Plaistow cafe London

Food review: Plaistow Cafe, 163 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, London

Eat like an Eastender It's not all fancy food here at Foodie Towers, we like to find a good local cafe on our travels and here is one. Thanks to AirBnB and the rise of rented home accommodation we were staying in a house in Plaistow (pronounced Plas-toe) for the simple reason that we could

Hema The Hague cheap breakfast Holland Netherlands

Food: Cheap breakfast in The Hague, Amsterdam and more!

We're always looking to save some money when eating out to allow us to splash out at other times.  The best breakfast (ontbijt) tip for visiting any main town in the Netherlands is to visit HEMA. HEMA has a Scandi-feel, a bit like IKEA meets (Flying) Tiger.  Lots of budget friendly items from housewares to

Brooklyn cafe Shawlands glasgow

Food: Brunch at Brooklyn Cafe, Shawlands, Glasgow

Brunch at Brooklyn Cafe in Shawlands Brooklyn Cafe is one of those neighbourhood cafes that has always been there but it's not all traditional, serving a menu covering burgers, pulled-pork and spicy wings alongside the more regular cafe treats of ice-cream and hot filled rolls. We wandered along for some much needed post-breakfast/pre-lunch food. The

Dandelion cafe Glasgow

Cafe Review: Dandelion Cafe, Newlands Park, Glasgow

  Newlands Park, Southside Glasgow, Dandelion cafe We grabbed the last seats outside to make the most of the sun.   It was sunny and a public holiday hence a very busy cafe. As a result we had a 40 min wait for food to arrive, well, actually that's not true, the slice of cake we

burr and co edinburgh

Food Review: Burr & Co, George Street, Edinburgh

I've been meaning to check out Burr & Co since they opened after the refurbishment of The George Hotel and finally found myself there for a girl's lunch on Monday. Food A good selection of pastries, sandwiches, snacks, salads, cakes and slices. My quiche was creamy with a flaky pastry instead of the usual shortcrust

atholl arms dunkeld

Hotel Review: Atholl Arms Hotel, Bridge Road, Dunkeld

Atholl Arms in Dunkeld - An ideal getaway You certainly can't miss The Atholl Arms Hotel standing above the banks of the river Tay on the main shopping street in Dunkeld.  Beside the Thomas Telford bridge, it seems to act as a guard and welcome to the town as you cross over the longest river in Scotland from Birnam.


Food Review: Singl-End, 265 Renfrew St, Glasgow G3 6TT

Tasty Cakes and brunch at Singl-end in Glasgow Hidden away in a basement, off the beaten track in Garnethill probably isn’t where you would first look for dishes such as spicy baked eggs or (possibly) the biggest selection of gluten-free cakes in Glasgow. However, it is..! Located along from Glasgow Art School, Singl-end made a