From hearty nosh to hipster slosh – lipsmacking munch to get ya chops round!

Review : Brunch @ Home is where…. Cafe Birmingham

Munchin' N Brunchin' | 18/04/2016

Bangin’ Butties – Super Staff – Over Priced Alcohol So the first time I encountered this place on Church Street (despite passing it loads and never going in) was for a job interview, not always the premise for a return trip. However I simply couldn’t wait to get my chops round their all day breakfast …keep reading

Review: Brunch @Boston Tea Paty

Munchin' N Brunchin' | 18/04/2016

Sexy Muffins – Super Soft Drinks – Soggy Scrambled Eggs Despite the memories of my sticky floored occasionally ┬ásick scented student union, I’ve learnt that long ques outside a big spacious place generally means good things in store! I’d read bits about Boston Tea Party so was keen to sample it for myself. There was …keep reading

Review: Brunch @ The Plough Harborne

Munchin' N Brunchin' | 18/04/2016

Filling – Fresh – Fabulous Service I should probably point out that I’ve never been a massive eater, more of a grazer but I like my food and if there’s one thing I like a LOT it’s a good brekkie or as the trendier adult term goes, ‘Brunch.’ Even as a young child the highlight …keep reading

Review: Buffalo and Rye

Munchin' N Brunchin' | 16/11/2015

Move over bull, there’s a Buffalo in town! The latest sister in the Bitters N Twisted chain has landed – we were lucky enough to give it a sniff and ┬áhave one of the first bites into it’s decadent delights. BBQ smoke houses with an American twist have been big in London for a while …keep reading

Review: Afternoon Tea @ Hotel LaTour

You can’t get more quintessentially British than a traditional afternoon tea on a summer’s afternoon. In recent years with the rise of all things retro , ‘high tea’ is more fashionable than ever with everywhere from hotels to corner side coffee shops offering their take on cake based luxury. Never one to say no to …keep reading