Eating Out Blog Posts

Tara reviews Cafe Rouge at The Trafford Centre

We are really lucky to live less than 45 minutes away from the Trafford Centre. Such a variety of shops, with free parking and no need to get wet or cold as it is all under cover (I cannot STAND being cold & wet!) Obviously, after a hard shopping...
by Casa Costello on Jun 28, 2016

Eating Out With Kids: Pizza Express, St Ives - New Summer Menu Additions (Review)

Not many locations in the UK are as well known for their artistic connections as St Ives, and I will leave it to others to eulogise about the particular qualities of the light, the colours etc.  Suffice to say, we had a lovely wander round the r...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 24, 2016

Eating Out with Kids: The Brasserie, Tregenna Castle Resort, St Ives (Review)

The first night we stayed at the Tregenna Castle Resort we were invited to dinner at the hotel in the Brasserie.  This beautifully appointed room has views out across the grounds, down to the sea and to St Ives, and is decorated in a deep s...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 21, 2016

How to Save Money on Food When Dining at a Restaurant

If I could eat out every day, for every meal, without going completely broke, or gaining 100lbs, I probably would. I do not like to cook and greatly enjoy eating out at a sit down restaurant with my family where they bring me delicious food, clean it...
by What's up Fagans? on Feb 15, 2016

Eating Out with Kids: New Autumn Menu at Brewers Fayre (Review)

Finding family-friendly places to eat is, of course, now much easier than it was when we were children, but finding places that actively welcome and encourage families to dine with them is sometimes trickier.  One of the most family friendly is...
by Attachment Mummy on Oct 24, 2015

Galito’s Flame Grilled Chicken – Dalma Mall

If you have been following my food journey, you would know how much I love to share my food experiences. Whenever, I find a good outlet, I can’t resist my […] The post Galito’s Flame Grilled Chicken – Dalma Mall appeared first...
by Monsoon Breeze on Oct 17, 2015

Eating Out With Kids: Rusty Cutter, Bedhampton near Havant (review)

We've always loved going out to eat and saw no reason when Lara was born to stop doing so, although as she turned into a more active toddler, and the other girls came along, it did necessitate finding the more family-friendly places to eat.  One...
by Attachment Mummy on Sep 26, 2015

Our Costa-versary!

If you got married this year, or even in recent years and don't yet have children, I bet your idea of how future wedding anniversaries will be is heavily rose-tinted and involves beautiful gifts, Champagne, romantic dinners, etc.  The reality, w...
by Attachment Mummy on Aug 25, 2015

8 Practical tips to save money when eating out

Thank God It’s Friday! Wohooo! It’s the most awaiting day for almost every employee working on a regular weekdays schedule. At last one more day to go and it’s weekend. To give some relief on the stressful days, some of us are plann...
by on May 7, 2015

Mad March

Content by Erin Brooks. March is a crazy month in Adelaide. Here’s a snippet of what we’ve been up to.   The post Mad March appeared first on she cooks, she gardens.
by she cooks, she gardens on Mar 29, 2015

Honey & Prosciutto Baked Figs | Cellar Door Wine Festival 2015

Content by Erin Brooks. Tonight the Cellar Door Wine Festival kicks off on the riverfront promenade, and runs until Sunday. The festival offers an immersive food and wine... The post Honey & Prosciutto Baked Figs | Cellar Door Wine Festival 2015...
by she cooks, she gardens on Feb 19, 2015

The Easiest Way To Order Takeout | All New Panda Express App

Have you ordered from Panda Express online?  Oh, what about their all-new Panda Express app?  If not, it is seriously the best way to order food.  Whether it’s just you, a group of three or you’re buying dinner for a big business m...
by Jenns Blah Blah Blog on Nov 3, 2014

This and that.

Content by Erin Brooks. Hello! It has been a while between posts. If you caught my last entry, which I’ve since made private, you’d know that things have been kinda hard for us lately. I decided to take a (longer than expected) hiatus fro...
by she cooks, she gardens on Sep 8, 2014

Tips For Keep Kids Entertained When Eating Out

Keeping five children entertained while we wait for our food at a restaurant like Denny’s is next to impossible.  I have even printed out our own coloring pages, and played games to help keep kids entertained when eating out.  You might h...
by Jenns Blah Blah Blog on Jul 4, 2014

Pipsy Koala On the Go Booster Seat

I've seen the Pipsy Koala On the Go Booster Seat reviewed on a couple of other blogs recently and really liked the look of the product so, when the brand got in touch and invited me to review something from their range it was the obvious choice for u...
by Red Rose Mummy on Mar 27, 2014

Strangest Injuries That Can Occur in a Fine Dining Establishment (Ella Gray)

Practice of Madness Magazine: Going to a fine dining establishment should set the scene for a perfect evening in an ideal setting. However, there are many strange injuries that can happen in the best restaurant in town. Even more interesting, many pe...
by Practice of Madness on Mar 18, 2014

Postcard from Japan – Tokyo highlights‏

Content by Erin Brooks.Greetings from Japan! We’re on a fast train to Kyoto right now and we’ve just eaten our first bento – or ekiben, as they are known here. Delicious! We had a great time in Tokyo, it is a truly magnificent city.
by she cooks, she gardens on Nov 14, 2013

Postcard from Japan – Tokyo Yakitori

Content by Erin Brooks.  We’re in Japan at the moment, having a wonderful time. On one of our first nights here we found a great little street known for its great Yakitori, which is basically food threaded onto skewers and cooked over coal...
by she cooks, she gardens on Nov 12, 2013

Aahaar Kuteer Begumpet-The Millet Restaurant

desi Traveler desi Traveler - Family Travel Blog from IndiaThe Magic of Millets at Aahaar Kuteer Begumpet We visited Aahaara Kuteer a very unique restaurant in Begumpet Hyderabad. In this age of French Fries, Double Sundae and 2 liter coke bottles it...
by Desi Traveler on Oct 2, 2013

Roast Mushroom & Kale Frittata + The true meaning of ‘free range’

Content by Erin Brooks.  Late last month, I was invited to attend the Humane Society Free Range breakfast. The Humane Society has been around since the early 90s and their focus is on creating an ecologically sustainable and humane world for animals...
by she cooks, she gardens on Sep 24, 2013