Ice N Beans cafe Review, Caye Caulker, Belize

Caye Caulker: A tiny island, just five kilometres in length with no roads that’s situated just off the mainland in Belize, Central America, wasn’t a place that I expected to find a good coffee shop, yet Ice N Beans was just that. Despite its undeniably Caribbean culture I was pleasantly surprised to see that when it came to eating, it wasn’t all jerk chicken and there … Continue reading Ice N Beans cafe Review, Caye Caulker, Belize

Levash, Brighton Review

Last year when Levash first opened its doors on Brighton’s Gardner Street, I’ve got to admit that the first thing I thought was ‘oh great, another falafel place’. However a few weeks ago I decided to give this Middle Eastern cafe a visit and I’ve got to say it’s so much more than that. With its array of fresh, locally sourced middle eastern breakfast, lunch and … Continue reading Levash, Brighton Review

Wagamama Brighton: New Vegan options

Wagamama is always a go to when it comes to eating dinner out with my friends because be it options for vegans, veggie, fussy eaters or carnivores, it’s one of the few places that is guaranteed to suit us all. Yesterday was a rarity because me and my best friends were not only all back in Brighton at the same time but we also managed to coordinate … Continue reading Wagamama Brighton: New Vegan options

Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

The Best vegetarian and vegan dishes that you need to try in Greece Iman, Spanakopita, Gigantes and Gemista: Greek cuisine is one that’s packed full of Mediterranean vegetables, oil, beans, pulses and bread, making it one of the easiest countries to eat vegetarian or vegan in Europe. You might think of the country’s meaty dishes when you think of Greek cuisine however Greece actually has … Continue reading Why Greece Is Great For Vegan and veggieTravellers

Amazing Veggie Food You Have To Try In Tulum, Mexico

I loved Tulum in Mexico so much, partly for its beaches, partly for the bike rides, partly for our hostel but overwhelmingly for the food.  Before we got to Tulum we were a little disappointed with what Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula had to offer. After a week of travelling around Cancun and Playa Del Carmen what we’d seen of Mexico had in all honesty seemed a little tacky, … Continue reading Amazing Veggie Food You Have To Try In Tulum, Mexico

Eating My Way Around Brighton: Happy Maki Vegan Sushi Rolls

One of my goals for this summer was to be a tourist in my hometown and in my mind that means trying out as many food places as possible. As someone who loves eating I am so lucky to live in Brighton where there is every conceivable cuisine available and with so much competition whatever you get is almost guaranteed to be incredible. However I don’t … Continue reading Eating My Way Around Brighton: Happy Maki Vegan Sushi Rolls

London: Sunday Brunch At The Black Penny

Whenever I go up to London, there are usually two things on my agenda: Friends and food, and luckily the two usually go hand in hand.  As much as I do find London exhausting, ever since I left uni I often find myself missing the craziness and excitement of the city so this Sunday I decided to take a day trip up and catch up … Continue reading London: Sunday Brunch At The Black Penny

My Ultimate Summer Bucket List 2018

There’s always so much pressure when it comes to summer. The sun is shining (supposedly), everyone’s back home, the evenings are bright and the summer months  seem to stretch out endlessly ahead. Every year I make so many plans for summer and then before I’ve even had the chance to head to the beach, all those weeks are swallowed up in a culmination of work … Continue reading My Ultimate Summer Bucket List 2018

What I ate in a day: Costa Rica

Traditional, Vegan, Gluten free and vegetarian food in Costa Rica, Central America As promised here’s the next of my ‘what I ate in a day‘ posts that I’ll be writing up about my recent trip through Central America. We all know that eating is one of the best parts of travelling and personally I’m always fascinated by diets in other countries so I thought this would … Continue reading What I ate in a day: Costa Rica