Carvery to Takeaway at Roast, Middlesbrough

This week marks Roast Dinner Week so it seemed fitting to write a review on the last, but by no means least, eatery to open on Bedford Street in Middlesbrough – Roast. Roast is a specialist carvery shop that offers freshly roasted carvery sandwiches to takeaway. With a beautiful selection of locally sourced meats from North Yorkshire which change weekly,  there’s always something new for meat-lovers to try.   View Post

Bexters Tea Room, Stokesley

A few weeks ago me and my mam decided to venture to somewhere a little different to our beloved places in Middlesbrough and Norton by turning our sights to Stokesley instead. We decided to go to Bexters Tea Room situated just off the busy high street of Stokesley village. My mam’s friend’s sister owns the tea room so we decided to pop by for a spot of lunch on a wet and dreary day.

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The Baker Street Kitchen

Middlesbrough is quickly becoming the place to be when it comes to dining out. With the fast growth from neighbourly streets, Baker Street and Bedford Street, independent businesses are booming. Offering a combination of wonderful eateries and quaint shops, there’s no better place to visit whilst in the town. A place I’ve been wanting to try for a while is The Baker Street Kitchen which is located on the corner of Baker Street nearby centre square. After hearing rave reviews of their all day breakfast menu I knew I wanted to try the food for myself.  View Post

Mojito

Last month I travelled down to Nottingham for my friend’s hen party. I’ve never been to a hen party before so I was really looking forward to letting my hair down with the girls and celebrating the end of my friend’s single life. One of the main parts of the night was a cocktail masterclass which took place at Vodka Revolution at Nottingham’s Cornerhouse. It was a really fun experience and great value for money so I thought I’d tell you all a little more about it. View Post

Wynyard Farmers Market

Today I’ve got another farmers market post for you all because lately I just can’t get enough of them. Homemade produce made with the fair hands of local people trying to make a living or simply enjoying a hobby is the best kind of food in my opinion. Late last month me and my mam visited Wynyard for their monthly artisan food market; the sun was shining and there was a good variety of stalls to browse and buy from. The market takes place on the third Sunday of each month, located by the beautiful Wynyard gardens.  View Post