Dinner at F.east at Walcot, Bath

On the corner of Walcot Streets lies a very unassuming restaurant, F.east at Walcot, focusing on Hong Kong and Chinese cuisine. Having recently opened in May, their aim is to bring fresh, home-cooked and authentic food to all in Bath. We couldn't wait to try it!

The Coffee House Project 2019, Bristol's First Coffee Festival

The Coffee House Project is Bristol's First Coffee Festival! Starting in 2018, it was set up by two coffee connoisseurs, Louisa Parry and Sofia Simou and after a very successful first year, it came back for another! You simply pay for entry, and then you go round sampling all the coffees from the different stalls. This year, we were kindly invited by Heyday Maté. More on them later! ☕️

At the festival, there were workshops, talks, free sampling, food, music and competitions including the baristas vs bartenders cocktail competition.

If you forgot your keep cup (reusable coffee cup), you could 'rent' one for the day for £5, refundable on return of the cup. A great way to make sure thousands of single-use cups weren't thrown away, which is exactly what we did!

Dinner at Dough, Bristol

Dough is a staple on both Bath and Bristol's pizza scene. What you might not know, is that its bases make it a little bit different to your traditional pizzeria, hence its name. The dough is made in house in the Neapolitan style by specialist artisans from Puglia to make for truly authentic Italian pizza - but there's a twist! Dough has 13 different types of dough to choose from, ranging from a classic sourdough to wheatgrass, hemp and gluten-free purple corn. Aside from the fact that they look super cool and a taste a little bit different, it also means that Dough has pizza for everyone, whatever their dietary requirements 🤩🍕.

We started with a couple of Aperol Spritz' 🍊 [£8.75]

These were refreshing and the perfect authentic Italian drink to hit off the evening.

Dinner at Nook Garden at The Bird Hotel, Bath

We had such a great time sampling the drinks at Nook Garden at The Bird Hotel over the bank holiday weekend (click here to read about it 👈🏼), so we jumped at the chance to head back to try their food menu too!

We were sat in the middle, perfectly placed to look across the garden, enjoy the skyline view of Bath Abbey and watch the sun set. We were under the twisting branches of the lit-up centrepiece tree, something between a piece of a movie set and a sculpture.

We ordered drinks as the sun began to set.

Lunch at Phat Yaks, Bath

Phat Yaks might be a familiar establishment to those acquainted with the central Bath food scene. Situated in Kingsmead square, it’s the sister café to the Yak Yeti Yak restaurant and offers eat in and takeaway Nepalese street food. 🇳🇵

This energetic café overlooks the hustle and bustle of Kingsmead Square and has so much to offer. From freshly made curry, Buddha bowls and vegan delights to speciality coffee and lassi (Nepalese milkshakes), Phat Yaks is well worth a visit if you are looking for lunch in Bath.

Romantic Date-Night Restaurants & Bars in Bath | BATH FOOD GUIDE

Bath is full of fantastic romantic restaurants and bars. With low, ambient lighting and a killer drinks list to match, lots of these would be absolutely perfect for a first date. We've included both restaurants, bars in here so that you have a range of options to pick from. Have fun on your date! 

Beckford Bottle Shop 🍴🍷

A modern wine bar with a menu consisting of sharing plates that changes on a regular basis to ensure the freshest, most seasonal ingredients. Order a couple of plates to share, get a few glasses of wine and chat away in a cosy and dimly lit restaurant. This is one of our all-time favourites in Bath and we would highly recommend the chocolate mousse. Click here for our full review.

5-8 Saville Row

Lunch at Hondo Sushi, Bath

Hondo Sushi has only been open for about half a year, but it has already built quite a name for itself in the Bath food scene 🍣. Located in the city centre right next to Hondo Chinese Supermarket, the restaurant offers hand-made sushi as well as a variety of other Japanese dishes, including ramen and bento boxes. With an extensive menu of delicious-looking food, we were very excited to try out the restaurant.

We had a variety of different dishes, including some of their popular sushi rolls, a salad and a noodle dish. 😋

We started with small sushi plates.

G&T Class at No. 15, Bath with Pixie App

Last week we joined the self-proclaimed gin connoisseur and head-barman, Ian, at No. 15 for an evening of gin tasting with Pixie App.

We got a breakdown of the different styles of gin along with an explanation of which and why each botanical is used in the chosen chosen. We also learnt how gin is distilled before trying all of the different gin combinations - the best way to learn, of course 😉.

Drinks at The Dark Horse, Bath

Kingsmead Square is one of my favourite spots in Bath, with such an eclectic mix of independents, something very different to the 'main' city centre itself which is becoming dominated by chains. Next to Society Cafe, you may have noticed a fabulous underground bar named 'The Dark Horse'. 

If you want to support your local economy and businesses, the Dark Horse is an excellent place to do so. In fact, they couldn't really be any more independent and local if they tried. The menu has several local products and ingredients from English wines and South West beers, to some fruits and herbs which have been "foraged from the lush and bountiful hills that surround this fine city". Even some of the furniture has been sourced by antique dealers in Bath, or created by the owner himself. 

Where to Eat in Vale do Lobo, Quinta do Lago & Almancil | ALGARVE FOOD GUIDE

Fish, seafood, piri piri chicken and pastel de nata all might come to mind when you think of food on the Algarve in Portugal. For the last two weeks, I've been on holiday in Vale do Lobo. Other than soaking up the sun, I've also been indulging in some of the *best* fish I've ever had! 🐟

Here are a couple of the places that I would recommend if you're going to the Vale do Lobo area (in no particular order). 


This beachside restaurant and rooftop bar is super vibey for both lunch and dinner. On Sunday's they have parties where you'll see an ocean of magnum rosé bottles and some questionable (very English) dance moves 🤪. 

Our favourites include the seabass avocado ceviche starter, the piri piri chicken, the smoked salmon avocado tower, the fresh seared tuna and the gluten-free chocolate torte (delicious)! 

Praia do Garrão Poente 

Drinks at Nook Garden at The Bird Hotel, Bath

Given an exceptional bank holiday weather forecast along with the prospect of trying a new outdoor drinks spot in Bath, we were thrilled to be invited to pop-up Nook Garden at the Bird Hotel this weekend. ⛱

Sitting at the end of the Recreation ground (on Pulteney Road), the Bird Hotel offers a city centre location with unique interiors. The Nook Garden (open until 29 September) is at the back of the hotel and is a peaceful, secluded setting for summer drinks with charming views out over Bath.

Dinner at Bath Sushi, Bath

Bath Sushi is located just outside of the city centre on Lower Bristol Road. If you have ever heard of Bath Sushi before, you probably know it as a takeaway sushi place or somewhere that pops up on Deliveroo if you search for 'sushi' in the area.

I used to order from this place all the time back when I was a university student living in Oldfield Park, but I had never eaten there before. Until now! We decided to go for a range of different dishes to try out all that they had to offer, rather than sticking to the usual hosomaki mini rolls of salmon and avocado.

The California Roll (crab meat, cucumber, avocado, fish roe and mayo) 🦀🥑 [£5.50 for 4 pieces]

Salmon Cream Cheese Roll (salmon, avocado, cucumber, omelette, mayo and cheese) 🍳🧀 [£6.60 for 4 pieces]

Both of these tasted amazing! Both the rice and the fish were super fresh, and the rolls were very flavourful. You could tell that these were freshly made with high-quality ingredients. All of the flavours complemented each other perfectly, and we especially loved the combination of the salmon and cream cheese. It's a love/hate one, but it was one of our favourites.

Dinner at The Mint Room, Bristol

The Mint Room is one of Bath and Bristol's favourite Indian restaurants, marrying classic Indian dishes with a modern twist to create a high-end dining experience. The Mint Room's Executive Chef, Saravanan Nambirajan, has a Michelin-rated background which shines through the meals.

The Mint Room has recently rolled out their new menu (click here for coverage of the menu tasting in Bath 👈🏼) and this time we were invited to try it out properly in Bristol! When we entered the restaurant, we were greeted and offered drinks in the light and airy bar area whilst we waited for our table.

Dinner at Mother & Wild, Corsham

After driving 25 minutes out of Bath and into the countryside, we arrived at the picturesque Corsham, an idyllic town just outside of the Cotswolds. Situated right on the high street is Mother & Wild, a quaint restaurant, cafe and bar, which was packed considering that it was a Tuesday evening. 

Mother & Wild focuses on wood-fired sourdough pizza and sharing plates, creating the perfect atmosphere for friends, family and loved ones to catch up over a variety of delicious food in a non-pretentious environment. We couldn't wait to get stuck in! 

Dinner at The Curious Kitchen at The Aztec Hotel & Spa, Bristol

The Curious Kitchen is a new restaurant at the Aztec Hotel & Spa in Bristol. The menu changes four times each year to make sure that the most fresh and seasonal ingredients are used to create delicious and innovative dishes. To celebrate their new menu and restaurant, we were kindly invited down to try it out.

Drinks at The Common Room, Bath

Tucked away behind the Assembly Rooms and the Fashion Museum, you will find The Common Room, a fun and quirky cocktail bar with an exotic interior.

Spoiler alert: after going, we've decided that it's one of Bath's best bars. 

Afternoon Tea at Sweet Little Things, Bath

Sweet Little Things tea room and bakery is centrally located, just next to Southgate, and is probably the most 'instagrammable' cafe in the whole of Bath. They offer breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a selection of sweet little things, as the name would suggest. 😉

When walking up to the cafe, the beautiful flower-adorned décor immediately catches your eye. The place is very girly, cheerful and flowery. The pink flower wall with the neon sign is definitely the cherry on top, and for some it might be *too* girly, but we love it! It's something a little bit different in our city. 🌸

Today, we went to Sweet Little Things to try out their classic afternoon tea 🧁 [£16.95 per person].

Lunch at Chaiwalla, Bath

If you have ever passed the Kingsmead Square area at lunch time, you will probably have seen a massive queue outside Chaiwalla and lots of happy customers leaving the place with a warm wrap in their hands and a massive smile on their face. 

If you're looking for a new lunchtime spot, love Indian food, or are curious about what all those people are eating and why they look so happy, keep reading. 👀

The Abbey Hotel, Bath | BATH HOTEL REVIEW

The Abbey Hotel is a charming four-star boutique hotel with 62 bedrooms, right in the heart of Bath. You may have heard of Art Bar or Koffmann & Mr. White's, their bar and restaurant (more on that later), but last week we were invited to check out the hotel rooms themselves. 💤

Key Facts ✏️

  • 4 Stars
  • Boutique Hotel 
  • Central Bath Location (North Parade - map below)
  • We stayed in one of their "Superior Rooms", which starts at £109 room-only. 

Dinner at The Cross Keys, Rode

The Cross Keys is situated in the quaint little Somerset village of Rode, right next to Frome and just a 25-minute drive from Bath 🚗.

As soon as we entered the quaint and rustic pub, we were welcomed with the cosiest interiors. We ordered drinks at the bar and were given a lovely table by the window.

Dinner at Underwood Restaurant, Bath

You may have spotted a new(ish) blue restaurant on Argyle Street recently. If you popped your head in, you would have been welcomed with an art deco, tranquil and relaxing interior.

We were recently invited to check out the new restaurant, and after a quick google and no menu posted on their website, we were intrigued with what type of food we would find (after our meal, we saw that they sometimes post menus on their instagram account here).  

Lunch at Patisserie Valerie, Bristol

Earlier this year, Patisserie Valerie sadly went into administration. However, it was saved and it's now back! For their new launch, they have decided to include a lunch and brunch menu focusing on staple favourites, and we were kindly invited down to their Bristol store to try some of them out. They still have their Bath branch, we just visited the Bristol one on this occasion.

New Menu Tasting at The Mint Room, Bath

The Mint Room is renowned in Bath for being something far more special than your average Indian restaurant. We've been impressed by it over the years, and were excited to be asked to celebrate the launch of their new menu with them over drinks and canapés on the restaurant's roof terrace. 

We were given champagne on arrival (it's a champagne terrace after all 🥂) while we chatted in the evening sunshine. The terrace itself has a London rooftop feel with plenty of seating, canopies and a central bar. 

Dinner at The Hare & Hounds, Bath

The Hare & Hounds is one of our absolute favourite pubs in Bath. With an incredible view over into the valley and food to match, it's one of Bath's favourites too.

Lunch at Springs Cafe in the Thermae Bath Spa

As you all know, visiting the thermal baths or the 'Thermae Bath Spa' is one of the best things to when in Bath. Whether you're a Bathonian or a tourist, everyone loves soaking up the mineral waters and detoxifying their bodies in the steam aromatherapy rooms - it's one of the most relaxing things to do 💆🏼‍♀️🛁! 

What you may (or may not) know, is that the spa has a cafe in it named Springs Cafe. Many of the spa packages include a meal at the cafe, however you can visit it if you're just a "regular" visitor too - they add time onto your stay so that you can grab a bite to eat without it affecting your spa time allocation.

The menu is very vast and caters for both the health-conscious and those who are ready to indulge. The dishes are mostly sourced locally which is always good to hear, and range from soups & salads to more hearty dishes like steaks and mac & cheese. 

New Menu Tasting at The Giggling Squid, Bath

If you love flowers, The Giggling Squid is probably one of the most beautifully decorated restaurants in Bath 🌸.

Known for its catchy name & yummy Thai food, The Giggling Squid recently changed their menu - and we had the exciting opportunity to try it all! As a Thai staple in Bath, we were intrigued to try their new & improved dishes. 

We were greeted with bubbly rosé and chatted with other Bath-based foodies. 

Our Giggling Squid hosts talked us through the menu and were incredibly attentive. They hinted towards a running theme throughout the whole menu & challenged us to guess what it was. After some hurried internet searching (trust a bunch of millenials to look up the answer online 😉), we concluded that the references to the numbers '555' throughout the menu's artwork were representative of change - right in line with the evolution of the Giggling Squid's food. 

Taking our seats, we moved onto cocktails.

Bath's Rooftop Restaurants & Bars | BATH FOOD GUIDE

As the weather starts to warm up, sitting on a rooftop with a view of the city & a spritz, glass of wine or a beer in hand seems like the perfect thing to do.

Because Bath is such a historic town, a lot of the buildings are listed and therefore have strict planning permission so not many have rooftops. That being said, here are five that are definitely worth visiting 🍷😘.

Hall & Woodhouse

Definitely a firm favourite in the Bath community, and one of the most popular for a drink in the sunny months. It gets very, very busy so make sure to either get their early or be prepared to stand. 

1 Old King Street

Gusta Pizza, one of Florence's Favourite Pizzerias

Gusta Pizza is probably one of the most popular pizzerias in Florence, especially amongst students. It is both family run and cosy and is close to the Palazzo Pitti and the Ponte Vecchio - the perfect stop for some post-sightseeing food. Expect to find cheap and cheerful pizzas accompanied by a long queue outside, especially in the busier summer months.

Dinner at Koffmann & Mr. White's, Bath

Koffmann & Mr. White's is an English French brasserie created by famous chefs Pierre Koffmann and Marco Pierre White, set in The Abbey Hotel. 

With beautiful, romantic interiors, it's the perfect setting for date night, or for a sophisticated evening with friends.

If you like French-inspired food, keep reading 👀.

Salt Street Pop-Up at The Robin Hood, Bristol

A Cuban sandwich with a Bristol twist...

We were recently invited to try American/Cuban pop up Salt Street, which is currently residing at the Robin Hood in St Michaels Hill. Inspired by the movie "Chef", founder Leon found a gap in the Bristol food market for the traditional 'cubano' sandwich - a sandwich that came from Cuban factory workers based in Florida, hence the American touch.

What is wonderful about Salt Street is that although it takes inspiration from Cuban/American cuisine, the majority of ingredients are sourced from local Bristol suppliers such as Ruby & White and Proper Bread.

The Llanerch Hotel & Vineyard: Hotel Room, Dinner and Wine Tasting & Tour in Wales

For all of you wine lovers out there, you might be surprised to hear that Wales makes wine 🍷.

What? Really? 🤔

Yes, really. Last weekend we had the opportunity to check out Llanerch Hotel & Vineyard in Wales, just a 20-minute car journey from Cardiff and about 1.5 hours from Bath.

Llanerch Hotel was originally owned as a family home by a lovely couple named Peter and Diane. In the early 1980s, the couple retired and were inspired to grow their own wine due to the growing success of British vineyards, and in 1986 the first vines were planted. In the 90s, their wine improved significantly and in 2010 the vineyard was sold to its current owner, Ryan Davies.

Coffee Making Class at Good Day Cafe, a Pixie App Experience

I'm sure that all of you have heard about Good Day Cafe by now. If not, read about it here - they have incredible banana bread and the cutest dog-friendly interiors 🍌🐕.

A couple of weeks after we first visited, Good Day Cafe hosted an evening learning all about coffee and how to best brew it at home for all of us that loved our coffee but didn't love spending £3 on it every day.

The wonderful hosts Steph (Good Day's owner) and Sonny (their head barista) talked us through the whole process of how a coffee bean 🌱 turns into a cup of coffee ☕️, discussing coffee growing, pulping, drying, grading, roasting, grinding and brewing!

Lunch at The New Inn, Bath

The New Inn has been around in Bath for a long time, however they recently changed their kitchen & menu - so it was the perfect time to pay them a visit.

They have a large selection of beers, craft ales and a great, hearty pub food menu focusing on burgers, salads and bar snacks.

Lunch at The Brasserie at Lucknam Park, The Cotswolds

Lucknam Park is a 5-star luxury hotel and spa with both tennis courts and horse riding facilities which is only a 25-minute drive from Bath. The hotel offers two contrasting places to dine. The first, a Michelin starred restaurant named Restaurant Hewel Jones. The second, a more casual Brasserie perfect for light lunches and al fresco dining.

Last week we had the fantastic opportunity to try out Lucknam Park's Brasserie. Luckily for us, it was 25 degrees so we picked a nice spot outside to enjoy our meal 🌻.

Meet The Grower Colin Champagne Tasting at Comptoir + Cuisine, Bath

If you have been following us for a while, you've probably seen our reviews of Comptoir + Cuisine before. Quirky and cosy, the bistro and champagne speakeasy are wonderful additions to the Bath foodie scene. If you haven't had a chance to see them, have a look here for the bistro, and here for the champagne speakeasy

On this occasion, we were invited to a champagne Colin tasting dinner 🥂. The Colin brothers specialise in Chardonnay-dominated champagnes, most of their vineyards being on the Côte des Blancs in France. 

They have been growers for several generations, starting all the way back in 1829. We had a special member of the Colin family, Delphine, who explained all of the champagnes to us.

Dinner at The Bear and Swan, Chew Magna

The Bear and Swan in Chew Magna is a lovely 18th-century country village pub only half an hour away from both Bath and Bristol. It's a great stop-off point for those who are going to Bristol Airport and would like a nice bite to eat before being subjected to the questionable airport food in the middle of a busy terminal (haha)!

Celebrating The Ivy Bath Brasserie's 2nd Birthday with House of Suntory

To celebrate The Ivy Bath Brasserie's second birthday, The House of Suntory, a Japanese spirit brand, teamed up with them to treat everyone to an evening of cocktails and canapés 🌸. Here are a couple of photos from the evening, so that you can see what we got up to & join in on the celebrations.

We were greeted with the most beautiful flower entrance...

Monday to Saturday Set-Lunch Menu at The Chequers, Bath

If you live in Bath, you have no doubt heard of the Chequers, a cosy pub at the top of town on Rivers Street. You have probably been there for Sunday lunch, but did you know that they have a great value Monday-Saturday lunch menu? At just £19.95, you can get a gorgeous three-course meal.

Keep reading to see what we ate and what our verdict is.

Dinner at Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa in The Cotswolds

Whatley Manor is a luxury countryside getaway (aka hotel and spa) located in the heart of the Cotswolds. The best thing about it? It's only a 35-minute car journey from Bath (or 2 hours from London) - ideal for romantic evenings and relaxing weekends. Last week, we had the incredible opportunity to try out the food that they have on offer.

Whatley Manor has three different restaurants: 'The Dining Room', a Michelin starred one with Niall Keating as the executive chef, 'The Green Room', a gastronomy bar where you can see the chefs creating small plates and 'Grey's Brasserie', a more casual version of the Dining Room with a sophisticated vibe.

We first started with a wander around their stunning gardens, before heading to their lounge where we enjoyed a couple of drinks and nibbles before getting started.

Breakfast at Good Day Cafe, Bath

Good Day Cafe is run by Steph, a local West Country lady, who always knew that she wanted to run her own cafe. You'll instantly recognise it when you walk past by its pink walls, neon lights and fresh pastries and cakes sitting out on the counter, ready for you to devour. You may also spot a couple of pooches keeping their owners' company while they sip their hot drinks (it's super dog-friendly, perfect for all of our four-legged friends) 🐕. 

Bristol Food Connections Festival: Clifton Food Passport

To celebrate Bristol Food Connections (a fabulous food festival from 12-23 June 2019), three food passports focusing on different areas of the city have been created. They have the 'Independent District', focusing on Gloucester Road, Bedminster and Clifton Village.

Each passport guides you from place to place, and you can enjoy a complimentary taster or small plate at each stop. They're £12 each, and there are are at least 12 stops on each passport - so it's amazing value!

This week, we had the exciting opportunity to try out the Clifton Village passport... although there are some stops which have been kept a secret, so you will have to buy one to find out 😉.

Although a lot of these venues will show meat options, they all have vegetarian and vegan options too so they cater for everyone.

Bath's Newest Healthy Cafe: Vital Café

Class is a new boutique fitness place at the Riverside development (down by the big Sainsburys) with its very own healthy food cafe, Vital Café. It's full of healthy, nutritious options such as smoothie bowls, soups, snacks and sandwiches.

Whether you're going to a class, finishing a class or not going to a class at all (aka me), it's a great place to find delicious food.

Mid-Week Dinner Menu at Bill's, Bath

Bill's is one of the classic chain restaurants that you see in most British towns. Unlike others, however, it's got a really sweet interior, and a great breakfast menu. I used to go there for brunch all the time when I was in first and second year at university - their buttermilk pancakes 🤩.

Last week however, we were kindly invited by the Bill's team to check out their new dinner set menu for Sunday to Thursday. It's £19.50 for three courses, so very good value. 

Salt Cave Café, Bath's Newest Cafe

When we posted photos of Salt Cave Café on our instagram feed last week (link here 👈🏼), it got so much hype! We have had countless messages from you guys saying that you went and loved it. 

Salt Cave Café is Bath's newest cafe, and is very different to anything our little city has seen before. The room is completely made out of salt, and it actually used to be a spa. The salts are supposed to draw the toxins out of your body, and the whole cosy vibe of the cafe has a really relaxing effect on you. Great for that exam season that's looming 🤯. 

Rooted Vegan Supper Club with Lost and Grounded Brewery, Bath

Rooted opened in Bath just last year, adding another plant-based cafe and restaurant to the Bath food scene. They focus on nutritious food using local, environmentally-sustainable ingredients. 

In addition to serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Rooted has also started hosting supper clubs on every last Friday of the month. Last week we were invited to their supper club in collaboration with Lost and Grounded Brewery, a Bristol-based company brewing delicious beer. "Beer is the new wine" was the general theme of the evening. 

On arrival, we were welcomed by lovely staff who were friendly and attentive throughout the evening. They explained all of the dishes and beers to us, and were happy to answer any questions that we had. 

We started with an aperitif. A beer named "A Long Story Short" 3.5%. Although we're not usually beer drinkers, it was a nice change to have beer rather than wine with our meal, and we really enjoyed this first drink. 

For food, we started with the amuse bouche, a wild garlic and nettle soup with oat crème fraiche. We really enjoyed this. It was light but wholesome and really flavoursome, as well as being beautifully presented - very vibrant and bright. 

Where We Ate in Barcelona, Spain | BARCELONA FOOD GUIDE

A couple of weeks ago I went to Barcelona for a city break in serious need of some sunshine. Luckily for us, we had 20 degree weather ☀️. Even more luckily, we found some serious foodie gems while we were there.

Here's a little list for you - I want to thank everyone who gave me recommendations, you guys are the absolute best.

Casa Lolea

Casa Lolea (not Casa Lola), is a wonderful little tapas restaurant famous for its sangria which serves Catalan classics such as iberico ham, as well as options which are a little different.

We ordered smoked salmon blinis with honey truffle yoghurt (omg), truffle orzo risotto (omg), chicken satay (so good) and patatas bravas (good but I prefer the potatoes diced and fried rather than boiled). We also got some bread with tomatoes and one of their sangrias that they're so famous for. It was refreshing and delicious. We highly recommend this place!

Carrer de Sant Pere Més Alt, 49, 08003 Barcelona

Wine & Cheese Tasting at Wolf Wine, Bath (Featuring Bath Soft Cheese)

A few weeks ago we were invited down to the lovely Wolf Wine, tucked away in a tiny hut in Green Park Station (map below), for a wine & cheese tasting evening, featuring four of Bath's Soft Cheese's gorgeous... you guessed it... cheeses.

Brunch by The Acorn Restaurant at Spring Wharf, Bath's Newest Riverside Development

Spring Wharf is Bath's newest apartment development by the river (just past the other riverside development by the big Sainsburys - map below). 

They focus on 'home made easy', offering 1 and 2 bed apartments with lots of benefits such as a gym, allotments, a resident's lounge and more (for the full list - click here 👈🏼). 

In celebration of them opening, we were invited to a brunch event to check out the beautiful apartments and eat lovely plantbased food supplied by The Acorn Restaurant (who we've visited before - for that review, click here 👈🏼). 

Please note that all photos (except those of the bedroom) belong to Kasia Kiliszek. 

Burgers at Magu Diner, Bath

Magu Diner is a burger bar right in the heart of Oldfield Park on Moorland Road - perfect for all of you uni students who live in the classic "just off of Moorland Road" area 🍔.

Pizza at The Oven Pizzeria, Bath

The Oven is an independent, award-winning artisan pizzeria, specialising in authentic Neapolitan-style pizza (our favourite kind).

If you haven't heard of The Oven by now and you're a pizza lover, you're definitely missing out, Just off of Kingsmead Square next to Vino Vino (map below), is one of Bath's best pizza restaurants 🍕.