Barfia (Pollokshields, Glasgow) 2021 : Review

Unit 3
60 Forth Street
Glasgow, G41 2SS

As you know I have a sweet tooth for all sweets, including Indian sweets and Barfi is one of them more so from Barfia as they do flavoured one that taste soo good.

With lockdown and things happening in my life I was unable to get my Barfi fix, and now I have popped in and treated myself to a mixed selection box.

The Box £20

I loved my last visits to Barfia and loved the Barfi, so I was looking forward to this amazing mix.

I tried making Barfi which you can see in my recipes page, but it wasn’t as fluffy as the real thing closer to a toffee texture, so having the real deal was going to be great.

I opted for the box as I was getting one box as a gift for a friend, and it looked really nice I also opted for the box for myself as I love nice presentation.

I wont describe every flavour but here were the ones that stood out for me….even though I finished the whole box 🙂

  • Coconut
  • Millionaires
  • Mint
  • Rainbow Unicorn (this was amazing!!!!)
  • Candyfloss

The above are my new favourites and I can’t wait to get them again, especially the Rainbow Unicorn which was very very very nice!!

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.


Overall I really liked trying the different flavours, and there are still many more to try.

All I can say is Yum! Yum! Yum! I think that sums up my thoughts on the Barfi.

If you have never tried Barfi then take a visit to this place and order a box to sample how it tastes.

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Exploring Scotland : North Berwick 2021 VLOG

I want to explore more of Scotland, and have done now for a while.

Recently North Berwick caught my eye, and I thought lets take a drive and check out the sights. North Berwick is only about 1hr 30mins drive from Glasgow, or slightly longer if the Edinburgh route is very busy so plan ahead if you want to visit. I had a few places in mind to visit while here, but I just went with the flow and enjoyed the day.

Check out : Alandas Gelateria if you visit as you saw from the vlog it was great ice cream and also check out my blog review.

See you next time and let me know if you visit.

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Homemade Sweet Popcorn : Recipe

If you have tried my buttery popcorn recipe, then you will love this as they are a perfect texture and not too sweet but super morish.

You may find at the bottom of your pot some are burnt due to the sugar, don’t worry the more you keep the pot moving the less this will happen.


  • popcorn kernels (handful)
  • 3 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 3 tbsp white sugar


  1. Don’t start your hob yet, keeping the pan cool will give you the best result for popcorn.
  2. Pour in your oil and add your sugar
  3. Now mix the sugar into the oil so it dissolves and created a liquid
  4. Now put your kernels in your pan
  5. Give your pot a good shake making sure every kernel is coated in the sugary oil.
  6. Turn your hob on to a high temperature
  7. Now place the pan on the hob for a few mins, then lift and give a good shake to keep the kernels coated. Keep repeating this step till the first one pops.
  8. Once the first one has popped repeat placing it on the hob and lifting and shaking till the very last pop.
  9. Pour in to a bowl and enjoy.
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