Review – Hook Camden

Who doesn’t love good fish and chips? It’s the Great British Friday tea! There are countless fish bars around the country, many of them doing fantastic traditional fish and chips but I toddled along with the family to Hook in Camden, a little indie sit-down restaurant to check out their claim of doing the ‘best…

Review – Limeyard California Kitchen

Limeyard is a small but growing chain of restaurants with an outlet near us in Staines. We’ve been a few times and always enjoyed it there as it’s a great combination of traditional American-inspired favourites with some twists, at a fairly reasonable price. On our last visit, we went for Sunday brunch for Mother’s Day….

Review – Jet2 On-board Plane Food

We were able to have a quick getaway to some winter sun recently and travelled with Jet2 for the first time. As it was a four hour flight, we pre-booked seats and food. This did add nearly £100 to our holiday cost but we had a free child place anyway. Firstly, we were impressed with…

Review – Bird Camden : Gluten Free Fried Chicken!

During January everyone starts thinking about their food intake and what they can change to make themselves feel better. Many people cut out or reduce their wheat intake and I have friends who follow a wheat-free diet for health reasons. But we still need our indulgences and I’m a big fan of healthier indulgence. It’s…

Review – Reds True Barbecue vs. Smokestak London

My family and work colleagues will tell you my pet hate is ‘poncy crisps’. Now, I love crisps and there is nothing better than premium hand-cooked crisps that are fresh, crunchy and moreish. So if you’ve managed to make such a high quality crisp, why ruin it then with ridiculous flavours such as cream cheese…