Introduction Liverpool One provides a range of eating establishments for the weary shopper. We’ve made it our goal to find out if their offering is any good! We decided to do the restaurants in order, from left to right, skipping out Pizza Express. Why? Because why the hell would we pay £10-£12 for the same…
Introduction Trof Presents ”The Deaf Institute”, or Trof as I am henceforth going to refer to it, is a cafe, bar and music hall located just off Oxford Road in Manchester. It’s named “The Deaf Institute” because the sandstone building had embossed above the door “The Deaf & Dumb Institute” – perhaps a remnant from…
Cuthburt’s Bakehouse is a picturesque little tea-room and bakehouse located close to the Metropolitan Cathedral on Mount Pleasant.
A quiet little alcove on a street dominated with student housing and university buildings, we could very easily have missed it walking past. However, we are very glad we didn’t!
Cuthburt’s Bakehouse sells a variety of freshly baked cakes, loose leaf teas, and freshly ground coffees, in addition to light lunches. Choices include baked potatoes and sandwiches on freshly baked bread.
After we passed it, we decided we simply must give it a try. I reiterate, we are very glad we did!
As our third review in Casual dining, we had high hopes for this – hitherto undiscovered – peaceful haven located so close to where I study. Can it beat Patisserie Valerie? Or is it another Maritime Dining Disaster?
We thought: It’d be simply rude not to give it a go!
Patisserie Valerie describe themselves as “havens of self-indulgence”. They’re not far wrong. Providing a delicious selection of handmade cakes and patisserie, teas, and a variety of light lunches and breakfast meals, there’s certainly a treat for everyone’s taste!
As our second review in Casual Dining, we decided to review Patisserie Valorie on their selection of cakes, patisserie and teas exclusively. We thought it’d be simply rude not to give the cakes an exclusive review, especially considering our disappointment at The Maritime Dining Rooms!
The Maritime Dining Room is the Maritime Museum’s restaurant located on the fourth floor of the Grade I listed museum building.
The Maritime Dining Room provides a variety of British classic dishes, from Fish and Chips to traditional afternoon tea – complete with finger sandwiches, cakes, scones, clotted cream, jam, and tea.
I took Mr. Morris here with high hopes. However…