Glitch Eatery Launch!

Glitch has always been much more than a hair salon: art gallery, music venue, plant shop and kitchen! The multi-concept store is soon to have a little bit of a makeover though to launch their new eatery, focused on the “Bunwich” – where they are mixing up fashion and food even more.  “What is a bunwich?”…

Thali: Alternative Festive Feast

Christmas dinner is a pretty big deal – I probably get far too excited about it if I am honest. It’s my absolute favourite meal of the year, right from the ribs starter (mother goose is threatening to remove this tradition so I’m continuously campaigning to keep it) heaps of roast potatoes, to the post…

Bristol Food Tour – East to West Tour

Anyone else feel like they can never keep up with Bristol’s continuously fabulous food scene? Well there is one way to efficiently tick off a few of our wonderful independents in one fell swoop… The Bristol Food Tour. I had the absolute pleasure of trying out the new East to West tour with some fellow…

An Ode To Wings Diner

I have a problem…it’s accidental fried chicken I’m at Small Bar for a drink and those cravings kick in. Juicy double-fried chicken for the perfect crunch You haven’t lived until you’ve had Wings Diner for lunch. Wings, burgers or jackfruit might be what you feel But I need me a two-piece ten pound meal deal….

Arnolfini – extended cafe hours

THE SUN HAS GOT HIS HAT ON! HIP HIP HIP HOORAY…..Which means the majority of Bristol will be congregating outside Arnolfini, legs a dangling over the water, grabbing the last of those rays with a cider in hand. To add to this joy, Arnolfini are now extending their kitchen hours on Thursday, Friday and Saturday…

Tsukemono: a pop up of pickled things

The fab Japanese Soul food from Tsukemono first came to my attention at a recent yoga brunch, where we were spoilt with mass sharing dishes of tofu, Japanese gravalax and their signature colourful pickled things (Tsukemono translates into “pickled things”. Cute!) I was immediately in love with their experimental approach to Japanese food. The main takeaway from the brunch was however that…

Vela pop up – Indian high tea

I love afternoon tea! The extravagance of a mid-afternoon meal of an abundance of savoury and sweet dishes is wonderful. I was therefore intrigued and excited by the idea of Vela pop-up, bringing an Indian high tea to Bristol (Hart’s Bakery to be exact): an afternoon of friends, tea, talk, but most importantly: food. Plates…

Root: Celebrating the mighty vegetable

We live in a time when change is constant. People change locations, diet plans, jobs. I have therefore stayed in my job for a relatively long time. The reason? The people! I am lucky to work with some incredibly talented, inspirational people including some pretty fabulous women. I have met a lot of my favourite…