: Carre Bleu, Nice

After a day at the beach in Cagnes sur Mer, I often head to Carré Bleu for dinner. The food is exquisite and the view of the sun setting over the sea, unbeatable. Carré Bleu reaps the benefits of being on the seafront, serving a

Cafe Review: Carre Bleu, Nice

After a day at the beach in Cagnes sur Mer, I often head to Carré Bleu for dinner. The food is exquisite and the view of the sun setting over the sea, unbeatable. Carré Bleu reaps the benefits of being on the seafront, serving a

Cafe Review: Pam Pam Cafe, Juan Les Pins

My summers in the south of France would be nothing without the excitement and buzz of Pam Pam; a Brazilian café and rum bar in Juan-les-Pins, just around the corner from Nice. Lively music, gorgeous Brazilian dancers in bright, exotic costume, live

Cafe Review: Pam Pam Cafe, Juan Les Pins

My summers in the south of France would be nothing without the excitement and buzz of Pam Pam; a Brazilian café and rum bar in Juan-les-Pins, just around the corner from Nice. Lively music, gorgeous Brazilian dancers in bright, exotic costume, live