Nick Livermore takes a soggy spin out to The Ethicurean, one of the finest coffee stops in North Somerset.
Katherine Brand heads up the Wye Valley from Chepstow to tuck into both savoury and sweet treats at the somewhat eccentric Henry’s Cafe, Monmouth.
Nick Livermore takes to the streets of Cirencester, uncovering Jack’s and some of the largest cake in the known world, on one of the market town’s oldest streets.
Nick Livermore heads to Bristol’s community bike cafe for some well-brewed coffee and cake that just hits the spot, in a review of Roll for the Soul.
Nick Livermore heads out of Aberystwyth and down the Elan Valley, stopping at one of the area’s best traditional Welsh tea rooms.
Nick Livermore heads up the Golden Valley to Hay-on-Wye where The Granary Café and all its delights awaits, before struggling over Gospel Pass and back to Chepstow.
Stephen Brand takes to the mountains north of Madrid, Spain, to sample the best in cake and hot chocolate Miraflores de la Sierra has to offer.
Nick Livermore heads just outside of Bristol to the Dinky Deli in Easter Compton, for tasty coffee and a much needed bacon bap.
Stephen Brand takes a spin north of Aylesbury, taking in Hogshaw Herbs, which is fast becoming a staple coffee stop for cyclists in the area.
Nick Livermore heads north of Bristol once again and discovers yet another hidden gem; The Farmers Table, Tortworth, based on the edge of the Cotswolds.