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    The Swan at Walton

    22nd May 2018

    I’ne now been to the Swan at Walton a grand total of three times. So this post is a kind of collaboration of all of these. I’ve been once with family, once with friends and once just for drinks. My first observation – its a very busy, very popular pub! Every occasion I’ve been it’s been packed to the rafters of drinkers, diners and people having a lovely time. It’s actually a sister pub of the The Bull’s Head in ReptonΒ which we have only been to once, but really enjoyed. Like The Bull’s Head, the Swan also has a wood fired pizza oven which is a great addition.

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    Sweet: The Dessert Shop

    I only recently found out about Sweet The Dessert Shop over in Wylde Green, near Sutton Coldfield after seeing mouthwatering desserts keep popping up of the Instagram feeds of friends! Jumping on the ever…

    15th May 2018
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    Tamatanga, Birmingham

    The list of new places, openings and pop ups in Birmingham continues to evolve at a pace much faster than either I or my husband can keep up with at the moment. Tamantanga, on…

    16th March 2018
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    Harborne Kitchen

    A year or so after the closure of The Butchers Social on Harborne High Street, it’s replacement, Harborne Kitchen opened to much rapture, with Chef Proprietor Jamie Desogus, half of the old Butchers Social…

    10th March 2018
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    Brunching at Tom’s Kitchen

    On a whim a few Sundays ago we were having a morning stroll around Birmingham and lusting after the gorgeous homewares in Made in the Mailbox when we realised we were rather peckish so…

    6th March 2018
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    Review: Bill’s Worcester

    Bill’s is another of those chain restaurants that are popping up all over the place at the moment, and like a lot of these places we haven’t really had much experience of them. The…

    13th February 2018
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    Review: Cappadocia

    You’ll have to forgive me for having not heard of Cappadocia in Bimirnghams jewellery quarter until a couple of months ago, I’m a little out of touch. The first time I came across it…

    12th January 2018