Swadish 5 Course Heat and Eat meal for 2 (Glasgow, Merchant City) : Review

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Swadish is back woohoo!!!

I have been keeping an eye on when Swadish were going to do a takeaway, and they are now doing a great one.⠀

They gifted me a 5-course Heat and Eat for 2 meal, and I couldn’t wait to dig in and start eating.⠀

With the takeaway you get instructions on how to heat each item, and for how long so that they taste great.

Nibbles

POPPADOMS

These poppadoms were lovely and crispy, and had a great flavour.

They worked extremely well with the dips and spiced onions.⠀

Crispy Battered Kale

Wow now this was my first time trying Kale, and I think I am in love.

This was so nice and super moreish.⠀

I cant wait to get this again.

Spiced Onions

You can’t go wrong with spiced onions, these were mega YUM!!!!!⠀

Starters

Tomato Shorba (Soup)

I am not a soup fan, but wow this was very tasty, really nice flavours….and if you normally don’t like tomato soup you would love this.⠀

Chicken Chat (Wings)

The chicken meat was very tender, and had a nice flavour….finger licking good as they say.

Onion & Potato Bhaji 

I am becoming a big fan of Onion Bahji and mmmm these were so so so so good!!!!!!!!

Main Course

As you have seen from above the starters were supper mouth wattering

I couldn’t wait to dig in to the mains, as they all looked and smelled amazing.

Chicken Tikka Masala

The chicken was very tender, and melted in my mouth.

The sauce was nice and creamy and had an amazing flavour.

Lamb Karahi

I am not a massive Lamb fan, its something I have to be in the mood for but I opted for this dish to see what it was like.

I am now converted, the lamb was tender, and again another amazing flavour.

Delhis Chaana Masala

This had a nice little kick to it, but the sauce was very creamy, and overall again another really nice tasty dish.

Pilau Rice

The rice was nice fluffy and is the perfect accompaniment for an Indian main.

Plain Naan

Fluffy and very nice, naans are ideal served as a side dish to your favourite curry.

Desert :

Yup and theres more…

Gulab Jamun

This is a big fav of mine, as its something I ALWAYS order and mmmm so good.

I could have easily had many many more of these 🙂

Overall :

Note : Just because this was gifted, that has not influenced my thoughts in any way. The above is a 100% honest review of the Heat and Eat from Swadish.

Firstly a big thanks to Swadish for making my Saturday evening special.

The food tonight was amazing, and that is really the only way to describe the food.

Everything was cooked to perfection, had amazing flavours and mega moreish.

I have been to Swadish a few times, and plan on visiting again when I can. I can honestly say the food, service etc was perfect.

If you want to taste how good Swadish food is then follow them on Instagram, Facebook etc and send them a message. The Heat and Eat platters are going fast, so you need to get your order in or you will need to wait till next weeks.

Review Scores –

  • Menu : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5

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QUARTERPAST Coffee Syrups : Review

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The guys over at Quarterpast sent me some of their coffee syrups to try.

The pack they sent me was the Q Coffee Syrups Mixed 250mL (4 Pack)

  • Caramel
  • Salted Caramel
  • Hazelnut
  • Vanilla

About Quarterpast Syrups

Delicious flavours crafted to give your homemade coffees a boost and turn them into café quality drinks you can enjoy everywhere! Make yourself a delicious flavoured coffee:

To Make: Fill 10% of a cup with your favourite QUARTERPAST Coffee Syrup flavour, top the remaining 90% of the cup with piping hot coffee, stir & enjoy!

Quarterpast Caramel Syrup for Coffee

Who doesn’t love caramel? On its own, it’s wickedly tempting. In coffee, it’s irresistible. That deep, rich sweetness really perks things up. Next time you fancy a little something in your coffee, reach for caramel.

I started with this one, and followed the instructions to make my coffee.

Wow this was good!!! I had my coffee taste mixed with caramel and it was nice and sweet, which was perfect as I have a sweet tooth. I actually finished my coffee faster than normal, due to enjoying the taste.

QUARTERPAST Hazelnut Syrup for Coffee

Next time, add hazelnut to your caffeine kick. A favourite in Europe, hazelnut nuzzles up to the flavour notes of coffee perfectly. Sweet, rich and nutty – it’s like liquid biscotti. You’ll love it!

To be honest with you, this is the only one I didnt try as I cant do nuts. So I got my fiancee to review this one for me.

She said that it made her coffee taste like she had real roasted hazelnuts in her coffee, and the flavour was very moreish.

QUARTERPAST Salted Caramel Syrup for Coffee

Enjoy the rich and buttery flavours of caramel perfectly balanced with a pinch of sea salt. Treat yourself every morning with a delicious cup of salty caramel latte!

WOW!!!! now this one is my favourite!!!! my coffee tasted amazing, and I actually had 3 the morning I tried this.

Just like the caramel I finished my coffee’s faster than normal as I was really enjoying the enhanced flavour.

A solid 10/10 for me.

QUARTERPAST butterscotch Syrup for Coffee

Butterscotch Syrup for Coffee is an ideal sweetener for that ideal coffee, just swirl some of this syrup into your drink and let the flavours take you to a sweeter place.

This added a nice subtle flavour to my coffee, and as the description says a nice sweetener. This one was probably my second favourite as it just added a little extra flavour, but keeping the main coffee flavour.

Overall :

Note : Just because this was gifted, that has not influenced my thoughts in any way. The above is a 100% honest review of the syrups.

Firstly a big thank you to the guys at Quarterpast UK for sending me the coffee syrups.

All these syrups were really good, and did enhance my coffee experience.

My top two were 100% the Salted Caramel, this was the first one finished. My second would have to be the butterscotch, as it just enhanced the coffee but left a nice balanced coffee flavour.

I have no issues recommending these syrups, they are packaged well, taste good and I enjoyed drinking them.

Shop Now : https://quarterpast.com/

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UNLTD Alcohol Free Premium Craft Beer : Review

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A good while ago on Instagram, I was scrolling on Instagram and I started seeing this dark image with shiny silver text. This post grabbed my attention, and I clicked through.

I was taken to UNLTD’s instagram page, well bravo guys the marketing worked as you caught my attention.

I love trying all types of beers, and more recently started to try alcohol free beer and found this is a very hit or miss area….plus it has the added health benefits over normal beer.

How was this beer?…..keep reading.

The Branding

How nice does this look, black bottle, black label and shiny silver text that just instantly jumps out and catches your eye.

The beer, The Taste

Style : Lager
Notes : Malty, hints of honey
ABV% : 0.5%⠀
IBU: 0⠀

Now its was time to taste.

So as I said at the start of this review, I have recently tried a lot of non alcoholic beers. For me this is either a hit or miss well mega miss.

I have had a few that just taste so so, and had a few that just tasted like water with very little flavour.

UNLTD is the game changer! its a light lager but with a good taste! I felt like I was actually drinking a beer and not flavoured water, and I enjoyed every mouthful.

I tried this beer with some crisps, and other nibbles and it worked really well.

Overall :

Note : Just because this was gifted, that has not influenced my thoughts in any way. The above is a 100% honest review of the beer.

Firstly a big thanks to the guys at The Alcohol Free Brewing Co. for sending me some bottles of UNLTD.

UNLTD is a new beer, and one that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend either if your looking to try something different or if your into your alcoholic free beers.

I am going to be ordering more, so keep watching for more pics on my instagram.

Cheers

Buy Now : www.unltd.beer

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