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OK so posting pictures of food on social media can be frowned upon... But when it's this impressive I think it's worth a share! The leaning tower of... Onion Rings?
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Mmmmmmm I would destroy that tower right now! !
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So this happened on my flight to Bristol this evening. Bonus likes for all horse related punnery in the comments.
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I hate sitting next to people like that... Nag nag nag for the duration of the flight.
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+mike quinn Thought this might pique your interest. Whilst I can't see it actually happening the concept is amazing.
 
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Oh I'm thinking giving up entire roads to cycling, cheaper and easier than this.
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So I kinda promised not to go on about food on social media....but I kinda lied. I've decided to go on a hunt for the UK's best burrito (must be eat in and take out to qualify).. Last week Belfast. This week Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle. I've a feeling this will be a delicious journey. Today's selection is vege chilli from Taco Mazama in Glasgow. With jalapeños, cheese, sour cream, and hot salsa. Nom nom nom.
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No tacos in this bag, just one large burrito which was eaten far, far too quickly...
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The cliché goes that every day is a school day. Well today I made pancakes since probably the first time since home economics in high school. And it wasn't a disaster. A sprinkling of sugar, some lemon juice and a Canadian maple syrup. Nom nom nom.
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This is the most epic childhood nostalgia fest I've ever seen. Incredible.
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No problem all. To be honest, the video is a bit out of date. I no longer have access to enough phones to make a newer video but that might change, you never know!
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Yum! I was through in Glasgow for work and decided I was going to start a BurritoChallenge™. That's right, a challenge to find the UK's best Burrito. Why? Why not. So I chose a Vege Chilli option, with sour cream, jalapeños, hot salsa, pinto beans and rice. The proportion of my Burrito was generous, and it was fresh and extremely tasty. The price was very reasonable and the service was quick and friendly. As Burritos go I'd say it was very very good, but just a shade behind the Vegetarian Haggis option from illegal jacks. Still, if you love Tex Mex cuisine it's a great place for some fresh and fast food, eat in or take away. Recommended!
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So this was a nice surprise that I discovered today. Outside its your typical unassuming Edinburgh pub and inside your first impression might be that it's nothing special - but you'd be wrong. The food here is a little bit special. For example we ordered a side of Onion Rings which turned out to be quite literally a tower... Enough for 3 or 4 people never mind one! All the portions were incredibly generous and tasted pretty good. They cater to both vegetarians and vegans, an unusual thing for Edinburgh pubs. The staff were really friendly and if you love your rock/goth music you'll love the jukebox. It's also a short walk from another Edinburgh favourite - Arthur's Seat. So if you fancy a brisk walk taking in the incredible views of Edinburgh from atop the crags this is a great place to bookend it. Visit!!
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In a word - Wow! I have never seen a sandwich made like this before and apparently West is something of a local legend. They make fresh sandwiches to order right in front of your eyes - I ordered the Goats Cheese with Chilli jam and I've never seen so many fresh ingredients layered on top of each other to make a sandwich. Chilli jam, lettuce, red onions - I actually I lost count of how many ingredients were going into putting it together and just watching it being constructed was a fascinating experience. At one point I wondered if the bread was actually be able to hold the sandwich together such were the quantities and variety of fillings going into it - It nearly took on Scooby Doo esque proportions. Ultimately however what really mattered was the taste, and it was absolutely delicious, right up there amongst my all time favourite sandwiches and at a price that wasn't particularly expensive. If you're visiting Belfast and want a lunchtime snack you absolutely need to go here. You can sit in, but it can get very busy. I <3 West.
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Panda & Sons is a really cool bar in Edinburgh, tucked away in Edinburgh's new town a short walk from Princes Street. Straight from the moment you enter the venue it espouses hipster cool - From the outside it looks like a hairdressers, and after heading down the stairs you need to open a bookcase to enter! Inside the decor is very lounge (If you've ever visited Edinburgh's The Place Under The Stairs you'll be right at home). Old style furniture, with leather chairs, dimly lit - shabby chic at it's finest. On offer on the menu is a range of cocktails, craft beers/ales and wine so if you like your alcohol a little less mainstream or want to let your tastebuds explore something a little different to the usual pub fare you'll be right at home. There is table service, though I found that we had to walk to the bar a couple of times to order and at one point an order I had made was forgotten - However the staff were very friendly and apologetic about this, discounting my bill without my even asking. At weekends it can get very busy so you'll need to book in advance as it's seating only. If you want to visit a bar in Edinburgh with a really comfortable, quirky atmosphere Panda & Sons comes highly recommended.
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Maybe I'm the worst person to review pubs ever because I barely drink.... But I really enjoyed this one! Jeremiah's Taproom is as far as I know pretty new, so new in fact that I had to add it to Google Maps. In addition to the selection of beverages which were no doubt on offer (apparently they have a good variety of cask ales), what really made this place stand out is the food. They do a wide selection of gourmet burgers which I and some friends found delicious. They had table service which was quick and friendly and make a nice change from having to visit the bar to order. Inside the decor was a cool blend of the old and new, it's kinda difficult to describe. Oh and the food was served on these kinda funky wooden trays. Next time I'll need to take a picture. If you want to fill your belly and quench your thirst it's a great place to visit, and it's only a stones throw from the Edinburgh Playhouse if you're catching a show. Recommended.
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It's a multiplex, kind of like any other really! The cinema was clean, the screen I viewed my movie on was exceptionally large and the seats were comfortable. It's difficult to fault what they do, which is showing off Blockbuster movies. The only negative was the staff member who served me who did her job but seemed disinterested in me as a customer with little eye contact, and a half hearted hello/thank you at the end. This didn't particularly impact my experience of the movie however. If you fancy catching a blockbuster in Belfast city centre you could do far worse.
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So apparently this is the most bombed hotel in Europe according to the locals (something I didn't know before staying) - but don't let that put you off, it's been well over a decade since there was any kind of trouble! Inside the decor is chic and modern, as befitting somewhere Bill Clinton stayed on his visit to Northern Ireland. The staff were friendly, my room was comfortable (albeit not huge) and there was a really nice walk in shower. The location is excellent if you want to explore Belfast's city centre as you're literally a few minutes walk away from City Hall and many of the other attractions the city has to offer. I didn't try out the restaurant on my stay (I was only there for one night) but I've been told it's highly recommended. If you are looking for a nice hotel to stay in whilst in Belfast, with a little bit more character and history than most it's definitely the place to be!
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