The Southsea Food Tour – Cinnamon Cafe

Cinnamon Cafe rests on Winter Road and despite despising cinnamon, I cannot hate this lovely little eatery.  A girl in my class at university called Giada recommended it to me and I’m very grateful she did. Wedged between an Indian takeaway and an abandoned shop, it looks pristine and welcoming from the outside. Cinnamon Cafe … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Cinnamon Cafe

The Southsea Food Tour – The Tea Tray

The Tea Tray is a unique little place on Osbourne road, just tucked away from the seafront. Baking and painting since 2010, it’s a café full of colour and in the last week, I have been there at least 3 times. But, it’s not because of the food that I keep going back. Walking in, … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – The Tea Tray

The Southsea Food Tour – The Country Pantry

The Country Pantry is tucked away on Highland Road, just opposite one of my favourite coffee shops, T and Thistle. It’s a very small place, lodged next to an antique book shop and hairdressers, and still retains its old, vintage shop front. I have passed it on several occasions but most of the time is … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – The Country Pantry

The Southsea Food Tour – Hunter Gatherer

The top of Albert Road, that gradually becomes Highland Road, is quieter than it’s other end. Not many people venture this way much and keep to the comfort of the King’s Theatre and the One-Eyed dog. Well, that’s unless you’re a regular at the Festing but let’s face it, you’re only going there for one reason. … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Hunter Gatherer

The Southsea Food Tour – Mumms Cafe

After a night of too many vodka and cokes, it was no surprise that I had woken up with a pounding head and an incredibly dry mouth. But as I dragged myself out of bed, I remembered some advice my friend told me when I first moved to Portsmouth, “if you are ever hungover, go … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Mumms Cafe

The Southsea Food Tour – T and Thistle

I didn’t sleep well last night and woke up in a bit of a flat mood. I slumped out of bed and sighing, I put on my clothes and readied myself for the day ahead. In need of a pickup and having no food to make breakfast, I walked round the road to T and … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – T and Thistle