Fish and Chip Friday at The Three Crowns in Wymeswold

The Three Crowns pub in Wymeswold is one of the pubs in the Cat and Wickets pub co group formed by Dan Cramp and the cricketers Harry Gurney and Stuart Broad. I had heard about this place but hadn’t had a chance to stop in, so when we were driving along through Wymeswold and someone…

The Vesuvio Pizza at The Golden Fleece in Wells

The Golden Fleece Pub in Wells-Next-The-Sea was a pretty friendly and bust pub right on the quayside on the front by the harbour We popped in for some lunch as the menu looked pretty reasonable with a lot of pub classics like Burgers and fish and Chips sitting alongside some more interesting offerings such as…

No 1 Cromer: Fish and Chips

No 1 Cromer is one of those destination Fish and Chip shops that I really cannot resist hunting down. Once I knew that we were heading to the area for a short break I had been picking out places I had to go to. This place is the flagship Fish and Chip shop of locally…

Meat Inc

Meat Inc in Lincoln at the foot of that Steep Hill is a recent opening to the area.  I popped in last week with myfoodhunting Mate Martin to try it out while we were celebrating or perhaps commiserating his birthday on a pub crawl around the area. It is located in the building that used…

Castaways for Fish and Chips in Hunstanton

Castaways Fish and Chips in Hunstanton is located right next to the beach by the promenade and has a takeway window and an inside seating area. It is not listed on the magical internet as the ‘best’ Fish and Chip shop in Hunstanton, but it was certainly a very friendly and relaxed little spot hidden…

Street Feast at Hawker House – White Men Can’t Jerk

  White Men Can’t Jerk were one of the Street Food Traders we headed to when we visited Street Feast at Hawker House over at Canada Water in London. They  were serving up Jerk Chicken plates and some Jerk Chicken burgers and we were keen to try that out! They say that; “We pride ourselves…

Orangerey at Kew – Roast Chicken for lunch

The Orangery is a lovely building and a great setting for a café. It is an 18th Century Grade I listed building built in 1761 and is certainly very grand. It was just a shame that it was overrun with tourists just like myself all scrambling around getting some overpriced sandwiches and stuff for lunch….