• garden shed, scarborough

    A Meal At Garden Shed, Scarborough.

    21st August 2019 crelgey

    The Garden Shed, Scarborough is a relatively new business to the town. Along with many others, with the plan to generate revenue and succeed, it’s niche is varied; a combination of cafe and restaurant. Though it’ is in the decor that the Garden Shed sets itself apart from many new openings in the town. They’ve really ran with the Garden theme, right down to the smallest of details of entering the threshold under a trowel and fork. The premiss is…

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  • Treat Yourself To The Best Handmade Chocolate’s.

    27th June 2018 crelgey

    *UPDATE JULY 2019 – Sadly Amelia’s has since closed its doors. *   Chocolate. Glorious Chocolate. Chocolate is very much my Achilles heel. It is the one thing I cannot and will not live without. Not that you should cut out foods or food groups to that matter, but it is definitely something I would never give up as I would fail atrociously. Some people like carbs. Some like snacks/crisps. I like chocolate. Enter, Amelia’s Chocolate. A local, Scarborough based chocolatier. Chocolates,…

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  • rosette sizzling pub scarborough

    The Rosette, Sizzling Pub, Scalby, Scarborough – AD

    31st January 2018 crelgey

    Scarborough has plenty of pubs. As most towns do. Many of these pubs and restaurants offer ‘sizzling’ dishes. But there’s a new contender in town and they’ve brought in the big boys – The Rosette in Scalby has been refurbished and taken over as the only Sizzling Pub in Scarborough. Now, admittedly, I don’t think I’ve visited a Sizzling Pub before. Though being a steak lover, along with my husband, who I decided to treat to a rare night out, we…

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  • the grapes inn, ebberston

    Sunday Lunch At The Grapes Inn, Ebberston, Scarborough.

    11th October 2017 crelgey

      The Grapes Inn, Ebberston. The Grapes Inn, found at Ebberston, hadn’t really been on my radar or list to visit, however, after a quick search, we deicded to give it a go. It may seem like a typically a small, quiet, friendly village pub, but don’t be fooled by that statement. It is definitely a wolf in sheep’s clothing. In a good sense of the terms. This isn’t your average village pub serving food. This place is ALL about…

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