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Safari Supper for Sunderland Restaurant Week [ad]

I was invited to the #EatDrinkSunderland Safari Supper to get a taste of what is on offer for Sunderland Restaurant Week in return for me to share my experience on my blog and social media. All views in this post are my own.
It's already half way through March and I've just been so terrible at keeping my blog up to date! I decided to extend my hiatus after getting caught up in a car accident last month (thankfully aside from some whiplash I'm fine!) as I needed to make sure I didn't stress myself out any further. I feel like I'm back on track now though and I'm really excited to be posting again as I've got loads on this year! This post will actually be quite a long one, and my photos have actually ended up being terrible so please bear with me! Hopefully you get the gist of it, but I'm a bit rusty and I was a bag of nerves most of the night!
I was so lucky to be given the chance to attend the #EatDrinkSunderland Safari Supper to get a taste of just som…

Afternoon Tea Adventures | Beamish Hall

The second installment of my Afternoon Tea Adventures is a bit of a cheat as I actually visited back in February, but I couldn't not include this! So technically, this was the starting point of my Afternoon Tea Adventures in 2018! 

This was my first visit to Beamish Hall for afternoon tea, so I was very excited to give it a try.

What I liked the most about this afternoon tea was the completely different flavours of cakes and scones! One of the scones was Lemon, and at first I really wasn't sure how I felt about this but as soon as I tasted it I was hooked, it was such an amazing flavour. The little fruit tarts were delicious too, and absolutely adorable. They informed us that the cakes change quite often, so I'm definitely putting this on the list to go back to try some new flavours.

I'm usually one for sweet things over savoury, but there's something about afternoon tea that makes me just adore the sandwiches. The staff at Beamish Hall were fantastic, as soon as we were sat down they asked about dietary requirements, which to me is such an important thing (even though I actually have no dietary requirements). They brought out a separate plate for my Grandma who required different sandwiches which was fab.

I always think I'll manage to eat everything, but alas, I was defeated. Luckily, we were allowed to bring some stuff home, so we were able to share these with the rest of the family, and could eat what we couldn't manage in the comfort of our baggiest sweats.

On top of the amazing food, the venue was lovely too. The room was nice and spacious, so you weren't sat on top of each other. We were also sat right next to the window, so we had a lovely view. Unfortunately it was raining, but that can't be helped!

Last but not least, the staff! I honestly think the staff makes it or breaks it, and I must say, the staff here definitely made it! They were so helpful, nice and cheery too so it didn't feel like you were annoying them when asking for more tea!

If you're a fan of afternoon tea in a lovely setting with some different flavours, this is the one for you! If you've been before, let me know what you thought!

Abbey xx


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