The Southsea Food Tour – Home Coffee

Southsea is filled to the brim with coffee shops. There’s at least twenty on Albert Road alone. Amongst all the delis and bistros is Home Coffee, a special little place that, in the past few days, has won over my heart. Tucked in next to the King’s Theatre, they serve specialist coffees from Rwanda and … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Home Coffee

The Southsea Food Tour – Parade Tearooms

18 months ago, a sub-station stood where the lovely and light Parade tea rooms now serves rich coffee and moreish doorstop cake. The owner, Mark Hogan, turned the run-down and neglected building into the perfect little café with wooden floors, cushions and large windows that overlook the vibrant green of the common. It may be … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Parade Tearooms

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

The Southsea Food Tour – Aurora Cafe and Lounge

Named after the statue above the Kings Theatre, Aurora café and lounge has been in business since 2015 when it replaced Magick Bean café. Since then they have made a big impression on Albert Road. On a sunny day I entered its door and was welcome by gold décor and reggae music. Soft in the … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Aurora Cafe and Lounge

The Southsea Food Tour – All About Tea

Considering this tea room is just a few steps away from my university building, I am surprised that I have never been there before. All About Tea is a quaint, little cafe hidden away on Middle Street. However, there is more to it than that. Not only a great venue to have your daily cuppa, All … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – All About Tea