• Eating Out
  • Byron Hamburgers

    This well-known burger chain opened its Bristol branch at Clifton Triangle this month. They made burgers posh. I had the Byron Burger which is topped with bacon. The burger itself is similar to McDonald’s quarter pounder with better quality ingredients. However, the patty was too dry! Isn’t cooking it at medium supposed to keep the juices […]

  • Eating Out
  • Afternoon Tea at Brown’s

    Had English afternoon tea as part of a friend’s hen party. Dinner afterwards was in Toro (post to follow). Top tier: Profiteroles, Victoria sponge, and meringues. Middle tier: Smoked salmon and cream cheese, egg (and cress separate as a garnish), cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches. Bottom tier: Scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream. I found […]

  • Eating Out
  • Las Iguanas

    I come here occasionally for special occasions as my friends like it and one even declared that “they have the best nachos ever!” I beg to differ, the food here is only so-so and nothing there is spicy enough for my Malaysian tastebuds. On this occasion we were celebrating a friend’s birthday (for whom I […]

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  • Brunel’s Buttery

    This institutional place is located in an unassuming brick hut near the S.S. Great Britain. I had a bacon and egg in a roll. Bread is hearty and the runny egg yolk dripped onto my fingers (the drippy egg yolk is apparently how the sandwich gets the egg banjo moniker). The coffee is made in […]