Category Archives: Café Review

Rome for the Summer—A Guide to What, Where and When to Eat

When I moved to Rome for 6 months of university study last year, I had one thing on my mind, and one thing only. Food. Sure, spending my time engulfed in Italian grammar books, or attempting to infiltrate the university’s

Rome for the Summer—A Guide to What, Where and When to Eat

When I moved to Rome for 6 months of university study last year, I had one thing on my mind, and one thing only. Food. Sure, spending my time engulfed in Italian grammar books, or attempting to infiltrate the university’s

Cafe Review: Eighth Day Cooperative and Café

Since my first university days back in 2010, Eighth Day Coop has been a regular on my food list. I first visited when I made a firm decision to ‘go green’ and eat super healthily, after having dragged out Freshers’

Cafe Review: Eighth Day Cooperative and Café

Since my first university days back in 2010, Eighth Day Coop has been a regular on my food list. I first visited when I made a firm decision to ‘go green’ and eat super healthily, after having dragged out Freshers’

Café Review: Baila, Old Town, Swindon

The days when coffee shops were merely a pit stop for your morning hit of caffeine-on-the-go have been left in the 90s, along with dial-up connections and mood rings. Now it’s all about carefully sourced single-origin beans, foam art and

Café Review: Baila, Old Town, Swindon

The days when coffee shops were merely a pit stop for your morning hit of caffeine-on-the-go have been left in the 90s, along with dial-up connections and mood rings. Now it’s all about carefully sourced single-origin beans, foam art and

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Bistro Review: WOOD. Wine & Deli, Manchester

Modern wine bar and bistro, WOOD. (formerly Fyg) on Manchester city centre’s trendy Tib Street exudes a warm and welcoming charm. It’s a lovely place to spend an evening, either sharing food with friends and family or sipping wine on

Café Review: The Retreat, Grassington

A few weeks ago, my mum and I went to visit my aunt and uncle in the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. They are great lovers of rambling, but, while I appreciate the fresh air and beautiful views, I

Café Review: The Retreat, Grassington

A few weeks ago, my mum and I went to visit my aunt and uncle in the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales. They are great lovers of rambling, but, while I appreciate the fresh air and beautiful views, I

Café Review: He Says She Waffles, Cirencester

Cirencester’s town centre is abounding with great cafés and eateries. Wander under stone archways and through the narrow alleys, and soon enough you will fall upon He Says She Waffles—a little waffle house with big flavours. There is no sweeter

Café Review: He Says She Waffles, Cirencester

Cirencester’s town centre is abounding with great cafés and eateries. Wander under stone archways and through the narrow alleys, and soon enough you will fall upon He Says She Waffles—a little waffle house with big flavours. There is no sweeter

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,