Saturday, 20 December 2014

Photo Post: foodPark at The North Pole



We're spending a lot of time outside doing the street food thing this winter, mostly at foodPark's amazing winter pop-up on Parker's Piece - right in the city centre and next to the beautiful ice rink that's visiting Cambridge for a few weeks. If you haven't already popped along to eat from one of the fantastic selection of street food traders or to grab a drink from our stunning foodPark Bar, you really must find the time this Christmas. This kind of thing doesn't pop up in the heart of Cambridge very often... 

Visit the foodPark website to find full details, opening hours and trader line-ups. 

Sunday, 7 September 2014

Review: Delphine's Diner, Aldeburgh



On our last trip to the Suffolk coast we spotted a new addition to Aldeburgh's high street, Delphine's Diner. Anywhere else along that strip of coast, a highly styled, 1950s style burger and shakes diner would seem out of place. Not in Aldeburgh, where old school boozers sit alongside traditional fish huts and chippies, hemmed in by 5 star hotels and high end restaurants and retailers aimed at the middle class yachting set. As regular visitors to the area, to us Delphine's Diner shone out like a beacon, standing out from the same old row of Jack Wills, Joules, and holiday homes. 

Review: Pint Shop, Cambridge



This weekend's treat was revisiting Pint Shop, an independent pub and restaurant that opened in the heart of historic Cambridge back in November 2013 and quickly picked up a loyal following of fans of their daily changing real ales, craft beers, and unique food menu dedicated to meat and bread. It is still the same popular place today but with a few new twists on the menus, a back garden area that's now properly bedded in and always buzzing with after work and weekend drinkers, and some new faces behind the bar.


Saturday, 6 September 2014

Article: Five Foodie Favourites on the Suffolk coast





The Suffolk coast is my favourite destination for a good old British holiday. As well as clean, crowd-free beaches and beautiful, unspoilt countryside, the area is packed with some amazing foodie spots - some well-known, others springing up in unknown villages and farming communities all the time. Here are my current five favourite spots to check out on a foodie trip to East Suffolk...