If you like paying more for less this is for you. It tastes just like the normal Philadelphia, but mildly lighter. It is more spreadable but an extra fifty pence just to make something spreadable is an ridiculous offer. So this is not worth it for snacking. However for recipes the whole community has gone bananas about using it. Recipes for this and that, using … Continue reading Philadephia Whipped
The Bull and last in Kentish Town, right next to the Heath serves amazing Sunday breakfasts, with no kids menus around. This is the perfect place to go after a long morning walk to sit read the papers and chat. The food is very good and you leave feeling full up. For lunches and dinners it is the same, good simple food. I highly recommend … Continue reading Bull and Last Brunch
Last month I was in a pub with my family. I was not that hungry, so I asked for a smaller portion. This was a bad move as I was given a kid’s portion and some crayons. Now I like crayons as much as the next person, but why can’t children be offered good food like normal people. I’m twelve, not twelve months old and I … Continue reading A smaller portion
Right in the middle of Kentish Town is Rossella. Italian food, great company and a meal to fill you right up. I have been going to Rossella’s for two happy years, in those times I have enjoyed a personalised birthday cake and an alfresco night which brought a whole neighbourhood together. At Rossella you are greeted by Luca, owner, manager and cook. Everybody gets along … Continue reading Rossella, an Italian Haven in Camden
Hidden in The Lanes in Brighton is Riddle and Finns a champagne and fish bar serving fresh fish and a million different types of prawns and mussels. As you scurry through The Lanes you find this hidden marvel that looks like someone has taken it out of Paris and plopped it in an alley in Brighton. We snacked on starters, ordering tempura prawns for me … Continue reading Riddle and Finns – posh fish at it’s best.
Reviews, Food and Lots of Fun Childsportion is all about good food and reviews from a child’s point of view. Continue reading Child’s Portion