An oyster guzzling, cheese hoarding, wine lover with a hunger to learn more about the hospitality industry.. I still believe that du Vin was a catalyst for where I am today.
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.
New restaurants are propping up in and around the city faster than I can open and finish a bottle of wine. I recently visited 1580 Restaurant to review their menu.
There's always something popping up in the food hall of Selfridges Bullring. Over the weekend I paid a visit to the latest pop-up Godiva, to try their rich, decadent and juicy chocolate covered strawberries Godiva was created in 1926 and takes its name from the legend of the Lady Godiva. The premium and luxurious Belgian chocolate brand… Continue reading Event: Godiva and Strawberries at Selfridges Bullring, Birmingham
I'm still quite fuzzy with the cuisine of South Asia. I remember when I first got into wine about 6 or 7 years ago and I was overwhelmed and so confused by Italian wines, look at me now. Who would have thought Italian wine would now be my thing.
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.
La Belle Assiette Review I love hosting guests at mine, however I hate washing up. Whilst in London, I'd host dinners for around 4-10 guests at a time, wine-a-plenty. When Emily of Good Girl Gone Brum, mentioned that she'd be hosting a dinner party with a private chef and that I was invited, I couldn't… Continue reading Event: Dinner with La Belle Assiette