Live outside of Swindon and think that here is a town devoid of culinary excellence? Well think again. In recent years the food and cafe scene in Swindon has steadily improved and we now have a great choice of independent coffee shops and eateries both in the town centre area and in Old Town,
The Cakes & Ale cafe doesn’t just feed the stomach but the brain too! As this film (follow link below) from Swindon Viewpoint shows. Continental cafe culture comes to Swindon’s Old Town at Cakes & Ale, licensed cafe. Feed Your Head – What’s the point of Prison? | Swindon Viewpoint.
No 1 on Trip Advisor, Ash and Egg-e-licious have a great new website. But don’t just check out his website (see link below) – check out the food too. It is delicious. Go there. You’ll love it. Eggelicious | Slow Food Fast – About. ABOUT ASH: ‘ When Ash Mistry trained as a
U Piri Piri – Home. Just a quick link to the website of U Piri Piri – definitely one of my favourite places in Swindon as anyone who has read this blog will know. Not just a great place for great Portuguese food, wine and beer, it’s also a good spot for
Sunday 15th December Well. Ain’t life strange? No sooner do I publish a fairly extensive post about the very extensive arts in Swindon in which I make the observation that there’s bound to be something/s I don’t know about or have missed. No sooner have I pressed ‘Publish’ than this film from
… No, not the Brazilian capital city (I only wish) but the restaurant in Swindon. I went there last night with a couple of friends to try out their all you can eat Rodizio; It was delicious. I have in the past bemoaned the fact that the eating establishments in Swindon consisted
I’ve mentioned already on here that eating out in Swindon has got more interesting of late. Which is great news for me cos good food and the worship of Bacchus is one of my chief pleasures in life. 🙂 A relatively recent discovery (following personal recommendation) is Egg-e-licious located in
In my capacity as a literature student I’ve been coming across quests quite a lot of late. In ‘A Handful of Dust’, Evelyn Waugh has one of his main protagonists going off on an ill-fated quest to find another Eldorado. In ‘Coming up for Air’, George Orwell sends his protagonist