Cheese and wine? "Yes please" was my response when my friend C suggested an evening out. Cheval Blanc in Moseley are leading the way when it comes to wine and food events in Birmingham. They host events at least 4 times a month and there is something for everyone. I recently attended the seafood dinner, check out my thoughts here.
Say no to staying in on a Wednesday, find your best pals and book a table for the Boca Grande Tacos at The Plough in Harborne.
I have a love-love relationship with oysters, if there are oysters on a menu I must have one. If I am travelling through Europe, I must find an oyster bar. I also know the word for oyster in many European languages..hmmm.
Sabai translates to happy, comfortable and relaxed. Eating good food often leaves me feeling this way. I guess Sabai Sabai, is what hygge is to the Danish. This is my Sabai Sabai blogger review.
If you haven’t heard of Malmaison, they are a small chain of classy, stylish boutique hotels. Malmaison can be classed as a relaxed, upmarket destination. With the premise of upmarket, comes a responsibility to provide a smart brasserie with quality food and service. Their food can be described as British-cum-French.
For those of you that don't know me so well, I'd like to share a little secret... I absolutely love wine! My former non-glamorous-wine-trade-life gave me the pleasure of trying so many fabulous wines and the opportunity to meet winemakers and importers. Since leaving almost 2 years ago, these opportunities are few and far between. Through… Continue reading Wine: Love Wine Festival, Birmingham
Cafe Rouge has something new to offer and why you don't want to miss out!