If you know me, you’ll know that one of my favourite ways to spend an afternoon is sipping a cup of tea with friends. I like to think I know a thing or two about a good ol’ fashioned cuppa and so I thought I’d put together a little guide to tea in Hull. Liquid… Continue reading The Best Places for a Cuppa in Hull
East meets West with this unique take on Afternoon Tea.
I have always thought of Afternoon Tea to be a quintessentially British activity. Therefore, I was intrigued to discover exactly what Tapasya, a small chain of Indian restaurants in Hull, would offer on their Afternoon and High Tea menu.
Lydia’s is an adorable cafe on Newland Avenue, about 5 minutes walk from my home. After being there a couple of times for a slice of delicious cake and a milkshake, I was over the moon to find out that she had invited the Hull Bloggers to enjoy an evening of crafting and cake.
When Jenny Barrett and I first came up with the idea for #HullFoodie, we fully expected to be writing mainly about the independent eateries in Hull. Nevertheless, we were curious to see what huge pub chain Yates has to offer to the already bustling city centre. Yates kindly invited a few of the Hull Bloggers… Continue reading Trying My Hand at Cocktail Making: Yates, Hull
Opening its doors in London’s Soho in the mid-1920s, Patisserie Valerie now brings French café culture to cities right across the UK. With its retro, 1950s vibe and delicious cakes, breakfasts as well as a wide selection of tea and coffee, it’s a tad surprising that I hadn’t eaten there before.
I only spent an hour or so at Yum! Food Fest in Victoria Square, Hull but still managed to soak in the warm inviting atmosphere and grab a delicious handmade cookie whilst I was busy taking photos for this very post! I was invited to blog at Yum! after blogging for Hull Fashion Week and… Continue reading Hull Yum! Food Festival 2014