Todays post is very picture and word heavy but it is such an important post that really needs to be done justice. One Love Manchester, the charity concert for the victims of the Manchester terror attack. The concert not just our nation but the world was watching. The day Manchester stood up together against terrorism with the world behind it.
Last week me and Ellie were invited down to Yeadon Stoops Beefeater to try out their new menu in their new look restaurant.
Beefeater is a British brand that launched back in 1974 and now has over 140 restaurants nationwide. The restaurants are warm, welcoming and modern with cosy booth seating and an informal, relaxing atmosphere.
The brand is famous for serving up great tasting quality steak but prides itself on a wide affordable menu that has something suitable for the whole family, from succulent steak, chicken and fish to fresh salads and indulgent puddings.
Steak lovers of Leeds can now rejoice, the Beefeater Yeadon Stoops is now open following some exciting changes.
The restaurant has undergone a stunning makeover to create a light and welcoming environment for guests. The venue boasts a fresh look inside and out, with booth seating now available for larger groups. With comfort and style a priority for Beefeater, visitors can now enjoy the modern interior and relax in the new-look bar.
With strong family values at the forefront of the business, the menu is jam-packed with a wide range of favourites, including tender steaks, mouth-watering burgers and fresh salads. Guests can also tuck into Beer-Battered Cod & Chips, Smothered Chicken and the Beefeater Mixed Grill, each prepared with care and presented with flare. In addition, Beefeater is now offering unlimited skinny or triple cooked chips with selected main meals.
In a few weeks time I have a new book review for you all, We Have Lost The Coffee by Paul Mathews. Tonight I am sharing the cover reveal for the book. Read More
On a gorgeously sunny day I went down to the newly opened Water Lane Boathouse in Leeds for a menu tasting event. Water Lane Boathouse sits on the canal in Leeds city centre and was formally the Pour House. This is my first time here, it is an absolutely gorgeous venue with a rustic, open feel and huge glass windows that look out over the canal.
Today is my stop on the The Silence by Katharine Johnson book tour. The Silence is a new, 294 page, thriller novel.