Last weekend I had the best takeaway of 2020. It was also my first ever takeaway meal from a pub.
Pre Covid-19, Style Acre tea room was one of our regular lunch haunts. Whilst it initially closed during lockdown it reopened over the summer, first as a takeaway and now for eat in dining. What did we think of our recent visit?
I’m not sure about you but I made good use of the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme! Although the government backed scheme has now ended several local pubs and restaurants are offering their own discounts or special offers in September.
Last weekend I made my first visit of the year to Dorchester Abbey tearoom. Situated in the abbey grounds the small tearoom offers a varied selection of cakes, all baked by local volunteers. Of course, it’s not the only attraction in Dorchester-on-Thames so why not visit for the afternoon, eat cake and explore the village.
The government recently announced an ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme to encourage us back into our cafes, bars and restaurants.
Look away if you’re on a diet! Pizza and chips aren’t healthy but they’re great as an occasional treat. I’ve reviewed Caprinos, one of the five options for takeaway pizza in Didcot.
Despite working on Milton Park for many years I never visited The Plum Pudding in Milton. It’s a popular lunch time haunt for local workers but what’s it like at the weekend?
Last weekend I attended the 4th Didcot Food Festival. It was the first time I’d visited so wasn’t sure what to expect; what did I think?
Whether it’s a hangover cure, post workout treat or Sunday brunch the classic fried breakfast is an ever popular menu option so I’ve rounded up a selection of cafes offering breakfast in Didcot. Continue reading “Places to get a cooked breakfast in Didcot”
These picnic spots are all within a 10 mile radius of Didcot. Most of them are informal spots, rather than dedicated spaces with picnic tables or facilities, so remember to pack a rug to sit on!