April and May Foodie Highlights

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I blinked and May was over, here's to a foodie backlog.

The Optimist, Swansea
I could happily smash a pot of hummus a day and the Optimist made my hummus dreams come true with their falafel poke bowl.

Hoppers, Soho
This is firmly up their with my favourite discoveries in London. The food is Sri Lankan and it's I.N.S.A.N.E. The vegetable kathu roti was my favourite and the tequila cocktails are too good to just stop at one. Go today and thank me later.

Dip and Flip, Clapham
Do you agree that everything is better dipped in gravy? Yorkshire puddings, chips, BEEF BURGERS. A flippin' fabulous burger with a side of gravy for dunking. Dream.

Cocktails in the City, One Marylebone
I headed to Cocktails in the City which is a showcase of London's best bars who have collaborated with a drinks brand. I've really gotten into whiskey recently and so I went to have a swigg with Roe and Co Whiskey who had teamed up with the Bloomsbury club. The George Collins cocktail was a winner for me, it had caramelised chestnut mushrooms in it meaning that it was one of my five a day. (Five cocktails a day...) Ta George!

Tart, Clapham
The sun shone for like an hour in April and the whole of London lost their shit, then it rained but we were all too stubborn to go indoors. The good thing about this is that I discovered Tart in Clapham and they can certainly deliver on tho #avotoast front.

The Ned, Bank
Ned, Ned, Ned I love you more than roast potatoes. I tried their Sunday feast and it's actually the best thing in the world. It's a buffet with brunch, seafood, salads, a roast and a whole lot of desserts, and you can eat as much as you like for 2 hours. It's £45 per person and you get a glass of prosecco too. highly recommend!

Gin & Juice, Cardiff
Every time I visit Cardiff I discover something new and this time it was Gin & Juice. The sweetest little gin bar run by the same people as Barkers Tea Room. 25 Brecon Gin & tonic's pls.

Early Bird, Cardiff
My favourite brunch spot in the Diff. Don't worry brie happy is my dream on toast. Mushrooms and melty brie on the thickest piece of toast you can imagine.

The Ship, Wandsworth
Because there ain't nothing better than a Sunday roast to prep you for Ship Sundays. 

Street Pizza, Bank

Neverland, Fulham 
If you can't escape to the seaside this summer, just head to Fulham instead. Aperols, deck chairs and posh boys promised. 

Summer is well on the way and I'm living for the roof top vibes, Aperol Spritz and dodgy tan lines. I can see hair of the dog x 92 coming on...



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