HWKR Street Food Market

Yesterday I was invited along by the lovely PR and marketing manager from Lola Jeans, Lorna, to her blogging event which she ran over at the HWKR street food market. Although this quirky recycled shipping container-turned food and drink hangout has been around for a few years now, I had yet to check this place... Continue Reading →


A Day in Edinburgh

Scotland may be known for being a bit damp and cold but there is a hell of a lot on offer further up north. From luxury shopping to historic castles Edinburgh has the lot and that is exactly why I went on a day trip with my housemates this week. We stepped off the train... Continue Reading →

My Delhi Newcastle

Step straight into Delhi right off one of Newcastle's busiest streets. My Delhi is the newest Indian street-food restaurant to take Newcastle by storm. Located on Clayton Street, this streetery is inspired by the vendors of Delhi with an all round authentic vibe from the interior to the dishes.   On arrival we walked into... Continue Reading →

The Woodman’s Arms

I get asked so much where is good to eat in the North East, and more recently where is good outside Newcastle. Well, I am more than delighted to say that my recent visit to The Woodman's Arms in Whickham has firmly answered that question. I was lucky enough to be invited along one evening... Continue Reading →

Lola Jeans

Lola Jeans in Newcastle is the second location of the Newcastle based bar and restaurant chain. The original Tynemouth hot spot boasts a quirky set up, yet fulfilling the beachy relaxed vibe. I was lucky enough to be invited along to the Newcastle venue located on Market Street right in the heart of the city... Continue Reading →

Revolution Newcastle

Revolution Newcastle is a renowned cocktail bar in the centre of Newcastle just down from the station. Housed in the opulent former bank on Collingwood Street, this bar and kitchen styles 30ft ceilings, marble pillars and classic wood decor. We were lucky enough to be invited along to try out their new spring-summer menu. We... Continue Reading →

Aidan’s Kitchen

On a sunny Saturday morning a friend and I went down to Aidan’s kitchen in Sandyford for a weekend brunch. We arrived around 10.30am and luckily got a table by the window where other tables had been reserved (probably best for the weekend rush). The simplistic decor of white and grey compliments the kitchen well... Continue Reading →

Barluga Gosforth

With branches not on Grey Street, Morpeth and Gosforth High Street, Barluga is the new place to be. The gastro-pub style menu with a mix of comfort foods, modern British classics and an a la carte menu what more could we ask for. The opening of the Gosforth branch was the Friday before Mothers Day.... Continue Reading →

Banyan Newcastle

I had the pleasure of checking out the newest member of Newcastle’s bar and restaurant club, Banyan. Taking over the old Jamie Italian’s near Greys monument, the Indian fig tree named restaurant follows the message of its brand meaning, spreading wide ranging aerial roots. I love the idea behind this story of building great standing... Continue Reading →

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