Today I turned 29!
I have had lots of lovely birthday wishes, and had a brilliant day/night with my Family.
To start off with Thea went to nursery today so I had a day to myself, Danny had to work so Alan decided to take me to a lovely place called The Loquacious Baker Coffee Shop & Bakery (by taking I mean me driving and him paying hehehe).
He had met the owner briefly while at work and thought that it would be a lovely birthday treat for me (FYI it was!)
This little Café is located in the Quaint village of Burbage. The outside is very modern/chic and I could tell that a lot of pride goes into this little café.
I loved that it is quite small, I personally love this as I like that its more personal.
We sat in the corner under a big flower wall, I ordered a Sweet potato with chickpea tagine topping (flipping lovely) and Alan ordered a chicken, pesto and cashew nut ciabatta. The food was amazing! I’m not too fussy when it comes to food but this was next level. It was so good.
I also had a mocha latte and tried Chai latte for the first time (big hit) and I manged to leave room for cake. Because if you go somewhere that has bakery in its name, it would be rude not to eat cake right? Right.
I would really recommend this place to anyone that loves homemade cakes and a bit of a fancy lunch, we will certainly be going back!
After picking Thea up from nursery we went to Pesto at the White Horse in Desford. I have been here before with Danny, but for my birthday my parents and brother joined us. I honestly don’t know how I ate because I was still full from earlier.
They do Italian Tapas and it is delicious, I treated myself to 2 mocktails too. The food was amazing and everyone really enjoyed it.
So in all it was a fun and food filled day! Thanks for the birthday wishes, Heres to being 29!
Find The Loquacious Baker here:
Instagram – the_loquacious_baker
Facebook – The Loquacious Baker • Coffee Shop & Bakery
Website – https://theloquaciousbaker.com
Website – http://pestorestaurants.co.uk
*Not sponsored. All Opinions are honest and my own. All paid for with my own money (well actually that’s a lie, my brother and parents treated me hehehe)