The Southsea Food Tour – 2018’s Top 10

A year ago, I was sitting at my computer trawling through reviews and articles, tourist guides and websites that were all about Pompey. Of course, they mentioned the Historic Dockyard, the football club, seafront and Spinnaker Tower but they rarely talked about food. The ones that did, seemed more like press releases than actual reviews … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – 2018’s Top 10

The Southsea Food Tour – Two Doors Down

You will find this global street food restaurant and bar on Osbourne Road, and as the name suggests, Two Doors down from its counterpart 6oz Burgers. It’s a small place but has made a huge impression on Portsmouth as, whenever I pass, it is normally always busy. I have tried booking online countless times on … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Two Doors Down

The Southsea Food Tour – The Southsea Deli

The Southsea Deli opened less than two weeks ago and is a unique place in Southsea – perhaps not for the reasons you may think. Before it was the light and airy deli it is now, it was once Jam and Bowler and then briefly an Alice in Wonderland cafe. It is a refreshing addition to … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – The Southsea Deli

The Southsea Food Tour – Southsea Village

Before it was Southsea Village, 81 Palmerston Road used to be Owen’s. I never went in there myself but, from what I heard, it was the kind of place where you would stick to the floor and if there wasn’t a fight then something was seriously wrong. It was rough and ready and always seemed … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Southsea Village

The Southsea Food Tour – Southsea Beach Cafe

On a gloomy day, I found myself having breakfast on Eastney Esplanade, watching the seagulls battle the oppressive wind. I was sat in the popular Southsea Beach Cafe which is found just next to South Parade Pier. For so long I had heard good things about the seaside eatery and seen beautiful photos of it on Facebook. … Read moreThe Southsea Food Tour – Southsea Beach Cafe

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 – 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