Kerb at Kings Cross – ‘Spit and Roast’ Food Truck

Kerb at King’s Cross is a Street Food Market of mobile traders. It is located at the top of King’s Boulevard, N1C a couple of minutes walk from the King’ Cross Train station entrance. I had read about it prior to heading into London via St Pancreas (which is just over the road from Kings…

Anna Mae’s Mac ‘N’ Cheese at the Southbank

  I developed a real love for Mac N Cheese while I was living over in the States. Not quite an obsessive love, but the sort that prevents the ability to walk past a stall selling the stuff when I have reached that point where I am way past full already. Obsession or Gluttony? Probably both…

Jamie Oliver’s Diner Pop-up in London

Jamie Oliver’s Diner is on the corner at 23a Shaftsbury Avenue. Before we get going with this post lets be honest we are not supposed to take this as a serious fine dining experience it is just supposed to be a bit of fun. Since visiting I have seen a few somewhat cynical or perhaps…

Pieminister in Oxford at the Covered market

The Oxford Branch of Pieminister is located in amongst good foodie company inside the Covered Market in Oxford. There are not that many Pieminister locations, others are in Bristol, Stoke, London and in Amsterdam (surprising one that) but they do sell their pies to other outlets and pubs so you may get them elsewhere. This branch in the…

Atomic Burger in Oxford

Atomic Burger in Oxford is one of two Atomic Burger joints, (the other one is in Bristol). On their home page they tell us that ‘Atomic burger might just be the best blinking burger joint you will ever visit’ so I suppose we should just give them a whirl then. The Oxford joint is on…

Bakewell Food Festival 2013 – MyFoodHunt highlights

This last weekend I travelled slightly out of town to our neighbouring county of Derbyshire to visit the Bakewell Food Festival 2013. There was a lot of good food and produce on offer, almost too much to retell. So in the spirit of randomness I thought I would post my own highlights or random awards…

Matlock Bath – Promenade and Fish and Chips

Over many bank holiday weekends we have driven through Matlock Bath and seen the hoards of bikers parked up outside one or more of its many Fish and Chip shops. I have often been tempted to stop and join in, but there has never been anywhere to park.  So this last Easter weekend we decided to follow…

The Tarboush – Middle Eastern cafe and resturant

It was pouring it down with rain and was damn cold and miserable, so what better than to head for a taste of the exotic sunshine at a Middle Eastern Cafe. Despite the darkening conditions, the Tarboush Cafe stands out on Market Street in Loughborough with its warm Persian colours and frontage. It was really…