I’m pretty certain we all love a burger? That simple marriage of meat and bun is a thing of beauty!
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Where would we be without the Spoons? Maybe not everyone's idea of good old British pub, and I would tend to agree.
I consider myself a foodie, I suppose the clue is in the name really. But how much of a foodie am I? I think I'll give anything a go once. I've eaten some pretty weird concoctions in my time.
We’re not short of Italian restaurants in the local area, I'm sure most of us have a favourite...
We all love a delicatessen don't we? There so much better than your average supermarket, where around every corner they remind us...
Foodie Rich is back with something a little different...
You would not expect to find a restaurant like Chez Elle's in the middle of brick lane, its almost like this charming bistro has been teleported from Paris to the East End.
90 seconds, 1.5 minutes, say it how you like, It's not really along time is it?
Here at Leigh-on-Sea.com we love everything about SS9. I’m stating the blooming obvious really, its why we run this website!
Yet another new restaurant to hit the Hamlet Court road area, and another cracker!
I honestly believe, go anywhere in the world, the best food is found on the streets.
Ten Green Bottles is now my new favourite bar. Not only do they serve some pretty damn tasty grub, it’s got a really friendly vibe about the place.
I’ve never eaten here. I know, call myself a foodie and I’ve never eaten in one of Leigh’s more established eateries. Well, the time had come last weekend to give em a go.
As soon as we walked through the front door I was amazed. It’s like nothing else in Southend.
Located on Elm Road, its as a good deli should be, packed full interesting foodie curiosities. As soon as I walked through the door the place was buzzing with conversation and the smell of fresh coffee and Panini’s!
Just 45 minutes in the company of EasyJet is all it takes; you’ll find yourself touching down in one Europe’s largest travel hubs! That's quicker than hopping on the c2c to Fenchurch Street.
I’m pretty certain most of us are familiar with the Boatyard? Other than sitting outside the Billet with a pint of local ale and a tub of eels (one of my favourite pastimes), the Boatyard has probably the best location in Old Leigh.
It's clear to me, we are fast becoming a nation of healthy ‘do gooders’.
I love Sara’s Tea Garden, it is quintessentially English. It’s the sort of place American tourists would flock to for a true taste of proper England.