Category Archives: Wales
Pick of 2012, a set on Flickr. It’s time for the obligatory end of year blog post, something that’s becoming as much a part of the seasonal festivities as crackers at Christmas. Dining out has been curtailed a bit this … Continue reading
THOSE brave (or perhaps foolhardy) enough to take the weekend challenge of the exodus down the A55 from Manchester to Wales will already know – there’s a serious lack of good foodie stop offs en route to some relaxation over … Continue reading
This meal in north Wales’ only Michelin starred establishment ticked all the boxes on both art and dining fronts so, although it might be too much of a drive for a night out, it’s so good I wanted to share with you – why not make a weekend of it? After all, they do rooms.
Giving Little Chef another try and tucking into a hunt-the-bluberry muffin and a cup of we-don’t-do-herbal tea, Himself suddenly stopped in his tracks.
Has the art of performing at the table died out? I’ll wager it’s a while since a chef has threatened his eyebrows with a fire throwing incident involving a pancake in your local restaurant.
I believe I’ve found the best bread in the world. Probably. This unassuming loaf from the Station Bakery in Criccieth is sold in corner shops around north Wales. There’s no special deli, its not expensive (70p) but it is the perfect bread for making toast.