How very refreshing. I ventured into Cheltenham's newest café today and had the pleasure of sampling some of their healthy delights. That's right, we Cheltonians now have our very own health food café in town, and it puts a smile on my face just knowing that it's there. I have to say that there aren't … Continue reading Kindness & Co.
Refreshingly friendly and attentive service, stunningly delicious Japanese cuisine and a cosy, boutique atmosphere - KIBOU leaves me thinking one thing: How have I not been here before! Nestled in the heart of Cheltenham, down a few steps on Regent Street, you'll find the most lovely little hideaway. My new happy place. Expensive? Not really. Where … Continue reading KIBOU Sushi
Last week we were lucky enough to visit The Big Feastival; a music and good food extravaganza of epic proportions. The brainchild of Jamie Oliver and Alex James of Blur fame, the event is beautifully colourful, refreshingly child friendly, and remarkably chilled out. Hosted at Alex's Kingham farm in the stunning Cotswolds, it's only a … Continue reading The Big Feastival
The setting was fabulous, the architecture and décor transported me back in time and warmed my soul. The service really was wonderful and the food was reasonable. Local game (mostly in season) and homemade food, honest and well-proportioned. I liked it. But... what's with children's menus being so lame? I understand that you get fussy children … Continue reading The Plough at Ford
Jailbreak. If you like beer and you're anywhere near Baltimore or Washington, you should pay these guys a visit. So let's set the scene. Nestled in Laurel and founded by Kasey Turner and Justin Bonner, Jailbreak is a relaxed, inviting and generally cool little bar. Actually, it's rather spacious. Most importantly, it's an awesome microbrewery … Continue reading Breaking The Law