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We are Siamais, if you please

It's not every day that you get to go on a Brummie blogger double date, but that's exactly what happened when I visited Siamais last month. That double date was with these lovely ladies, aka Helen from Positive Fridays, Laura from Bite Your Brum and George from Caramel Latte Kiss.

Siamais has recently opened and is located in the Brindley Place area of Birmingham, which is central yet still away from the hustle and bustle of Broad St and the Bullring.

The Best Places in Birmingham for Vegan Cake

Sometimes you get a craving that only cake can fix. Whether it's because you're having a bad day, suffering from PMS or just broken up with the love of your life, cake can fix that pain. So where the hell in Birmingham do you go to get a good slice of vegan cake? Well, I've made a list that shall help you in your quest to make your day that much better. Check it out below.

It's Tapas Time Again!

 I didn't realise it has been nearly two years since my last review of Tapas Revolution. Since then, I have visited Tapas Revolution on a number of occasions. However, the location of Grand Central is something that always bugs me. As it doesn't feel private enough, warm enough or quiet enough. This is why I haven't visited the place as much as possible. Especially with great tapas places like El Borracho de Oro in existence in Birmingham. So how would Tapas Revolution fare 2 years later? With the added competition and novelty of Grand Central gone? Read on to find out.

Brunch at Madcup Cafe

I love eggs. I'm gonna just put that out there, I really do. So, it should come as no surprise that I love to go out for brunch. The last time I went out for brunch was a couple weeks ago and we went to Madcup Cafe in Kings Heath. I have heard a lot of buzz about the place so thought I would venture there, especially as I heard there have a variety of hot drinks that don't contain caffeine and they serve acai bowls. And if you read my last post, you'd know how much I love those.

Nutella Travels: Madrid

For my birthday this year, my mother and I decided to spend a week in Madrid. We love Barcelona so we thought a good alternative would be Madrid. The beautiful European city is all about black coffee and pork and it wasn't quite what we expected but we were able to find some awesome vegan places that are making us want to go back. Below I have listed those favourite vegan foodie places that we found, that I highly recommend you visit if you are going to Madrid. Hope you've eaten!

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