It was Friday night and I was looking for a little bit of glam. The lads were heading out to check out a new micro-brewery so I called up a local friend to have a night out close to home.
I have a friend who visits San Sebastián every year. When she heard we were going she told us about a restaurant that she makes a point to eat at every time that she visits so, of course, we had to visit it too.
While the old town is what you come to San Sebastian for, Gros is actually a pretty cool part of town. On the other side of the bridge and right by the surf beach, there are quite a few cute bars and restaurants serving awesome pintxos and teaming with locals.
I’ve often walked past Folonomo and thought, I should definitely go there so when one of my friends wanted to have her birthday dinner there I was all in.
It’s good to be back! So, since I’ve been gone my office has moved to The Rocks and, most fortunately, so has William Blue Hospitality School.
I never get bored of living in London and all the fantastic places we have to see (and eat at) but I was taken aback by how overwhelmed my parents were with Duck and Waffle. The view, the food, the service – they couldn’t stop raving about it. So when some other Australian friends came to visit, the obvious choice was the new Aqua Shard.
I have a friend who gets to eat at some of London’s top restaurants as part of his job. Among all the places he’s been, Pollen Street Social is his top London restaurant – so as you can imagine, this says alot. So when Little Social opened across the street, it was a definite “I must try”.