Bazza’s Catch Up

It’s been a while since my last post, mostly because I’ve been a very busy foodie! So it’s time to catch up with some things that have been going on.

It all happened last week.

Honey and Co.

Firstly a stay over in London and after a bit of shopping with Mrs Bazza we made it again to one of my favourite spots for a casual meal, Honey and Co. Now, don’t expect any glamour here. Its a basically styled interior but the food is simply to die for. I have never had a disappointing experience at Honey and Co. and last summer we were delighted to see the owners, Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich launching their latest book, The Baking Book. Honey and Co. serves Middle Eastern cuisine with some interesting twists.

Please give it a go if you are visiting London. You won’t be disappointed.

The East India Café

A few weeks ago I wrote about a ‘Foodies lunch’ Indian Street Food demonstration at The East India Café and I had the opportunity to return for dinner this week with our chums from Barnbury design store in Winchcombe. Great news to come on this later in the week!

We enjoyed some amazing flavours and all four of us thought it was such a memorable dining experience. It’s just not like any other Indian restaurant you may come across and reflects a style of food offering during the time of The Raj. They serve their dishes in a unique style and we were so well looked after by the proprietor and his wife, Litu and Rena.

I am so pleased to say that foodbybazza is involved in a food collaboration with The East India Company and details will follow later this week.

I am told they do a very special gin and tonic. Until next time…….

A Moroccan Evening in Moreton-in-Marsh

This was the latest in our series of pop-up restaurants and we were delighted to get on board with our team of collaborators, Oasis Events, Todenham Manor Farm, Heady Communications and The Cotswold Cheese Company.

A local hall was transformed by Oasis into an amazing Moroccan styled venue which included all table settings and a Moroccan themed menu was served up by Matt Laughton, Chef. I worked with Matt a few years ago now and I am really delighted to be working with him again, as he is such a talented chef. It was such a lovely evening and much enjoyed by all.

I’ve mentioned a couple of times about events to follow and later in the week we will be launching our next series of very exciting pop-ups so watch this space.


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