2020 has been an interesting year for us all, and the impact of the Coronavirus has hit particularly hard on much of the hospitality industry. Although we haven’t been able
This online gift guide exclusively includes independent food & drink businesses who are all located in Herefordshire, Worcestershire or Gloucestershire.
I have put together a list of all of the independents offering afternoon tea, cake & brownies for takeaway that I am aware of across the Three Counties. I’ve linked
I have put together a list of all Chinese takeaways that I am aware of being open across Worcestershire during lockdown.
It can be tricky to think of unique Christmas gifts for friends and family, and of course that person who already has everything! Here are 28 great foodie gift ideas from local independent food & drink businesses based across the Three Counties…
Here are 10 new Cheltenham bars, cafes and restaurants to try in 2019, and it’s looking likely that there will be more to add to the list before the year comes to an end. We are spoilt for choice for great places to eat in and around Cheltenham. Where will you be tempted to visit next this year?
Love them or hate them, everyone has an opinion about burgers! I get asked every day for recommendations of where to get the best burger in and around Worcester, so thought I’d share a few of my favourites in the city and beyond.
There are lots of great places in Worcestershire to visit for a really good breakfast or brunch. I’ve rounded up 36 independently owned cafes and restaurants across the county.
If you want to book a table at your favourite Worcester restaurant or feel like trying somewhere new, why wait until the weekend when you can grab an amazing midweek deal?
Worcester’s community of quality, independent coffee shops and artisan roasters is ever growing, but what makes the best coffee? These 16 must visit independent coffee shops in Worcester are carefully selecting their beans directly from coffee farmers, opting for ethically sourced organic or Fairtrade, keeping it local, or in some cases they are roasting their own in a quest to create that perfect blend.
I recently read a fantastic post by Spruce Eats about the history of the British Sunday roast. According to the article “The Sunday Roast came to prominence during the reign of
Some thoughts on Independent restaurants, the chains and a lunch date at Terrace on the Hill with Plutonium Sox
A few weeks ago I decided to run a little competition on Twitter asking people to comment with the name of their favourite Worcestershire independent restaurant. The lucky winner would
After having such a great afternoon of mooching at Worcester Foodie Festival last year, I was keen to return to see what treats were on offer and as ever to
As we head towards sunnier days it’s time to start thinking about getting outdoors and putting those shorts on. Worcestershire has plenty of beer gardens for a spot of after
Thousands of keen gardeners will be attending the RHS Malvern Spring Show between 10-13th May at Three Counties Showground, as well as a few not so keen gardeners like me.
I was recently asked for suggestions on where to find vegan food in Worcester, and at the time I quite honestly didn’t have a clue. Thanks to some great suggestions
The Food & Drink Trade Show 2018 organised by Hale Events took place at Three Counties Showground on 2nd-3rd May. Over 70 exhibitors turned up this year from Worcestershire, Gloucestershire,
This is a week I’ve been very much looking forward to as it’s all about food! Monday kicked off with an exciting afternoon at my favourite local restaurant / hotel
Swinging by the Glass Arcade for a Street Food Lunch, Cake and Takeaway Pies: St Nicholas Indoor Market | Bristol
2018 is the year we are getting married, and although we haven’t stuck to traditions with every detail, one thing for sure is that we’ll be having a cake. Back
Everyone is looking for a bargain in the New Year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still eat out. Whilst shopping the January sales, why not pop into one of
Are our independent restaurants doing enough to keep us coming back? First of all, please let me make this very clear. I am a huge supporter of independent and local
Are we being too harsh with our overly critical comments? It seems like every time I eat in a new restaurant recently, my experiences don’t seem to match those of
Following our first trip to Wayland’s Yard back in October, Mr R and I were both eager to go back, and continue working our way through the brunch and lunch
There are some occasions and milestones in life which deserve to be celebrated in style. What better way to share a memorable event with loved ones, than getting together and
There’s lots of great places to eat in Worcestershire, although some are a little quirkier than others. Here are 5 places you may not have thought about visiting yet, which
Within moments I had created carnage with melted chocolate all over the work top, over my hands and on the floor. I clumsily squeezed out several dollops which unfortunately resembled
Latest News From Worcestershire
“The beef was soft and full of flavour and those buns were just the best!” Worcester Foodie Festival is an annual food and drink festival organised by Worcester Bid. This
Britain’s largest Georgian Walled Gardens (an astonishing 7 acres in their entirety) are located at Croome in Worcestershire. Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and Robert Adam made changes to the walled gardens