Harbourside Yoga Supper with Anupreet Attridge

I have a particular love for the combination of yoga and food events. The opportunity to chill and chat with your fellow yogis over some delicious food is just lovely. 🙂 How to make this more Bristol? Put the yoga class on the harbourside! Fusion Chef, Anupreet Attridge, had the idea sitting outside Spoke and…

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…

Dinewithi – Totterdown Canteen combo

Pop up restaurants are a great way to experience fabulous food in Bristol. One of my personal faves is Dinewithi. With an ethos of: “flavoursome, unfussy, locally sourced food cooked beautifully” you can always be confident that you will be finish the eve full and happy! Luckily for me, the most recent location to showcase the tasty treats was just round…

Bath Priory: Bringing the culinary delights of Bath to me…

This year I chose Bath Priory from the fabulous array of fine dining options. I have read some pretty fabulous things about Bath Priory; however despite the fact that Bath is practically on our doorstep I rarely venture there! So, the opportunity to try it out just 2 minutes walk from where I work was…

Dining with i again…

Anywho, better late than never, right? And I am in time to rave about the Dine with I experience before his next venture in April at a new venue, the Mauretania. 🙂 Although it may be a little bit odd talking about a festive themed feast in March. Sorry. To give you all a bit…