Orange at The Sir Roger Titchborne ooh

My dear readers, as you know I dont travel hugely but love any chance to blog somewhere new.  Myself, Ed and the bots and Becky ended up at the Sir Roger Titchborne http://www.thetichborne.co.uk/  in Billinghurst.  We wanted to see a great band, Orange, that I have followed for many years.  One of it’s song contains […]

Hennessey, make a day of it at Newbury Racecourse

  Have you been to Newbury Racecourse.  Here’s a strange thing, more people attend regularly from outside Newbury, indeed it wasnt until West Berkshire Mencap started to have its annual Race Day there (March 3rd 2017 folks) that I became a regular attender.  Yet it really is a fantastic day out.  My bestie, Anne, loves […]

Forbury – a great start that tailed off

  i have been meaning to go to the Forbury for ages. They send the most enticing emails and they have a snack menu! Who would have thought it, how can you go wrong with a snack menu. I was a touch surprised by the number of menus that they did have though. Quite a […]

5 places available NOW at Brebis for Wednesday

  This is all of the food that you probably wont be eating on Wednesday if you have a ticket for the fantastic Brebis Fundraising dinner for West Berkshire Mencap. However it will be just as good if not better. For only £50 per head you will get loads of delicious courses, with wine, AND […]

Great service and interesting menu – Rowbarge

The Rowbarge is a reliable place to eat, good pub food with a twist. It is particularly lovely in the summer as it has a huge garden with the canal in front and is very popular with walkers and boaters (people not hats). We have learnt to book now as its popularity has increased with […]

The Pheasant in Lambourn, Shootin’ Huntin’ Eatin’ Sleepin’

  I haven’t done too much in the Lambourn area so it was great to meet Rupert who owns The Pheasant and asked about a review. He talked to me about two of his places, The Pheasant in Lambourn and the Hart near Andover, both of which also have rooms.   Lambourn proves my theory […]

An Old Friend revisited – White Hart

I was released temporarily last week and was trying to go past The White Hart in Hampstead Norreys but was unable to. A weird magnetic force of remembered tastiness propelled me in to the delish food pub for an early lunch. Because this visit was a bit sudden and impulsive I forgot to pick up […]

Brebis interview – run over by a steamroller of taste

How exciting, this is one very passionate man, great cook and must be hell to live with, appears to do everything at full speed! Sam is the chef and when I visited both his brother and mum were helping so it appears to be a true family business. In fact some of the meat on […]