I’m lucky enough to have a friend who treated me to this lovely prawn pad Thai. It’s her favourite restaurant in Southampton and we were feeling peckish, so we thought why not! Their lunch deals are so cheap for what you are given.
We had simple starters of prawn toast and satay chicken, followed by pad Thai. You can instantly tell that the food is all cooked from fresh. The presentation is always spot on and the service from the waitress was fab! She welcomed us in a cultural way as soon as we walked in. I could also smell the incense burning which made me feel relaxed. It was a comforting experience and the food has never failed to impress me. I recommend this place if you ever need a pit stop and fancy some Thai food, this is the place to visit!
I love it when baristas actually make an effort with how your coffee is presented. Mans got skills! I genuinely can’t live without coffee when I am constantly on the go with my job. I always order a soya late because I’m not particularly a fan of cows milk. Hopefully I can treat myself to a coffee machine soon and do my own coffee art!
This is literally the taste of Greece in southampton! I couldn’t help myself but to try the chicken souvlaki. I knew what these were like as I ate many of these whilst visiting Athens.
They are known to be very popular on the streets of Greece. It may look like a snack to you but trust me, it’s packed with all the goodness you need! If you’d like to try traditional dishes from Greece then lemoni is the place to go.
This is the perfect brunch idea! It may not look filling but trust me it is. The flavours work so well together, and in my opinion it’s visually appealing to the eye. Avocado is a great fat burner as well.
My partner and I decided to go out for a casual drink nearby. There’s this cute little craft and ale bar called overdraft just opposite our flat. After walking in, the environment was chilled and the settings were quirky. From brick Work surrounding you, to metal hooks giving that rustic vibe. This is a bar which you can grab 3 beers or ciders of your choice, for a whopping £4.50! Out of the selection, I loved the mango cider. It was a refreshing, summery drink which wasn’t too heavy. Fruit ciders are a winner for me personally. I also tried coffee infused ales which were different but very bitter.
Pleased to announce that I am now a volunteer for voice fm based in Southampton! This will open many doors for me in the future especially for radio presenting. I’m planning on creating my own comedy show once I feel confident enough on air. Here’s to the future!
I apologise for my absence I have been working literally non stop. It’s hard to find the time to keep up to date with my blogging. However, this weekend I plan to go to London so I will take lots of photos of my little adventure. Peace out!