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…
For the Grand Finale, we left our box to fate and we’ve got to say the overall selection that arrived was certainly another good example of the wide variety Graze has to offer.
In this article, we conclude our four week trial of Graze! Read on for more!
Numéro Trois… Our third box – How fast time has flown! This week, we left our box entirely to the power of fate and chose to “Send soon” no items at all! We’ve got to say that this week is a real mixed bag, filled with a good variety of the Graze range. Our box…
Arriving this morning at the tidy time of 9:35am, our second Graze box is full of exciting sweet treats which I *really* shouldn’t be eating. The good thing about it? Reviewing the nutritional information, it’s actually fine! The box contains just under 500 calories which is a perfect amount of snacking calories!
But how does it taste?
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!
Here at Two Guys, One Restaurant, we take our work very seriously. However, we certainly don’t take ourselves too seriously. Purely for the sake of humour – and my wrist writing down the link so much for people – I purchased some business cards. They arrived today. For your viewing pleasure… Kieron has a matching…
We were very excited to receive our first Graze box. Spending 30 minutes on Graze’s website to set your preferences really does pay off, because the contents of this box were just up my street.
Delicious dips, crunchy crackers, detox in a box and some nuts to top it off! How rude we’d be not to write extensively about it!
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms is a building of impeccable character and uniqueness. “The Phil”, as it is affectionately named, is famed for being one of the most lavish and ornate in the whole country – And we’d agree.
The building is named after the Philharmonic Hall which stands opposite The Philharmonic Dining rooms. To quote the Phil’s website The Philharmonic Dining Rooms is “a showpiece in the style of a gentlemen’s club” with a history of being a “favourite with concert-goers and performers alike.”
The Philharmonic provide a wide range of British classic meals, cask ales and wines. We thought it’d simply be rude not to give it a go.
Graze is a healthy snack delivery company who provide a selection of nutritionally balanced snack boxes, tailored to your tastes, and delivered to your door on a day (or days!) of your choosing. Each box is custom built the day before postage based on the comprehensive rating system provided on Graze.com.
We thought we’d be mental not to give a thorough review.
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…