Portly Cooks | Fish Tacos

Sharing food and getting is what this dish is all about… and it’s dead easy too! 300g Cod Fillet Half Red Cabbage Jalapenos Tomatoes Soft Tortilla Wraps 2 tsp All-Purpose Seasoning This could not be simpler. Heat your oven to 180c. Season the fish with the all-purpose seasoning and bake in the oven for about…

Portly Drinks | New England IPA | Adnams

This has to be one of my favourite beers I have discovered and been shown recently. The New England IPA from Adnams is a cloudy and very citrusy beer made using the Citra Hop and a couple of others. It comes in at 6% and is VERY quaffable. It has lots of fruity flavours and…

Portly Drinks | Rapture Red Hop Ale | Magic Rock Brewery

This week’s drink comes from Magic Rock Brewery up in Huddersfield.  It’s a deeply hoppy red ale which uses a combination of 5 malts and 6 different types of hops to create a flavourful and full bodied ale coming in at a reasonable 4.6%. Magic Rock was founded by two brothers and their brewer mate,…

Portly Eats | Brunch at The Senate | Cambridge, UK

On a chilly and wet morning we made our way across market square in Cambridge to The Senate. A restaurant I have walked by thousands of times, tucked away next to St Mary’s in the city centre. The Senate is a small place with warm and welcoming staff that seated us and gave us our…

Portly Eats | Steak & Honour | Food Park, Cambridge, UK

I recently had the pleasure of finally getting my hands on a Steak & Honour Burger at Food Park Cambridge.  I love street food and Steak & Honour are up there with the best. On a rainy Friday at Food Park at the station, I made my way to their awesome red Citroen H Van…

Portly Drinks | Workshop Coffee | London, UK

Nestled behind H&M on London’s Oxford Street is Workshop Coffee, once we’d found it using Google maps (we’d walked from Hyde Park) our search was well justified. Workshop coffee is a simple coffee shop that reminded me of ones I had visited in Oregon.  I ordered a regular Americano and oh my god it’s the…