Fresh seafood to take away at the seaside is always a welcome thing – as much as our mouths salivate over the batter coating in which marine treats often get dished up in Britain, it does sometimes seem like a barrier preventing you from enjoying the true taste of the produce or a smokescreen for the fact those doing the cooking do not know another … Continue reading LOBSTER AND MôR: fresh-off-the-boat seafood takeaway, served suavely
Much as we’d like to say otherwise, we all know eating out in this post-lockdown world can be odd, and might remain odd a while (tables so spaced out the place seems near-empty, servers explaining how your dining experience will not be as you knew it, buh). What we loved about The Gourmet Pig is that it is a neatly-done throwback to those times we … Continue reading The Gourmet Pig, Fishguard
Despite all those cows and sheep scattered across the green hillsides, when it comes to naming famous Welsh cheeses most will get stumped right after Caerphilly. This National Cheese Day, we have hand-picked three of the many multi-award winning cheese producers across the country, each of which have hand-picked between one and three of their most iconic cheeses – we have (extensively!) tasted each, compared … Continue reading The great Welsh cheese-off: seven of the nation’s finest undiscovered cheeses face off in a taste-off, but which will be a cut above?