When you think of food on a train whats the first thoughts that come to mind? If it’s similar to me, you’ll be think low quality food at hight prices and in the most part you’d be absolutely right, it would however seem that Virgin Trains East Coast are doing everything they can to buck that trend.
I’m back on the Yorkshire Coast this time at a Haven Holiday Park named Primrose Valley, we’re staying courtesy of ABI Holiday Homes in their Clarendon Holiday Home and boy have the Holiday homes changed since the days in which I was rewarded for selling them.
The news that Forster Square will bring street food flavours from across the globe to Bradford this weekend (1st & 2nd July) with its first pop-up foodie festival kind of got me thinking, what’s the street food that would make me go weak at the knee’s?
Afternoon Tea, once a quintessential English tradition amongst the aristocracy now a quick way for a whole host of hotels and restaurants to fill their otherwise quite times.
With so much choice where do you go for Afternoon tea if what you’re looking for are the traditions of yesteryear?