60 Hope Street is situated amongst the beauty of the Georgian Quarter in Liverpool, a 15 minute walk from Lime Street Station. Known for it’s mesmerising door, the restaurant caters for a number of parties.
As part of the Mr’s birthday present, I arranged for us to have afternoon tea at 60 Hope Street towards the end of November.
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One of the best things about Liverpool is the places to eat.
Whether it’s breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert or afternoon tea, there’s something on every street and sometimes, it’s pretty hard to choose where to go.
On Tuesday morning, Meg and I went to Cosy Club for the first time before spending the day shooting outfit photos.
The menu is pretty easy to locate online so I knew exactly what I was having before I’d even sat down.
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This weekend, I felt the urge to bake.
I can’t remember the last time I made a cake or a batch of cookies.
These ones are unbelievably good so naturally, I wanted to share with you all.
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Everyone under the sun knows about Hotel Chocolat and their fantastic range of delicious chocolates for any occassion.
They kindly got in touch back in April and asked if I’d like to work together, but with Easter being moments away, we decided to hold back until Fathers Day.
I’m a complete Daddy’s girl.
I have been since birth.
He chose my name, took me to ballet school every Saturday morning but most of all, he’s been there for me every single day without fail. Even when I was in Australia, he was making sure that I was having a good time.
He’s simply the best.
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You can’t beat a good pub dinner.
So, when O’Neills (Hanover Street, Liverpool) got in touch with me to review their menu – let’s face it, I jumped at the chance as I was craving bangers + mash like you wouldn’t believe.
We had a budget of £50 which will easily get you three meals and one/two drinks per person.
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Liverpool have a lot of amazing restaurants, cafes and cocktail bars.
As a blogger, I’m very lucky that from time to time, I’m giving the opportunity to review some of them.
On Friday evening, the Mr and I visited Turtle Bay on Hanover Street.
Turtle Bay is a Caribbean restaurant, full of delicious smells and lovely staff.
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Date night is one of my favourite nights with Mike.
Essentially, it means going to a restaurant and not reaching for our phones.
At the beginning of May, Yee Rah got in touch with me and asked if I’d like to review their new menu. I used to eat there quite a bit during my third year at University but I haven’t been in about five years.
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Ever since I can remember, I’ve been a fudge fan.
My Nan introduced vanilla fudge to me at a very young age, probably when I was allowed solid foods and the love for it has stuck ever since.
When the lovely team at Granny Shaw’s Fudge Factory got in touch about tasting some of their fudge, I jumped at the chance. Who wouldn’t?
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Jamie Oliver, what a man.
Since he appeared on TV back in 1999 (holy Dumbledore, I was only 8/9 at the time!), he’s gone from success to success. With his TV shows, his mouth-watering cookbooks and his restaurants popping up all over England (find your nearest HERE), he’s by far one of the best TV chefs in the world.
If you’re in London anytime soon, why not check out his Piccadilly Circus restaurant? Have a nosy at their Facebook page.
He has a reputation of making the country healthier – from banning turkey twizzlers in schools to placing wonky veg in supermarkets (I even spotted it in Australia!). Continue reading “Jamie’s Italian: The Buyer’s Guide To Olive Oil”
I love to cook.
When the lovely team at The Co-op got in touch about an incredible project with SORTEDfood, I jumped at the chance to be part of the campaign.
You can up your food game with their wonderful, free online cooking course.
With everything from easy mornings to snacks to weekly favourites.
If you’re reading this and you’re vegetarian/gluten free/diary free, fear not as they’ve got all areas covered and the recipes are truly delicious.
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