Eating Out

Urban’s latest venture: The Urban Garden!

Fresh food at Urban Garden

Urban’s Latest Adventure: The Urban Garden You may have spotted twinkling lights, smiling faces and heard the chinking of glasses whilst wondering through the lower gardens over the past couple of months… A brand new restaurant and bar has opened up among the treetops – just five minutes from the beach.       The…

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The Old Picture House – Seaton

Film Stars above the Bar at The Old Picture House

New Summer Menu at The Old Picture House   For our latest meal out, we took a trip just across the border into Devon to the lovely seaside town of Seaton to try out the new summer menu at the Old Picture House. We’ve never been before so really didn’t know what to expect. It…

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The White Hart Country Pub and Kitchen

The White Hart in Bishops Caundle Earlier this month, we made the scenic journey in the setting sunlight from Milton Abbas to Bishops Caundle to enjoy a rare Friday evening out and what we hoped would be a nice meal in the recently taken over White Hart Pub and Kitchen. One of my favourite areas…

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An evening with Chunki Chef at Shelley’s Restaurant in Weymouth

Pate starter

Why did we choose Shelley’s? Usually when you go somewhere to eat with a view to writing about it afterwards, you’re assessing the venue and the experience. This was slightly different. We visited Shelley’s Restaurant which is a part of the Richmoor Hotel on The Esplanade in Weymouth as much out of curiosity about the…

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Ruby goes to The Bell Inn, New Forest Wedding Venue

Ruby outside the Bell Inn in the New Forest

Ruby was invited to The Bell Inn to View the 18th Century Coaching Inn and discuss Future Event Collaborations. Ruby got dressed up for the occasion and wore her Wedding Ribbons and Bows.       Food of Love Our Head Chef and team have created a unique offering that concentrates on sourcing the best…

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Nativ Nigerian Restaurant

About 5 years ago, I visited Africa. The first part of the trip was to climb Kilimanjaro and that was followed by a safari in the Serengeti. Due to the type of trip this was, food was not really a priority for anything other than keeping me fuelled. Having geared myself up for the trek and imagined all the animals I’d hoped I would see, oddly for me, food didn’t factor into the equation quite as much as it usually would when I travel.

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