I haven’t done one of these for a while, so I’ll sum up all the best GF things that have happened to me this month. 1. London Street Food, Oh my, what a range of sensory delights…the sights, smells and … Continue reading
I know I have a lot of ‘Favourites’ but Yorkshire Puddings are literally my favourite! I’ve tried to make them many times, sometimes they work, and most of the times they don’t. My sister Lauren makes them the best! She … Continue reading
I heard about this cafe by little wishers across Newcastle, It was elusive and I could never find it. So I googled it, and the rumours were true, Gluten Free, Deli, Newcastle were all correct information. So when I went home for the weekend I brought my family here, to be greeted by a 20 person queue to the door. Ravenous we went somewhere else.
A Sunday, a few weeks later. I came home again and me and my boyfriend came here for Sunday Brunch.
I got the mega bus at 3.35 am to leeds then another bus to York then a train to Newcastle, in which I arrived at like 10.30. It was a very long journey. So when we arrived at Olive and Bean, I ordered a coffee.
It was a salted caramel mocha, and it was delcious and woke me right up! We read the papers which had been left on the table for everyone to share. We revelled in the lovely atmosphere sat in some nice big comfy chairs. Sipping away at our gorgeous drinks.
After a while, we decided to order. The staff were very nice and the open kitchen looked calm and in order. Looking at the menu, you know your going to be here awhile, we order off the breakfast menu because it looked just delcious. They do gluten free bread, so if you check with the waitress when you’re there about what you can have, I’m sure it might change depending on ingredients they have ect.
I ordered eggy bread with bacon and maple syrup (I asked for it on Gluten Free bread) and it was delcious! My Boyfriend through enjoyed his gluteny meal too!