SOHO (Craiova, Romania) : Review

Strada Alexandru Ioan Cuza
Craiova, Romania

V: 1st May 2018      T:  +40 741 537 918  W: www.facebook.com/SohoBarCraiova/

Child-Friendly: Yes (well-behaved kids)      Accepts: Cash & Card


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This was a random stop today, as I didnt really know about this place.

The Food…

We were meeting some friends for a catch-up, so it was a beer and pizza meeting (yes I’ve been having a lot of pizza this holiday).

Main Course

Quattro Formagi 24 Lei

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So far this holiday the pizza experience has been very mixed, so far one really good place and the others not so good so how was it here…..

So I took my first bite and hoped it was going to be good…

Finally another good pizza, I could taste the different cheese which is the way it should be.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 4.5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 5

Overall

Finally another good pizza place in Craiova, this would come second after Pizzeria Trevi for me.

I look forward to trying more items on my next visit.

Review Scores –

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5

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Bulevard (2nd Visit) (Craiova, Romania) : Review

Strada Lipscani 1-3
Craiova 200731, Romania

V: 26th April 2018      T:  +40 351 416 062  W: none

Child-Friendly: Yes (well-behaved kids)      Accepts: Cash & Card


So after my first visit not being great, I decided to give them a second chance and try a pizza here….surely they can’t go wrong with pizza?

The Food…

Main

Tuna (Tonno) Pizza 25 Lei

On arrival it looked good, but that’s sadly where the good part stopped.

There was no flavour, and the base wasn’t good.

I guess this place is not a place that is good with food, but more a place for drinks.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 1.5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 2

Overall

Another disappointing visit, I won’t be back.

If you want smoothies and drinks, definitely check here out but the food…maybe bypass this place and go elsewhere.

Sorry guys
Review Scores –

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 4
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 4
  • Food : 2
  • Value for Money: 2
  • Overall : 2.5

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Glasgow Wine School Posh vs Plonk Event

Zizzi
31 Royal Exchange Square
Glasgow G1 3AJ

V: 28th August 2018      T:  01786 396 044  W: www.glasgowwineschool.com

I was lucky enough to be invited along to tonight’s Glasgow School of Wine’s wine tasting event, the event was located in Zizzi at Royal Exchange Square and tonight’s tasting was hosted in the private area upstairs.

A good few years ago I saw someone in Glasgow doing something like this, and wanted to try it but never got around to it so I had to now.

The event was titled “Posh vs Plonk: The Battle of the Bottle” and everyone tonight was going to learn how to smell and taste the difference between a cheap wine and a more expensive one.

I know nothing about wine apart from the colours it comes in, and that’s really it so tonight was going to be very interesting.

In front of me, I noticed a printed sheet and a pen, so I knew I was going to get a little task to do tonight.

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Also sitting in front of me were several glasses of wine, 4 had white and 4 red….now the sheet in front of me made sense.

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The event started…

The event was hosted by Justin Hoy and he introduced the evenings plan to everyone and information about the Glasgow School of Wine.

After the introduction and a little about the cost of wines, and the reasons they are priced at a specific cost it was time to taste.

The Wines…

The first two wines were: Gufetto Pinot Grigio, IGT Italy 2017 vs Stell Alpina Pinot Grigio Alto Adige, Italy 2017

This was very interesting as I wasn’t really sure if I could tell the difference, I won’t tell you what one was the cheaper one and what was more expensive as you can go on this course to learn and guess yourself.

We then continued comparing the white and then moved on to the red wine.

The red wine for me was the hardest to judge, but it was fun to try and pick out all the different tastes.

For the whites, I got them correct, and for the red…well I got 1 out of 2 so not that bad…but it does mean I liked the cheaper wine over the more expensive 🙂

Overall

If you want to learn about wines or learn more about wines then this course and the courses Glasgow Wine School offer is perfect for you.

The Glasgow School of Wine have 23 schools around the UK and offer tastings and courses and tonight I experienced one of those.  The Glasgow School of wine is a local wine company specialising in wine tastings, courses and corporate events.

The events are very relaxed and very enjoyable to all with little knowledge or with some knowledge.

I went in knowing nothing apart from colours and left knowing a little which was good and I really had a fun and educational time….plus tasting different wines was fun.

Check these guys out www.glasgowwineschool.com as I will definitely be doing another course or two.

Thanks again to everyone at the School for my invite.

Cheers

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