Sapporo Teppanyaki Liverpool Review: July 2017
The exciting entrance sets a precedent for the unique dining experience, that you are about to enjoy, displaying a piece of grand and impressive Tansu; traditional Japanese antique furniture, in the form of a fully functional corridor fire pump direct from the district of Kyoto circa 1890 – Wow! Looking for a socially interactive dining scene, where you can immerse yourself in the world of Japanese culture and exciting entertainment, well lovely Liverpool’s Sapporo Teppanyaki is the hotspot for you. Seated with other anonymous diners, the chef prepared our Teppanyaki station, as we all engaged and eagerly waited for the Japanese action.
Bill’s Liverpool New Daytime Menu Review: July 2017
Blogging don’t get better than a brilliant Bills bonanza – Boom! Lovely Liverpool’s launch of the New Daytime Menu meant a visit was due to see exactly what delicious delights they had to offer. Our server was the fabulous friendly Francesca, who was bubbly, but understands the importance of the customer journey and aims to please without coming across as unauthentic or fake.
DW Sports Review: June 2017
DW Sports retail chain with presence both online and on the high street has something for all your fitness needs. Get your game on and start your fitness journey with the right kit from DW Sports. The delivery was both prompt and well packaged and I was raring to give my sporty items a whirl.
Teapigs 3 feel-good teas review: June 2017
Teapigs founders, Nick and Louise, started the brand back in 2006 with a mission to get everyone drinking real tea again. Both have bags of experience, as they met while working for a massive tea company. The brand has grown from strength to strength with their teas collecting over 70 great taste awards – impressive stuff!
Natures Finest Foods Fruit Review: June 2017
The core ethos of Nature’s Finest Fruit brand is that everyone should easily be able to source exotic fruit. Well, thanks to Nature’s Finest Fruit you can. The quote featured on the website from Miles Kington demonstrates the organisations passion for keeping things simple, with a little extra added fruity humor, by stating, ‘Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad’.
Passionate about fruits, the organisation source only the best fruit, add no extra sugar, picking and packing fruits, only in juice, at their optimum peak ripeness so you get all the lovely goodness.
Sienna Spa Packages Review at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester: June 2017
A perfect pamper package of indulgence can be enjoyed at the 5-star iconic Radisson Blu Edwardian, which is located in Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall and was the original home to the Hallé Orchestra. The building is steeped in history, and has old school decadence and charm, retaining some stunning original features.
Situated deep within the buildings vaults make your way down to the Sienna Spa and escape from all the city hustle and bustle. Forget your worries and stresses, and prepare to enter a tranquil, relaxing oasis of peace and calm where the focus is all about having a little well deserved ‘you’ time.
The Inner City Escape package, has the perfect balance of activities to feed mind, body and soul. Prior to your treatments, you have a full 2 hours admittance to use the wet spa facilities which includes a full air-conditioned gym, 12-metre deck level swimming pool, the poolside relaxation area along with facilities such as the whirlpool bath, Nordic sauna and steam room.
Also included is a choice of two 30 minute treatments which include a Facial, Relaxing Back Massage, Body Polish or Nail Treatment. Or pick one 60 minute, including a Facial, Relaxing Body Massage, Deluxe Manicure or Deluxe Pedicure. After all that pampering and relaxation, the hunger pangs definitely do start to kick in, so the Radisson have kindly included a traditional afternoon tea or lunch at steak & Lobster to finish off your exquisite spa experience.
Garbanzo Dry Roasted Chickpea Snacks Review: June 2017
Garbanzo are about no faff no fuss snacking and keeping things simple. With no added preservatives or additives and also being low in calories, salt, sugar, fat and also scoring a low rating on the Glycaemic index, these snacks are a healthy addition to your daily diet.
Created with chick peas, which have been consumed throughout North Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean for many years, these little balls of brilliance are rich in fibre, minerals and vitamins. Also, Chickpeas release energy slowly meaning that they help to keep you fuller for longer.
They come in a range of lip-smacking flavours, I tried the sensational sweet sesame seed & honey, coffee coated and milk chocolate. These were ideal to use in my lush chocolate bite bakes. Scrummy savoury snacks included wasabi, Thai sweet chilli, Cajun kick and smoked hickory. Grab a handful, throw on a salad and it really packs a flavoursome punch to the dish.
Give Garbanzo a go and you will always find yourself wanting more.
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Sakana a la carte Menu review: June 2017
Sensational Sakana situated on Peter street in Manchester city centre offers an enviable Japanese a la carte menu featuring top of the range food and cocktails. Immerse yourself in an evening of Japanese culture and enjoy the Sakanas experience. Tasty Tuesdays began with a lovely warm welcome from Jon and we were overjoyed to find out that the amazing Aziz was to be our server for the evening.
Boka Food Cereal Bars Review: June 2017
Snacking without the guilt is what Boka Food is about. The owner wanted his children to have treats, but without all the extra nasties. Finding the correct Boka Balance, between nutrition and flavour, the Boka bars were born. Low in sugar, fat, saturates and salt makes them a firm fav for me.
Forever Aloe Berry Nectar Review: May 2017
It was a pleasure to collaborate with lifelong friend and innovative female entrepreneur global business coach Rebecca Nazim. Rebecca has taken Lancashire by storm offering clients a range of Fabulous Forever products at fantastic prices.