Zuchi: First Impressions

So the snow has been and gone again but the first time the Beast from the East descended on Birmingham, it delayed the Zuchi event that I was meant to go to. But luckily, a week later I was able to sample the delights that Zuchi have to offer.

Wayland's Yard: Vegan Options

When a new place opens up in Birmingham, I make it my mission to go and check out their vegan options. For research purposes, obviously. It's even better when I get invited to try out that said new place.So, today's newest place is Wayland's Yard and I, along with a large number of other Brum Bloggers, ventured to the new eatery to see what this Worcester-based eatery had to offer to us Brummies.

First Impressions: Vegan Options at All Bar One

After watching Black Panther, my friend and I were looking around Brindley Place for somewhere to eat dinner. We stumbled upon All Bar One and saw they had kept their Veganuary menu. And it was on offer, which allows you to have two courses for £10.50. Not bad, right? So, how was the food?

Vegan Food Festival at Pushkar

When you think of Broad St in Birmingham, you don't think of a good curry. At least I don't! I think of the renowned street that is full of bars, clubs and chicken shops that Birmingham is infamously known for. However, the restaurant that is changing this perception is Pushkar. Especially with their Vegan Food Festival menu, that is running until 28th February. 

Vegan Options at Toby Carvery

When you think of a carvery, you don't think vegan, right? At least I don't. This is why I was sceptical to try out Toby Carvery but I was invited and thought why not. Let's see this what this is all about. I'll be honest with you guys, I've never been to a Toby Carvery before but would I go back? Read on to find out.

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