Photography

If there are any aspiring food photographers interested in participating in a blogging project and contributing the odd guest post about an eatery only you know about… …please contact us here We will build those occasional guest posts we get, into a cluster of low tech, low maintenance websites. Turning them into an organic homegrown […]

Garden Route Awards

THE CXPRESS Garden Route Culinary Awards took place at beautiful Kurland Estate in The Crags on Monday afternoon, with the who’s who of the ‘hood’s food aficionados in attendance to either receive or hand over prizes. At the steer of proceedings were Francois Ferreira, head honcho of the South African Chaîne de Rôtisseurs, and Anne […]

Plett Bistros

Beautiful, FRESH Tuna loin- Rubbed in Sesame seeds, pan seared, served on a bed of greens, with wasabi, ginger and Soya sauce. This is truly heavenly. While stocks last. Set along the Piesang valley river,this tranquil setting is the ideal place to relax. The cheese cake is like no other and all the meals prepared […]

Red Windmill

Well, our annual leave has come to an end and although its been awesome to unwind at home, we are SO excited to be re-opening on Saturday – and doubly motivated following our Certificate of Excellence award from Trip Advisor, received last week. Here’s a taste of what to expect this weekend at the fabulous […]

Start with dessert

Another excellent meal at The Angel in Midhust Although I have to admit that it was their three course, fifteen pounds ninety five lunch time special, that first persuaded me to take another look this old English Coaching Inn. Since when, I have been back a couple of times. That and the crumble, on their […]

Thyme & Chillies

After finding Indian rice pudding at Darbar in Emsworth, flavoured with cardomen, I think, I decided to try their other restaurant, Thyme & Chillies just outside Chichester near the Marina on the Witterings road. Despite not having had much experience with Indian food I thought their samosas were perfect. Crisp and flavoursome. Good service, formal, […]

Deli at Aldwick

Ask a local about home cooked meals, tea rooms, cakes and bakes and it is odds on, they will steer you to The Deli in Aldwick. Stunning fried free breakfasts. Freshly made using free range eggs, premium butchers sausages and bacon. Served with beans real toast, sauteed potatoes or bubble and squeak Home made daily […]

Scotch egg with black pudding

The fist time I came across a scotch egg with black pudding was when I was in Oxford. I was busy, in a bit of a rush. But paused to glance through the menu outside a pub in one of the side streets. I couldn’t stop. Just made a mental note to pop back another […]

Terri’s Cafe

[Edit] 11/2/24 Closed. The search continues. The best places are often the most difficult to find And Terri’s Cafe in Havant is not easy to find. Tucked away in the Truck Stop in the Langstone Technology Park it is packed full of character. Offering a menu that is loaded with homemade options. A typically traditional […]

Questions

We are building an online community network. Answering questions. Putting people back into the net. Exploring, networking, opening doors, running a small home based business incubator, workshop and open information platform. We welcome enquiries from anyone who is interested in joining and interacting with us.  Anyone who might want to get involved, anyone who also […]