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Jim buddy’s donut 

Today I’m reviewing something I’ve never tried before, a protein donut! I heard that there was going to be a stand at Bodypower 2017 called ‘Jim Buddy’s’ and that they do high protein donuts, so I was immediately intrigued. I know I could always make my own ‘pronut’ but it’s so much easier just to buy one, especially when you’re short on time.

I feel bad for my companion, as I literally dragged them round every stall going “no, this isn’t the donuts” and buying loads of stuff in the process (was always going to happen, it’s Bodypower, what do you expect?!). Anyway, when I found them I was so excited and wanted to buy all of the flavours but unfortunately, I could only buy one due to limited space, so I chose the chocolate orange flavour. All of the other 3 flavours sounded great too but when it comes down to any decision, chocolate will always win for me.
So each donut is packed in its own little tub and has 99kcals. Of this, 10g is protein, 2g net carbs (annoyingly they don’t tell you the actual carbs, although this can easily be worked out) and 3.5g fat. The ingredient list is also relatively ‘good’ in terms of the fact that it’s made with ingredients I actually know of, such as whey protein, Greek yoghurt and orange zest, among other things.

Some of the icing of my donut did come off onto the lid of the tub which was annoying but I just scraped it back on and I suppose there isn’t an alternative way of packing them, so not really much they could do.
Now, for the taste! The chocolate orange flavour was honestly really good – not artificial which I find a lot of protein treats to be. It’s no Terry’s but it was still great! The icing was a great consistency and was the texture of ‘real’, ‘normal’ icing, which I loved because that is one thing that I was worried about. The texture is where I was really really disappointed though. It’s structure was that of a donut but it was so so dry that i couldn’t really swallow it easily and I didn’t enjoy it straight out of the tub at all. I was really hoping for great things with this brand so decided rather than throwing it away, I would try microwaving it and serving it with some Greek yoghurt to see if it was better warmed up. OH YES. IT WAS. Seriously, the chocolate flavour came out more, as did the orange and it was so soft and perfectly moist like a donut should be.

Overall, I would definitely be willing to try another Jim Buddy’s protein donut, to see if I got a random bad one or one that was slightly old or something (especially because the other 3 flavours all sounded so great). If they are all as dry as the first I had, then I would possibly still buy them, but definitely only rarely as it would have to be a snack that I would have to microwave, so I couldn’t take it on the go, like I should be able to.
It’s £14.99 for 6 donuts directly from the website, (You can definitely make your own for less money). The website delivers all over the UK. Edit: they also now sell on


Taste: 7.5/10

Price: 5/10

Macros: 7/10
Availability: 6/10
What’s your favourite flavour donut? Let me know in the comments!
Thanks for reading x

Gato & Co. Chocolate Aubergine Fondant 

I’m so sorry for how long it’s been since my last post! Again, I could make excuses but I’m not going to because I hate doing that. Basically I prioritised other things over posting on here.
Anyway, I’m back with a bang because today I’m reviewing something I picked up in Selfridges in London. It intrigued me so much and I haven’t seen anything online about it or the brand, so wanted to give it a go!

As you can see from the title of the post, I’m talking about the Gato & Co. Chocoalte Aubergine Fondant with a sprinkling of Spirulina. Yes, sounds really really weird. I like weird though. I also like chocolate. I also like vegetables. I also like chocolate Fondant (my favourite dessert actually). Don’t like spirulina though, so I was a bit apprehensive. Also let’s be honest, if it’s not flour and sugar and butter it probably doesn’t taste as good as one that is. Anyway, on to the review.

So you can eat these cold, but they reccomend to heat it up and eat it warm. I, of course, had to try it both ways. Had a small spoonful of it cold, which was nice. Similar to any fudgy brownie cold from the fridge, just not that strong a flavour I would say. A hint of spirulina came through, which as I said I’m not a fan of, but it was so so minimal it was just a tiny bit of something that if you didn’t know it was spirulina, you wouldn’t know what it was.

The instructions say to put in the oven for 10 minutes in the pot with the lid off. It smelled nice and looked delicious but I was still unconvinced it could be like a normal fondant.

It was surprisingly delicious though! I loved it! I would definitely say it’s not ‘Fondant’ like they market it, because it didn’t have a runny middle. However, it was a really good dense, fudgy, chocolatey brownie which I would happily eat again! It looks like a small portion but it’s rich enough that the size is actually very good. Again, I would have loved a runny middle but nevertheless, this was seriously tasty!

The macros are relatively good for a health food product, 170 calories for the pot which is good I think and with only 9.7g fat, it’s a lot less than a normal chocolate fondant would be! I say it’s a health food product because some of the main ingredients are: cacao, almonds, aubergine, honey and spirulina so it’s definitely marketed at those who don’t want to eat a ‘normal’ dessert.

Overall, I was very impressed. I tried another product from this brand aswell but have my eye on their orange, polenta and cardamom sponge because I didn’t try that and I now have high hopes based on what I have tried!! Excited to try the sponge, drooling just thinking about it haha!

Here is there website, if you want to read more about the brand and their products.

Macros per pot: 170kcal, 9.7g fat, 18g carbohydrate, 3.3g protein, 1.8g fibre.

Taste: 8/10
Ingredients: 9/10

Appearance: 9.5/10
Overall: 9/10
Let me know what you think of putting veggies in desserts.. beetroot brownies, courgette cakes and now aubergine fondants! Has health food gone too far?

Thanks for reading,

H x

Review: The Nordic Bakery, Marylebone 

Hi everyone,

Hope you’ve had an amazing Christmas and enjoyed all the festivities (read: food).
Today I’ve got another review of a cafe/coffee shop in London. I spent a few days in Marylebone before Christmas and have been desperate to try The Nordic Bakery for ages. I specifically wanted to have the cinnamon buns but was recently informed by a very reliable cinnamon bun source (aka scandinavians living in London) that there’s a different place that does better cinnamon buns, so I decided not to waste my time (or calories!) on sub-par buns.

(Their famous blueberry cake – didn’t try it but was very tempted!)

I popped into the New Cavendish branch of this Scandi cafe after I’d done a morning workout. It also happened to be one of the coldest days of the year so I was in the mood for something warming. After about 10 minutes internally debating what to get, I ended up ordering their porridge to-go. We were staying only a few minutes walk away so I planned to eat it straight away when I got home. The lady serving me (who was particularly unfriendly and unhelpful) asked what topping I wanted. Bad move. I don’t do well with choices and decisions!! I could have honey, cinnamon or jam. I couldn’t choose between cinnamon or jam so went for both (which I was pleasantly surprised that they let me have!)

(Some of the savouries at the counter)

It took just under 10 minutes for her to bring my porridge from downstairs and add the toppings, which I thought was quite a long time. In the meantime, I was drooling over all the amazing looking pastries and bread on the counter!

She presented my porridge to me in a ginormous takeaway cardboard container, with a lid on to keep it hot and a wooden spoon. The porridge stayed lovely and warm in the 5 minutes it took me to walk to where we were staying and dig in. The spoon, however, was the most awful porridge instrument I’ve ever seen. You’re probably thinking “how much can a spoon affect the porridge?”. My answer = a lot. It changed the whole porridge experience. It tasted wooden and sucked up some of the liquid, so I quickly whipped out a real spoon to enjoy the rest of my breakfast.

I haven’t actually said how the porridge tasted yet! Sorry for the rambling! I’ll make the rest quite quick. IT WAS SO YUMMY. I didn’t know this when I ordered but you can ask for them to make it with whatever milk you like (soya is the non-diary option they have available) but because I just asked for the porridge, they made mine with whole milk, which is the default I believe. Doesn’t surprise me because it was so so creamy it must have been full-fat milk. The mixture of grains they use to make it – rye and oats also contributes to the creaminess (according to their website, anyway!).

(More counter goodies)

Onto the toppings: It had such a lovely cinnamon taste on top (shame it was only sprinkled on the top layer really) and the jam was honestly amazing. I actually went back in to ask which jam they use on the porridge because I wanted to buy some and they sell 3 types in the cafe: strawberry, blueberry and lingonberry (all of which are sugar free so I was excited that it could taste that nice!) but the man told me the jam they use on the porridge is actually not one of the ones they sell, it’s a different recipe! I was so annoyed because seriously this jam was good – probably 99% sugar but I’m telling myself it was the post-workout anabolic window so it’s ok. 🙈

The porridge was so big I only managed to have like 1/3rd of it (because I had to have a source of protein with it aswell as it was after my workout) but I think if that were all you were eating still half or three quarters of it would be plenty! It was very filling!

(It all looked so yummy – sorry for the bad pictures!)

Overall, I’d definitely get the porridge from The Nordic Bakery again, I’d like to try it made with water or skimmed milk to see if it’s still as creamy and delicious. I’d also like to try it eating in the cafe, rather than taking it away. Everything else they did looked and sounded delicious too, all the sandwiches and the other breakfasts and pastries, so I’m for sure planning to go again!

Presentation: 8/10

Service: 6/10

Atmosphere: 7/10

Location: 9/10

Price: 7/10
Menu: 8/10

What’s your favourite porridge topping? Let me know in the comments below!
Thanks for reading,

H x

Emily’s fruit crisps: Crunchy Pineapple

Hey everyone,

Sorry its been such an age since I blogged last, not going to make excuses, its just life basically!

Today I’m doing a quick review for you of a product that has recently become one of my favourites! So I’ve been really into fruit ‘crisps’ recently, after having tried the apple ones from both Marks and Spencer and the Giving Earth Mango ones (which I can do a separate review of if you’d like to see that?).

Anyway below is what the bag looks like, I really like the packaging, I think they look very eye-catching and quite upmarket which is nice. The bags are only 30g and (like normal crisps) you do get a lot of air in the bag but I think thats so they don’t all get crushed before you open them. The bag is convenient to take around with you but its a shame its not resealable because I think if you leave the bag open, thats when they would go soggy but I just put a clip on the bag to stop that (unless you eat the whole bag in one go, which is completely understandable, I just like to draw out my snacks haha).


Below is what the actual ‘crisps’ look like when you open the bag… definitely not what I was expecting but a nice surprise!


Tastewise, I didn’t think I would like these as much as I actually do because I’ve only recently started liking pineapple itself. However, these are really yummy! I wouldn’t say they taste extremely pineapple-y, its just a nice fruity sweetness at first and then later on, you can detect the pineapple.


They are really crunchy and crispy which is so nice and means they work really well if you just need a little sweet snack by itself or crumbled up over yoghurt almost like a granola kind of thing. The only criticism I have with these is that they have used palm oil , however I think thats what gives them the delicious crunch they have. On the packet it does say that its ‘RSPO-certified sustainable’ palm oil, although I still think palm oil isn’t the best health-wise but they clearly haven’t used that much because there is not that much fat in them, so I’m not too bothered. There are much much worse things you could snack on! They also count as one of your 5 a day which is good!


I’m looking forward to trying the other fruit and veg crisps from this brand. Here is their website so you can find where to buy them and any other info you might want

Macros per bag (30g): 133kcal, 3.3g fat, 25.7g carbohydrate, 0.1g protein, 1.2g fibre.

Taste: 9/10

Ingredients: 7/10

Appearance: 9.5/10

Overall: 9/10

Have you tried these? What did you think? Any other similar snacks you think I should try or you would like me to review?

Thanks for reading!


H x

Review: Ziva, Mallorca 

Hello everyone, 

Hope you’re having a great summer (if it’s summer wherever you are in the world!). I recently went to Mallorca in Spain so today’s post is a short review of a health food cafe/takeaway shop I found. 

I went to the one in Santa Catalina and the one in Calle Protectora (both in the capital, Palma). Check out their website here for more info. 

At the Santa Catalina branch, below, we ordered 2 smoothies: a blueberry burst (the purple one) and a strawberry delight (the pink one). So so so delicious. Both smoothies were amazing and I chose to add a scoop of Sunwarrior protein to mine (the strawberry) because it didn’t have any already in the ingredients. Delcious! I would highly recommend! 

I also got a kombucha to try as I’m trying to eat more fermented foods. The kombucha isn’t made by them, it’s from a Spanish brand I’d never heard of but it was really delicious – I don’t usually like ‘health drinks’ but this was seriously good! Here’s a link to the kombucha brand’s website  

The apple and cinnamon granola we got to eat at home with yoghurt, but you can get it with almond milk to eat there, which is nice. It was really tasty, crunchy from the buckwheat and sweet from the dried apples but not overly sweet like some ‘healthy’ granolas often are. 

The above picture is at the Calle Protectira where we got a blueberry blast and the dish of the day – courgette noodles with veggies in a Thai curry sauce (made with coconut milk). It was average, I didn’t eat it all and I wouldn’t buy it again but I don’t usually enjoy raw food dishes (apart from salads) so I wasn’t surprised. 

The atmosphere in both Zivas is comfy, warm and welcoming although I didn’t enjoy in the Calle Protectora branch that it is mixed with an estate agents and furniture store all in one shop (weird)! However, that branch does have the peaceful courtyard, lovely to sit in the sunshine (or shade!) and sip away at your smoothie! 

Staff were helpful and informative, service was quick but I would say price is quite expensive for what it actually is, however that wouldn’t stop me buying there again! 
Taste: 8/10

Presentation: n/a

Service: 8/10

Atmosphere: 9/10

Location: 7/10

Price: 4/10

Menu: 8/10 

What’s your favourite smoothie? Leave a comment and let me know! 

H x

Review: Cafe Di Stasio, Melbourne

Hey everyone,

Hope you’re all good and are enjoying your day!

Today’s post is another review (as I’m sure you saw from the title!). When I was in Melbourne in June, I was lucky enough to be able to go to some of the best restaurants in the city. One of them, that I’d heard a lot about, was Cafe Di Stasio in St Kilda. On with the review…

Be warned, the restaurant looks a bit run down and strange from the outside. Inside, however, there is a really comfortable, ‘homey’ feel and the waiters for sure seemed like they knew what they were talking about with regard to the food but it also seemed like everyone there was part of a family.

The menu was extensive. Seriously. The headings were ‘Il Primo’, ‘Pasta E Minestra’, ‘Il Secondo’, ‘Insalate E Contorni’ and ‘Dessert’. I’m sure you can imagine my face was like the emoji with hearts for eyes.


We had gone to an Italian restaurant the night before (review coming) so I don’t really know what came over me in Cafe Di Stasio but I DIDN’T CHOOSE PASTA OR RISOTTO OR MOZZARELLA. I know. Rookie error. Looking back at the menu now, I wish we could go there again so I can try my all time favourite meal Bucatini Alla Matriciana. However, I’m not complaining because the meal I did have was seriously incredible. No regrets. … Ok, a few regrets.



I had the Caprese al Forno – Oven baked salad of goats cheese, tomato and basil (first picture in the blog post). You can’t go wrong with baked goats cheese and tomato. Next, I had the Agnello all a Romana – Lamb, slow cooked with white wine, anchovies,
rosemary and garlic bruschetta (pictured above). The lamb was so tender, falling straight off the bone and the rich gravy it was in made it was the perfect warming dish for a cold Melbourne night.


As my side dish, I got the Verdure al Forno – Oven roasted vegetables with rosemary. I LOVE roasted vegetables so for me, this was possibly the best part of the meal (sad, I know) but seriously, they were so delicious I ate practically the whole bowl to myself. Hey, I’m a growing girl! … That’s what I tell myself anyway.




My brother actually ordered something green as his side dish, which turned out to be really yum too. Broccolini Trifolati con Acciughe – Sautéed broccolini with garlic, anchovies and chilli (pictured above). Highly rated by the other members of the family as they love a bit of chilli. Mum, a.k.a Potato Queen, very predictably went for the Patate Arrosto con Aglio – Potatoes with garlic parsley and parmesan (pictured above). I think she left a part of her heart in St Kilda that evening because those potatoes were, in her words, “probably the best potatoes I’ve ever eaten”. Bold statement, I know, but I was permitted to try (a small) one and I can agree that they were garlicky, cheesy, fluffy, crispy and potato-y. You make a mean potato Mr. Di Stasio.


For dessert, again, the jet lag must have been really affecting me because while Tiramisu is my new favourite dessert, I didn’t pick the Profiteroles or the Chocolate Tart. Fool. I had the Tiramisu (pictured above) and it was good. Nothing to write home about but not bad either. After visiting Rome, I should never even try another Tiramisu as they are never going to live up to the ones I had there. Sorry, I’ll stop rambling now!

I would give it…

Taste: 9/10
Presentation: 7/10
Service: 8/10
Atmosphere: 8/10
Location: 8/10
Price: 7/10
Menu: 9/10

What do you usually order at an Italian restaurant? Whats your favourite Italian dessert? Let me know in the comments!

H x

My experience: Singapore

Hi everyone,

Hope you’re all having a lovely day (or night) and thanks for coming over to read another post! Today I wanted to share my thoughts and experiences of Singapore with you all as I recently visited on my way to Australia!

So to start, I will say that I have never been to Asia before this visit. My dad has visited Singapore tonnes of times on business but neither me, my mum nor my brother had ever been. I was really excited to go because 1. I had been told it was really clean 2. Shopping 3.I knew for a fact it was a foodie’s paradise!


We stayed at the Shangri-La (view of my balcony above) which is only about a 5-10 minute drive to Orchard Road (the main shopping road) so the hotel location was really good. If you want, I can do a post reviewing the Shangri-La in detail, just leave me a comment letting me know! The rooms were big and modern. The gym was awesome (pictured below from outside), the pool was really nice and the food was too notch! Overall – very impressed! 

The weather: My dad had warned us that it was VERY hot and humid in Singapore and that it rains everyday at around 3 or 4 pm. I can definitely vouch for the humidity – it was seriously sticky! It only rained on our first day for about 30 minutes but it was quite heavy rain (good excuse to duck into some shops!).



What we did: We only had a few days in Singapore and we wanted to not plan or book too much because we didn’t know how jet lagged we would be (it turned out – not very!). We shopped on Orchard Road (pictured above), went to Raffles (probably better to go there for a meal/drink) to look around, went to some shopping centres, ate at Dempsey hill, visited the Marina Bay Sands for dinner (100% recommended), chilled around the pool and relaxed! It would have been nice to go to Sentosa Island if we had been there longer or if my brother and I were younger but we didn’t particularly want to and I don’t really feel like I missed out!


FOOD: For sure I would recommend going to Naddaman in the Shangri-La for Teppenyaki for dinner! My first Teppenyaki experience and it was so yum! (Pictured above.) Also, The Waterfall restaurant (an Italian) also at the Shangri-La was probably the best Italian I’ve ever had – and that SERIOUSLY says something – and omg I still hate myself for not ordering dessert there! Ce la vie restaurant on the top of the Marina Bay Sands was one of the best evenings ever for me – the food was incredible, the view was so unique, the service was amazing, what more could you want? (Pictures below). I wanted to do more breakfast/brunch I while we were there but unfortunately we only got to go out once in the morning – to Rider’s Cafe. This is somewhere I would say you have to visit if you go to Singapore as it was a really cool location and the food was literally the stuff of dreams! (Yes. I ordered 2 breakfasts. It had to be done.)



Generally I felt really safe in Sinagpore, it was very clean, the service was very good. The city had a very cosmopolitan feel, with everything very modern and trendy. Taxis were a bit of a struggle (to call one, you need to give a Singapore mobile number, SILLY IDEA). It was for sure a foodie’s paradise as there were truffle fries literally everywhere. My idea of heaven.


I really enjoyed Singapore and would definitely stay there as a stopover on the way to or from Australia again. I personally don’t think I would specifically go there on holiday for a week or two but for a few days it was incredible!

Have you ever been to Singapore? If so, what did you think? What would you recommend next time I go? I’d love to know so please leave me a comment!

Thanks for reading,

Harrie x

Review: Ruby’s Diner, Sydney

Hi everyone,

The reason for the lack of posts recently is that I’m on the other side of the world! I’m currently in Sydney, Australia which is our third stop out of six on our month long tour! Now, the great thing about australia is brunch. Yeah, the beaches are great, the wildlife is crazy and in summer its amazing weather but seriously…brunch. In Europe, breakfast or brunch seems to be more of a take it or leave it kind of thing but here in Oz its definitely treated like the most important meal of the day.

After visiting Melbourne and its many breakfast cafes, I thought Sydney’s offering might disappoint as I had heard that Melbourne is the place for brunch. I was wrong. Today, I dragged everyone to Ruby’s Diner in Waverley for something to warm us up during Sydney’s current ‘cold snap’ – AKA British summer!
  Bearing in mind it was 9.30 on a sunday morning when we arrived, we only had to wait 10 minutes for a table because we didn’t mind sitting outside (with cold little me practically on top of the heater of course).

3 freshly squeezed orange juices, a bottle of water, one flat white and one long black later and we were ready to look over the menu. I could have literally ordered everything on there as it all sounded so good but I’ve had eggs, avocado, bacon and all that stuff for the past few days, so today I fancied something sweet. I couldn’t decide between the ‘5 grain bircher muesli with seasonal fruit, nut crunch, yoghurt and honey’ or the ‘Roast pears with coconut yoghurt and buckwheat coconut crunch’ (pictured above). 

My dad decided to get the bircher (pictured above) so I went for the pears as it sounded like quite a unique dish (Plus, I have a thing for coconut yoghurt). The bircher muesli was delish and the fresh banana plus the crunchy stuff on top was right up my street and when I tried a spoonful, I was jealous that my dad ordered it and not me. The roasted pears were really good. Fragrant, juicy and soft, they had been cooked in vanilla and orange (among other things I’m sure) and the coconut yoghurt on top made the sweetness of the pears not seem overwhelming. The buckwheat crunch, which I thought would just be boring roasted buckwheat when I saw it was actually really yummy. It added a different texture and a nice extra cinnamon flavour. The only thing I would say is that I think three pear halves is a bit much, as towards the end it seemed a bit sickly and started to taste a bit like a candle smells. I still somehow managed to eat it all though so it can’t have been bad!

Both my mum and brother ordered what I would have ordered if I had gone for something savoury, the ‘House-made baked beans with manchego and oregano on sourdough’. My mum got it plain and the competitive eater brother ordered a poached egg, avocado and bacon to go with it. They both loved the beans and the toast and my brother (who has probably eaten more avocado than anyone I know) said the avo was really nice and fresh. My mum is the most selfless person in the world and to prove it, all I need to say is she spooned a big heap of beans on the crunchy toast and gave me the first bite. My thoughts? Aaaah, how nice of her… F*$#!!! Yep, I burnt the roof of my mouth. Its blistering as I type this. The beans were worth it. The perils of being a foodie.

The service was probably one of the worst out of the places we’ve been for breakfast but that could be because we were seated outside, on the very end and it was very busy! The atmosphere was nice, although as I said, we were outside so it would have felt different inside but it seemed to be a very popular, buzzing, family friendly neighbourhood cafe, which I liked.
Taste: 9/10

Presentation: 9/10

Service: 6/10

Atmosphere: 7/10

Location: 3/10

Price: 7/10

Menu: 9/10

What’s your favourite breakfast dish? Let me know in the comments! 

Thanks for reading, 

H x  

Review: Tahini Mallorca

Hey everyone,

Hope you are all doing well! Today I’m reviewing the restaurant Tahini in Puerto Portals in Mallorca. It was my first proper Asian/Japanese restaurant experience and I have to say it really impressed me!


When I was younger I swore I would never eat fish (apart from fish fingers because… well fish fingers are great). The smell of it used to really put me off, but now I know that was only the smell of smoked salmon and tinned tuna and my life has changed ever since! I have recently started enjoying fish in all forms, fish and chips, grilled, baked, in fish cakes, you name it! I didn’t think I was ready for raw fish yet, but wanted to try Tahini as my parents thought I would like it, so we went! I know, sushi isn’t necessarily raw fish, as sushi actually means the sticky rice that holds it together (you learn something new every day!) but I was still not expecting to love Japanese food or sushi because of the strong flavours that I thought would overwhelm a foodbie (foodie newbie – I just made that up so now it’s a thing) like me. Anyway, enough rambling and on to the food!!



To start, we ordered the Veggie Sushi, Edamame, Miso soup with Foie Gras and Truffle, California rolls and the VEAL AND VEGETABLE ROLL WITH TRUFFLE AROMA. Yes, you read that right and yes it was as good as you are imagining. The Veggie sushi was not my favourite but I think thats because it had quite a lot of either miso or soy on it, so I much preferred the avocado rolls which came on the side of the Veggie sushi. The California rolls were awesome, as always. Unfortunately, there is no picture of the star of the show, the Veal rolls, as I scarfed them down too quick to even contemplate taking a picture!

image1-11For our mains, my dad and I got the Halibut with saikyo miso, which comes with green beans and a carrot puree that I literally licked off the plate (no joke). The halibut was cooked perfectly, all soft and flaky and had a lovely but not overpowering flavour. My brother got the Teppinyaki Tahini style – a steak, of course! He also had the Fried rice as a side. My mum went for the Tahini noodles with king prawns and chicken and she said it was really tasty (I can vouch, as I may have had a forkful…or four… but it was purely for the review!)




We requested a seat in one of the ‘boxes’ outside. Each box houses about four tables, with a fireplace for the winter and glass walls so you can see the Japanese inspired decor of the gardens around you. You would honestly not know you were in a famous Port in Spain! Service was very good, they were very happy to bring me a knife and fork and recommended the amount of things we would need as well as what we might like. Overall, very impressed! They also do takeaway (but you cant get the veal rolls to take away – which is kind of good because if you could, I would end up looking like a veal roll!)



Taste: 9/10
Presentation: 9/10
Service: 8/10
Atmosphere: 8/10
Location: 9/10
Price: 7/10
Menu: 7/10

Whats your favourite Japanese restaurant? Whats your favourite sushi? Have you ever had sushi with meat instead of fish? Leave me a comment below and let me know!

Thanks for reading,

Harrie x

Healthy Instagrammers

Hi everyone,

Today’s post is a little bit different as I wanted to share with you some of the accounts I spend a lot of time procrastinating browsing through in my valuable  spare time! You may not know this already but although I’m now a foodie, I also consider myself a healthy foodie! As much as I love chocolate, desserts, bread, takeaways, eating out etc. etc. I’m also really into health and fitness. I will do more posts about this in the future and I will be sharing some of my favourite healthy recipes but for today I wanted to keep it short and sweet (she says finishing the first rambly paragraph!).

In no particular order, here are some of the instagram accounts I love to go to for inspiration! (These accounts will inspire anyone, not just health conscious people as I can promise all of the food looks amazing and the recipes I have tested definitely live up to the expectations!)


@superfoodsiobhan – A 20 year old vegan from England shares her quick and easy meal ideas. (Pictured above)

@deliciouslyella – Famous for her bestselling book ‘Deliciously Ella’, so many amazing recipes with so many nutrients packed in!

@Thebodycoach – Really funny videos from Joe who shows you how to cook your favourite meals ‘Leanin15’ style!

@Fitmencook – Innovative ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner that would fool anyone who didn’t know they were healthy.

@Cleaneatingalice – Simple meal ideas from Alice who shows that eating clean isn’t boring and isn’t rocket science!

@Zannavandijk – With a really good philosophy on food, Zanna shows that life is all about balance, so indulge every once in a while!

@livingthehealthychoice – Mouth watering meals made by German Pauline, featuring fresh, in season fruits and veggies.

@livinghealthywithchocolate – Chocolate! But no sugar, refined carbs or processed ingredients in sight.

@lorrainepascale – Lorraine is a chef, so understands how flavours work but tweaks her recipes to ‘healthify’ them!

@honestlyhealthy – Based on an alkaline diet, Natasha posts healthier family favourites as well as unique, creative dishes.

@hemsleyhemsley – Sisters who aren’t afraid to include meat in their diet, show how feeling good comes from eating delicious, healthy food! (I recreated one of their dishes, as seen below)


Leave a comment below letting me know what Instagram accounts you love to have a browse through – healthy or unhealthy!

Thanks for reading,

Harrie x