Doner kebab at the Boston kebab house – Boston, Massachusetts.

For an English girl in America it’s always exciting when I find myself a real lamb doner kebab, and not a gyro or ‘kabob’ meat on a stick. I’m talking about the big rotating slab of meat that’s oozing with grease and god knows what; the meat that you mostly choose to eat after a…

Chamas rodizio. Beverley’s independent Brazilian Steakhouse.

Today felt almost like a fast as I waited patiently for that clock to strike 4pm, so that I could stuff my face with delicious all you can eat Brazilian meat at Chamas Rodizio. My stomach felt as though it was eating itself, which in all honesty probably isn’t a bad thing for it to…

Shin ramen. Independent Japanese ramen restaurant in Coventry, UK.

If you’ve ever been to England you’ll know it’s hard to find decent ramen. Of course there’s the chain restaurant like Shoryu, which is always a win. But independent ramen business’ outside of London? Good luck! On our travels this week we happened to stumble upon just that! Oh, the shock! An independent ramen shop,…

Quick grabs at Tamper coffee: Sellers Wheel. Sheffield, UK

Today I bring you another ‘quick grab’ in my quick grab series. Originally I hoped I’d get a new one out each week, but that proved to be difficult and I now will aim to get one to you as and when I find a good spot. I walked the cobbled streets of England’s ‘home…

Little Bao boy and mussels pots. Leeds, Brewers market.

I wasn’t going to write a piece on a food stand but lo-and-behold, here I am, writing a whole review because it was just THAT good.   Last weekend we went to Leeds for a craft beer festival at Canal Mills, and we were treated to an array of yummy food stands right there in…

A Tiny Rebel. Cardiff.

Last week I found my way to the Tiny Rebel taphouse in Cardiff for some delicious beer fun. Walking the dark streets seemed pretty eerie late at night, making the taproom even more inviting with its bright lights and splashes of red color. From the outside it was just a corner building pulling your attention…

Mango beer and mussels at Zerodegrees brewing. Cardiff.

This week I was introduced to Zerodegrees brewery here in Cardiff and fell in love with their mango beer. We also arrived during their happy hours between 5-7pm where pints are £3. I also tried their honey wheat beer, which was delicious and refreshing. I’d love to spend a warm summer day, sitting with a…