Home Bakery – Pain au Chocolat

I’ll be honest with you – it takes a while to make these. Not really the effort, more of a waiting game. But at the end, it’s worth it. Personally I am not a biggest fan of a dry pain au chocolat, which you usually get in most super markets and coffee shops. Unless you…

Review: Prince of Wales Pub

Recently we’ve found ourselves going to vegetarian/vegan only places, just to ensure we’ll have plenty of options with the food choices. But in doing so there are times when you miss out on other dining experiences. Well the Prince of Wales recently re-opened with a brand new look, full vegan menu and some spectacular desserts….

Birdhouse Tea Bar & Kitchen

We’ve made a few trips to Birdhouse Tea’s new cafe over the past few months and I have to say that every time we’ve gone, we’ve left feeling nourished, happy and full of delicious food! Plus, we’ve had bags and bags of new tea to take home and try, which is always a bonus. We…

The Wonderful Story of The Holt

On a cold Saturday morning we set off, running slightly late, and with a few wrong turns we finally ended up at the place we wanted to visit for a few months now. The Holt. The reason we were excited to see what’s inside – well literally, we heard a lot of great things. We…

Smells Like Cinnabons

So I am a big fan of Ikea. I suppose this is how confession starts. Every time I had a chance I would go for cinnabons and meatballs. This is my type of comfort food. And it is cheap! But as the time passed, I realised that I can easily make cinnabons myself and to…