The food world of the south of France

Valentines Day always makes me think of romantic getaways, I love going away and exploring new cities and food in many different places. One iconic country for food for me is France. It’s always been a dream of mine to rent a villa in southern France and explore the food the region has to offer…

Why I love independents

Those of you who follow my social media pages will know by now, I am a huge fan of independent cafes. Slightly because it allows me to unleash my inner hipster but also they’re usually cheaper than chains and more importantly they care about their products. So after living in Europe and visiting many many…

So Long Saigon

Saigon, or as it’s known to locals Ho Chi Minh City, is a hub of culture and most importantly food. Their are so many food options here is just a taste of my favourite places. Vegetarian restaurant After my bun cha ta in Hanoi, I had a huge craving for more so after a wander…

Oh hey Hanoi

Whilst out of all of my travels, this city was my least favourite their were a few stand out food moments which I couldn’t wait to share with you all! Bun Cha Ta Located on 21 Nguyen Huu Huan Street in the old quarter, this was my favourite place to eat in the city. Whilst…

Pad Thai

£0.88     20 minutes     Serves 2 All you need is 2 portions of noodles 1 chicken breast 3 spring onions 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 tsp garlic powder 2 eggs 1 1/2 tbsp. soy sauce 2 tbsp. lime juice 2 tbsp. brown sugar Pinch chilli flakes Handful peanuts To make it just…

24 hours in Bangkok

Like many traveller South-East Asia has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. This summer, I got to tick of two countries, Thailand and Vietnam. Bangkok is of course the capital, but is also filled with food and interesting things to do! However, let’s focus on the food bit for…

Keep Calm and Drink Koffie

If their is one thing that Europeans do well, it’s drinking coffee. This caffeinated drink is incredibly popular in Belgium and is often served in unique cafes rather big chained coffee shops. The only problem is, their are so many cafes to choose from, but fear not, I selflessly went to many coffee shops sampling…

6 hours in Brussels

6 hours in Brussels or Bruxelles was difficult. It’s an amazing city full of beautiful side streets, restaurants, cafes and architecture for you to enjoy. If you go to visit this city and you have more time on your hands use it, explore what this Belgian city can offer you, but remember it is a…

Düsseldorf in 3 days for €120

On the 28th of August my partner and I ventured to the German city of Düsseldorf. A city I have always wanted to visit but have never had the opportunity, but now living in Europe its all a bit easier. Düsseldorf has been called ‘little Paris’ and after a few hours in this city it…

Antwerp’s Food Offerings

So, for those of you who follow my social media accounts you’ll notice I have been posting a lot of pictures of the beautiful Belgium city Antwerpen. Why? Because ladies and gentlemen. I am now officially Belgian – well not exactly, but I will be living amongst actual Belgians. Much to the shock of my…

Ams-Dam-Good Food

Amsterdam the city known for its red lights and debauchery, it’s a city which entice students and other brits throughout the year, allowing them to experience a completely different culture for a few days. However, as a foodie for me the trip was more about finding some great restaurants and bars which were student budget…