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Luxury beauty is something I like to keep up with from an outsider point of view, but have never bought into, as the products are just a little too expensive for my liking. I always wonder how they are different to say, a foundation from Boots. My logical brain says "thats way too much just get Rimmel" every time I step near the John Lewis concessions. But for some reason, the Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder had caught my attention. Previously, for the Love Island Afterparty a makeup artist had used this on my face (as well as a monthly wage worth of other products) and I thought maybe it was something I could add to my makeup bag. I also love watching bloggers do their makeup in their Youtube Videos, just in their daily vlogs, so nothing too fancy and this product kept cropping up. 

I headed to John Lewis in West Quay, decided how I wanted to apply it and got the powder and the brush. They only do two shades, translucent and medium/deep and even though I'm tanned, I'm definitely not the darker shade. I opted for the Laura Mercier Fan Brush, just because I felt like a light dusting would be just right and even though it's a highlighter brush, who says you can't come up with your own techniques, right? 




I was so scared to use it for fear of dropping it everywhere or doing it wrong, but surprisingly, I've actually done okay with it! It has a really soft texture that feels like it dissolves into your makeup rather than sitting on top of it and it brushes on so light with the fan brush, just the way I wanted it. For just under £30 this is definitely more at the higher end of makeup, but as far as I can tell it is going to last a good while and I only have to add more powder to the top of it every 4 ish days, so it doesn't disappear too fast. The fan brush is the perfect size and I can get into all parts of my face e.g. around my nose or by my hair. 

I would definitely recommend it as a staple makeup bag item, even though it is a little more pricey it is way less cakey than some of the other more high street options. If you have any other makeup staples you think I should know about then please let me know! I feel like upgrading my makeup is a good idea now ....





Discovering Laura Mercier

Sunday, 5 November 2017







Luxury beauty is something I like to keep up with from an outsider point of view, but have never bought into, as the products are just a little too expensive for my liking. I always wonder how they are different to say, a foundation from Boots. My logical brain says "thats way too much just get Rimmel" every time I step near the John Lewis concessions. But for some reason, the Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder had caught my attention. Previously, for the Love Island Afterparty a makeup artist had used this on my face (as well as a monthly wage worth of other products) and I thought maybe it was something I could add to my makeup bag. I also love watching bloggers do their makeup in their Youtube Videos, just in their daily vlogs, so nothing too fancy and this product kept cropping up. 

I headed to John Lewis in West Quay, decided how I wanted to apply it and got the powder and the brush. They only do two shades, translucent and medium/deep and even though I'm tanned, I'm definitely not the darker shade. I opted for the Laura Mercier Fan Brush, just because I felt like a light dusting would be just right and even though it's a highlighter brush, who says you can't come up with your own techniques, right? 




I was so scared to use it for fear of dropping it everywhere or doing it wrong, but surprisingly, I've actually done okay with it! It has a really soft texture that feels like it dissolves into your makeup rather than sitting on top of it and it brushes on so light with the fan brush, just the way I wanted it. For just under £30 this is definitely more at the higher end of makeup, but as far as I can tell it is going to last a good while and I only have to add more powder to the top of it every 4 ish days, so it doesn't disappear too fast. The fan brush is the perfect size and I can get into all parts of my face e.g. around my nose or by my hair. 

I would definitely recommend it as a staple makeup bag item, even though it is a little more pricey it is way less cakey than some of the other more high street options. If you have any other makeup staples you think I should know about then please let me know! I feel like upgrading my makeup is a good idea now ....







Since speaking out about my anxiety on Instagram, I have had so much support from strangers, family and friends about everything and it has given me some of my confidence back. Now that people know, they won't think I'm such a freak if I suddenly need to sit down right? It also meant I gathered advice and other information to help me through from everyone else, tips and tricks they had picked up themselves whilst I also shared mine. But in a strange way, having this awful thing in my head constantly has been affecting my family, friendships and any attempt at a relationship I may have. I've always always been a strong person and fought down until my last fingernail for things but this feeling has really got to me. But everything happens for a reason and I believe I have worked out why.

My reactions to situations have changed for the better,

If things would arise in the past that made me angry or upset, I would be so full of hate and resentment that I would blame the world, or myself, or anyone really just to release that anger and put it somewhere. Words and things I would never dream of normally saying would be thrust upon whoever upset me. But recently I have noticed that the more I get angry and worked up, the more it sets off my anxiety and gives me panic attacks. Obviously some things make me so upset it's not possible to not get upset or panicky, that's a natural feeling. But keeping these to a minimum and not making situations worse is what I'm concentrating on now. I prefer to keep a level head and go through the way I want to respond to something and what the outcome of each response is. Then work out the best way to deal with it. But even sometimes when you do nothing wrong, everything can still go wrong around you, but knowing you did your best will ensure it's not provoked.

Working through things doesn't require anger,

Some of the time, it would have been my anger (or 'red mist' as my grandad calls it) that would actually be the problem, so meeting that with an even angrier response is basically fighting fire with another fire covered in petrol and TNT. Not Good. I always want the end result to be that everything is okay and sorted, but meeting that with an absolute furious attitude just shows a dark side, not compassion. Sometimes things just don't work out but giving them a chance and treating a situation calmly with mean I am less worked up and so are the other parties involved. If more people wanted to work through things then the world would be a happier place, trust me on that one. 



I have to respect myself,

Everything happens for a reason and now I can't help thinking that I have been given this mental disease to help me become a better person. It's bringing out the calm in me as well as scaring the f**k out of me. I have to look after myself more these days and if I don't there will be consequences which will domino in effect. I need to have more respect for myself in that I don't let people confuse my being calm for not caring or letting them walk all over me, it's more about being more graceful and not letting them ruin my inner peace. Even though trust me it's difficult at times. 

If you have any other tips or any reasons you think would be related to these things happening then I'd love to hear them. We are all in this life together and we need to be nicer to each other. 

How Anxiety Made Me Calm

Monday, 23 October 2017



Since speaking out about my anxiety on Instagram, I have had so much support from strangers, family and friends about everything and it has given me some of my confidence back. Now that people know, they won't think I'm such a freak if I suddenly need to sit down right? It also meant I gathered advice and other information to help me through from everyone else, tips and tricks they had picked up themselves whilst I also shared mine. But in a strange way, having this awful thing in my head constantly has been affecting my family, friendships and any attempt at a relationship I may have. I've always always been a strong person and fought down until my last fingernail for things but this feeling has really got to me. But everything happens for a reason and I believe I have worked out why.

My reactions to situations have changed for the better,

If things would arise in the past that made me angry or upset, I would be so full of hate and resentment that I would blame the world, or myself, or anyone really just to release that anger and put it somewhere. Words and things I would never dream of normally saying would be thrust upon whoever upset me. But recently I have noticed that the more I get angry and worked up, the more it sets off my anxiety and gives me panic attacks. Obviously some things make me so upset it's not possible to not get upset or panicky, that's a natural feeling. But keeping these to a minimum and not making situations worse is what I'm concentrating on now. I prefer to keep a level head and go through the way I want to respond to something and what the outcome of each response is. Then work out the best way to deal with it. But even sometimes when you do nothing wrong, everything can still go wrong around you, but knowing you did your best will ensure it's not provoked.

Working through things doesn't require anger,

Some of the time, it would have been my anger (or 'red mist' as my grandad calls it) that would actually be the problem, so meeting that with an even angrier response is basically fighting fire with another fire covered in petrol and TNT. Not Good. I always want the end result to be that everything is okay and sorted, but meeting that with an absolute furious attitude just shows a dark side, not compassion. Sometimes things just don't work out but giving them a chance and treating a situation calmly with mean I am less worked up and so are the other parties involved. If more people wanted to work through things then the world would be a happier place, trust me on that one. 



I have to respect myself,

Everything happens for a reason and now I can't help thinking that I have been given this mental disease to help me become a better person. It's bringing out the calm in me as well as scaring the f**k out of me. I have to look after myself more these days and if I don't there will be consequences which will domino in effect. I need to have more respect for myself in that I don't let people confuse my being calm for not caring or letting them walk all over me, it's more about being more graceful and not letting them ruin my inner peace. Even though trust me it's difficult at times. 

If you have any other tips or any reasons you think would be related to these things happening then I'd love to hear them. We are all in this life together and we need to be nicer to each other. 

In this day and age of technology, photography and social media it's very hard to tell the difference between what is real life and what is just for show. Some things can look amazing in a photo but secretly everything is dull and boring. Relationships, friendships, whole lifestyles being fabricated to make you believe they are better than they are. A caption that says " Me and my love" when in reality there was a 3 hour argument and you've just made up. What makes it so difficult is that no one is open to admitting the bad times (unless to your best friend after a few glasses of wine) so we are all stuck in this cycle of fake perfection. 

Now this is not a rant about social media however, it's just a though process into how things always look like they will be better a different way, when actually they may not. A better job, a better house, a better boyfriend, outfit or car or birthday present. In truth, the car may be crappy to drive, the boyfriend may only buy flowers when he's wrong, the job may be stressful and the house might be scary at night. Honestly no one ever really knows and we created this augmented reality that has flowers and roses to make others feel bad about themselves, in order to make yourself feel better about something that might suck. 




I often find myself looking at other women on YouTube or Instagram, or even in the street and thinking 'I wonder how she got 'there' and maybe I can too' ... even though I'm not really sure what 'there' even is. Is it the time you start to feel satisfied that you've achieved an image of yourself in your head? The truth is than no one wants to be forgotten. Everyone wants to be remembered and adored and loved in some way or another and so we have to look after ourselves in the fact that not everyone's the same. Just because the job might suck for you, someone else could spend hours doing it, in which case they would be fulfilled. But don't spend forever looking for a certain perfection that doesn't exist. Love as hard or as little as you want. Work as much or as lazy as you like and don't change for anyone. Just don't complain or compare if you aren't willing to go to the same lengths. 

I always envied other girls wardrobes and came to the conclusion I hated mine because it was all old to me. Someone else would find new joy in the clothes, just not me. So I invested in this outfit from Zara and wore it two days in a row. Feeling like a total sass-pot of course. 

And there you have it. My ramblings on my current feelings of social media, comparison and green grass.





The Grass Isn't Always Greener

Wednesday, 18 October 2017


In this day and age of technology, photography and social media it's very hard to tell the difference between what is real life and what is just for show. Some things can look amazing in a photo but secretly everything is dull and boring. Relationships, friendships, whole lifestyles being fabricated to make you believe they are better than they are. A caption that says " Me and my love" when in reality there was a 3 hour argument and you've just made up. What makes it so difficult is that no one is open to admitting the bad times (unless to your best friend after a few glasses of wine) so we are all stuck in this cycle of fake perfection. 

Now this is not a rant about social media however, it's just a though process into how things always look like they will be better a different way, when actually they may not. A better job, a better house, a better boyfriend, outfit or car or birthday present. In truth, the car may be crappy to drive, the boyfriend may only buy flowers when he's wrong, the job may be stressful and the house might be scary at night. Honestly no one ever really knows and we created this augmented reality that has flowers and roses to make others feel bad about themselves, in order to make yourself feel better about something that might suck. 




I often find myself looking at other women on YouTube or Instagram, or even in the street and thinking 'I wonder how she got 'there' and maybe I can too' ... even though I'm not really sure what 'there' even is. Is it the time you start to feel satisfied that you've achieved an image of yourself in your head? The truth is than no one wants to be forgotten. Everyone wants to be remembered and adored and loved in some way or another and so we have to look after ourselves in the fact that not everyone's the same. Just because the job might suck for you, someone else could spend hours doing it, in which case they would be fulfilled. But don't spend forever looking for a certain perfection that doesn't exist. Love as hard or as little as you want. Work as much or as lazy as you like and don't change for anyone. Just don't complain or compare if you aren't willing to go to the same lengths. 

I always envied other girls wardrobes and came to the conclusion I hated mine because it was all old to me. Someone else would find new joy in the clothes, just not me. So I invested in this outfit from Zara and wore it two days in a row. Feeling like a total sass-pot of course. 

And there you have it. My ramblings on my current feelings of social media, comparison and green grass.









A very British tradition is a roast dinner on a Sunday. They are notoriously difficult to cook with so many different ingredients, but are a way of bringing the whole family or even just a couple of people together for a warming meal. I have never made one and somehow would not want to try unless I was in a fancy kitchen where I felt way more prepared, not a chance in my tiny little apartment! So instead, I took my mum and sister and ventured out to a nearby restaurant in Shamrock Quay, Southampton. 

Cove is a nautical themed restaurant in the hub of the Shamrock Quay harbour, with boats and bars too. Well knows for it's roast (and I had tasted the chicken one before) I was excited to see what they had on offer for the starters and other mains, as well as trying a different meat in the roast. 





We started with the Iberico BBQed Pork Ribs to share, and they were super tasty. There was just the right amount of meat and they it fell off the bone. Plus the sauce that came with it was just to die for! It was enough for two people especially as we had mains on the way. There was a live musician, and soft piano music played in the background in the cosy restaurant.








I of course had the roast, and I decided to have Gammon. It came with a huge yorkshire pudding (that was so melty and delicious but crispy on the outside), cauliflower cheese and roast potatoes. On the side you also get a bowl of vegetables (ours was actually bigger as we waited 40 minutes between our starter an main! oops!) with sweet potato, cabbage and cauliflower cheese. The meal comes with lashings of gravy and it just all feels like you're enjoying it at home. It's a pretty big meal but I got through it! Only leaving one potato and a bit of meat.

My mum had the Char Grilled Salmon, New Potatoes, Broad Bean & Brown Shrimp Butter. I had a taste and the salmon was succulent and the sauce fitted with it so well. There was enough to go around the whole meal and the broad beans just added something extra. It was luxury just as much as the roast and she enjoyed it very much. As well as stealing some of my sweet potato.... naturally. 

Then desserts arrived (and so did my little sister) so we had one different one each and even though I was pretty full, I knew they would be spectacular. 





My mum had her favourite, Eton Mess and this was was even creamier than the last we had at Carnicero! I had the Honeycomb Cheesecake, Toffee Crisp & Salted Caramel Sauce which was probably one of the best cheesecakes I've ever had! The toffee crunch bits were just so delicious and it wasn't too sweet either. My sister had the Chocolate Fudge Cake and managed to eat the whole thing!! 







We then enjoyed a Latte and some tea to finish off the meal and I cannot stress how much this improves a Sunday! If I was to go anywhere for a roast dinner now it would be here. The atmosphere is so calming and the service is very good, although the wait between our starters and mains was very long. But this isn't normal and I think we went in at a surprise busy period! It's fairly pricey for the food but it's so worth it an especially when you're having a treat. I would 100% recommend, and I need to go down when its an evening too to see the atmosphere then. I'm a huge lover of this place and I look forward to many more dinners to come from Cove!

See their menu and website here: www.visitcove.com
Find their Instagram here: www.instagram.com/visitcove
See their TripAdvisor Reviews: Cove

SEE MY YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE MEAL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZjAPzYfwBQ&feature=youtu.be

This meal was sponsored by Cove for the purpose of the review but all views/images and opinions are my own.

Cove - Review

Sunday, 15 October 2017





A very British tradition is a roast dinner on a Sunday. They are notoriously difficult to cook with so many different ingredients, but are a way of bringing the whole family or even just a couple of people together for a warming meal. I have never made one and somehow would not want to try unless I was in a fancy kitchen where I felt way more prepared, not a chance in my tiny little apartment! So instead, I took my mum and sister and ventured out to a nearby restaurant in Shamrock Quay, Southampton. 

Cove is a nautical themed restaurant in the hub of the Shamrock Quay harbour, with boats and bars too. Well knows for it's roast (and I had tasted the chicken one before) I was excited to see what they had on offer for the starters and other mains, as well as trying a different meat in the roast. 





We started with the Iberico BBQed Pork Ribs to share, and they were super tasty. There was just the right amount of meat and they it fell off the bone. Plus the sauce that came with it was just to die for! It was enough for two people especially as we had mains on the way. There was a live musician, and soft piano music played in the background in the cosy restaurant.








I of course had the roast, and I decided to have Gammon. It came with a huge yorkshire pudding (that was so melty and delicious but crispy on the outside), cauliflower cheese and roast potatoes. On the side you also get a bowl of vegetables (ours was actually bigger as we waited 40 minutes between our starter an main! oops!) with sweet potato, cabbage and cauliflower cheese. The meal comes with lashings of gravy and it just all feels like you're enjoying it at home. It's a pretty big meal but I got through it! Only leaving one potato and a bit of meat.

My mum had the Char Grilled Salmon, New Potatoes, Broad Bean & Brown Shrimp Butter. I had a taste and the salmon was succulent and the sauce fitted with it so well. There was enough to go around the whole meal and the broad beans just added something extra. It was luxury just as much as the roast and she enjoyed it very much. As well as stealing some of my sweet potato.... naturally. 

Then desserts arrived (and so did my little sister) so we had one different one each and even though I was pretty full, I knew they would be spectacular. 





My mum had her favourite, Eton Mess and this was was even creamier than the last we had at Carnicero! I had the Honeycomb Cheesecake, Toffee Crisp & Salted Caramel Sauce which was probably one of the best cheesecakes I've ever had! The toffee crunch bits were just so delicious and it wasn't too sweet either. My sister had the Chocolate Fudge Cake and managed to eat the whole thing!! 







We then enjoyed a Latte and some tea to finish off the meal and I cannot stress how much this improves a Sunday! If I was to go anywhere for a roast dinner now it would be here. The atmosphere is so calming and the service is very good, although the wait between our starters and mains was very long. But this isn't normal and I think we went in at a surprise busy period! It's fairly pricey for the food but it's so worth it an especially when you're having a treat. I would 100% recommend, and I need to go down when its an evening too to see the atmosphere then. I'm a huge lover of this place and I look forward to many more dinners to come from Cove!

See their menu and website here: www.visitcove.com
Find their Instagram here: www.instagram.com/visitcove
See their TripAdvisor Reviews: Cove

SEE MY YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE MEAL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZjAPzYfwBQ&feature=youtu.be

This meal was sponsored by Cove for the purpose of the review but all views/images and opinions are my own.

When I think of steakhouse, I always imagine some dark place with the smell of meat and lots of sweaty men tackling huge plates of food. But when I was invited down to Carnicero in Oxford Street, that was thankfully not what I was welcomed with. I had only been here once with a friend for a glass of wine, but didn't pay any attention to the food menu, so now was my chance to really be proven wrong about my 'Steakhouse' assumptions. On their website, the restaurant description is as follows:

"Carnicero is a Galician Steakhouse based in Oxford Street, Southampton. We offer a wide range of fresh, contemporary cuisine."

And when they say fresh and contemporary, they aren't fibbing! We were welcomed into a warm and inviting restaurant with a beautiful bar and setting, and a wall design to die for! (By Lee Murray). We then welcomed a nice bottle of Malbec, my all time favourite red wine and perused the menu to see what they had on offer. We started with some bread and fancy butter and delicious olives to get the palette started.

The waitress told us about the special starters and I had made my choice immediately. I went for the Grilled fig wrapped in parma ham, filled with brie and finished with rocket salad and balsamic glaze. What. A. Starter. I have genuinely not tasted anything like it before and wouldn't normally mix sweet and savoury at all, but this just worked. The saltiness of the ham, with the creamy cheese and the sweet fig, it just blended so well and was a good portion size too. Not too big, not too small.





My mum decided to have the Peppered Goats cheese with beetroot and artichoke, and of course I stole some to taste. Again, a perfectly sized portion with all of the different flavours that blended together. I love treating my mum to dinners and she loved that starter!

We then moved onto mains, and as we looked around in the dim light shining with candles, there were alternatives to steak being delivered on the busy Friday night so we knew that we were still in good non-steak-eating hands. I am a big fish lover and would choose that over most dishes to be honest, so to me the Salmon Superfood salad was the definite choice. It had orange in it too! With so many different ingredients, the flavours just popped and the salmon was cooked just right. Not too dry and cooked so it was a little crispy on the edges. Perfect. 

Mum had the Grilled chicken burger with added Chorizo and it didn't disappoint! It was a huge chunk of chicken and tasted so so good. There was a lot of meat and it could have done with a little more sauce, but I guess thats personal preference whether you like sauce or not, so maybe ask for your favourite if you order it! 








The portions were fairly big but I think it was a good amount, and I always think if you have eaten until you are stuffed and physically cannot eat anymore, then you've done good. I only left a little of my salad but I made sure I ate all of the salmon! Plus I'm really loving the use of artichokes in their dishes as I've had a jar of them in my fridge for so long and didn't know they could be used in salads or with just cheese!

The desserts definitely finished us! My mum had her favourite, Eton Mess, and it was spectacular. The strawberry had such a great prominent taste and it wasn't too sickly. I went for the Chocolate Brownie with salted caramel ice cream. It was definitely more sickly than the Eton Mess but tasted amazing. The ice cream went with it really well and I loved the bits of fruit to go with it, great as a little refresher.




We had such a lovely meal, the staff were very attentive but not too pushy and the food was great! We also heard the Steak was super good as well, so if you are a steak lover I highly recommend that you pay it a visit! The decor and atmosphere is fairly buzzing but not too loud, especially if you go in the week although this place is pretty popular! It's not massively on the pricey side and you can also get sharing platters if you wanted to try a bit of everything! 

Thank you to Carnicero for having us and I'll definitely come back to enjoy some more, and I might even try a steak!

See their menu and website here: www.carnicero.co.uk
Find their Instagram here: www.instagram.com/thecarnicero/
See their TripAdvisor Reviews: Carnicero Steakhouse

SEE MY YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE MEAL HERE: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsP2Eixxqmo

This meal was sponsored by Carnicero for the purpose of the review but all views/images and opinions are my own.

Carnicero Steak House - Review

Sunday, 8 October 2017


When I think of steakhouse, I always imagine some dark place with the smell of meat and lots of sweaty men tackling huge plates of food. But when I was invited down to Carnicero in Oxford Street, that was thankfully not what I was welcomed with. I had only been here once with a friend for a glass of wine, but didn't pay any attention to the food menu, so now was my chance to really be proven wrong about my 'Steakhouse' assumptions. On their website, the restaurant description is as follows:

"Carnicero is a Galician Steakhouse based in Oxford Street, Southampton. We offer a wide range of fresh, contemporary cuisine."

And when they say fresh and contemporary, they aren't fibbing! We were welcomed into a warm and inviting restaurant with a beautiful bar and setting, and a wall design to die for! (By Lee Murray). We then welcomed a nice bottle of Malbec, my all time favourite red wine and perused the menu to see what they had on offer. We started with some bread and fancy butter and delicious olives to get the palette started.

The waitress told us about the special starters and I had made my choice immediately. I went for the Grilled fig wrapped in parma ham, filled with brie and finished with rocket salad and balsamic glaze. What. A. Starter. I have genuinely not tasted anything like it before and wouldn't normally mix sweet and savoury at all, but this just worked. The saltiness of the ham, with the creamy cheese and the sweet fig, it just blended so well and was a good portion size too. Not too big, not too small.





My mum decided to have the Peppered Goats cheese with beetroot and artichoke, and of course I stole some to taste. Again, a perfectly sized portion with all of the different flavours that blended together. I love treating my mum to dinners and she loved that starter!

We then moved onto mains, and as we looked around in the dim light shining with candles, there were alternatives to steak being delivered on the busy Friday night so we knew that we were still in good non-steak-eating hands. I am a big fish lover and would choose that over most dishes to be honest, so to me the Salmon Superfood salad was the definite choice. It had orange in it too! With so many different ingredients, the flavours just popped and the salmon was cooked just right. Not too dry and cooked so it was a little crispy on the edges. Perfect. 

Mum had the Grilled chicken burger with added Chorizo and it didn't disappoint! It was a huge chunk of chicken and tasted so so good. There was a lot of meat and it could have done with a little more sauce, but I guess thats personal preference whether you like sauce or not, so maybe ask for your favourite if you order it! 








The portions were fairly big but I think it was a good amount, and I always think if you have eaten until you are stuffed and physically cannot eat anymore, then you've done good. I only left a little of my salad but I made sure I ate all of the salmon! Plus I'm really loving the use of artichokes in their dishes as I've had a jar of them in my fridge for so long and didn't know they could be used in salads or with just cheese!

The desserts definitely finished us! My mum had her favourite, Eton Mess, and it was spectacular. The strawberry had such a great prominent taste and it wasn't too sickly. I went for the Chocolate Brownie with salted caramel ice cream. It was definitely more sickly than the Eton Mess but tasted amazing. The ice cream went with it really well and I loved the bits of fruit to go with it, great as a little refresher.




We had such a lovely meal, the staff were very attentive but not too pushy and the food was great! We also heard the Steak was super good as well, so if you are a steak lover I highly recommend that you pay it a visit! The decor and atmosphere is fairly buzzing but not too loud, especially if you go in the week although this place is pretty popular! It's not massively on the pricey side and you can also get sharing platters if you wanted to try a bit of everything! 

Thank you to Carnicero for having us and I'll definitely come back to enjoy some more, and I might even try a steak!

See their menu and website here: www.carnicero.co.uk
Find their Instagram here: www.instagram.com/thecarnicero/
See their TripAdvisor Reviews: Carnicero Steakhouse

SEE MY YOUTUBE VIDEO OF THE MEAL HERE: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsP2Eixxqmo

This meal was sponsored by Carnicero for the purpose of the review but all views/images and opinions are my own.

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