Last week, I was invited to a Nordic supper in a furniture shop. Who would say no to such an invitation? Not me, twin loves: interiors and good food. Made.com and Dela Bristol, worth venturing out on a cold night.
Photo credit: Made Bristol supper Emli Bendixen
Myself and a collection of Bristol social media types (Bristol has plenty of these); a handful of bloggers, some instagram-ers, a couple of magazine editors and the author of a cook book were invited along to sample a dinner made by Dela, a very up and coming food destination in East Bristol. Six courses of imaginative food; blackberry cured salmon with apple and fennel salad, with a elderflower, grapefruit and thyme vodka spritz. I can write that and you will just have to imagine how good it was.
Stylish, quality food made a perfect partner for Made.com. Made.com are a favourite on-line retailer, bringing affordable furnishing direct from the maker to customer. I love a browse of lighting, accessories and furniture from the comfort of my sofa. Made.com are site to return to, with daily offers and frequently changing stock. However, it’s good to be able to able to visit a showroom, hence the Made.com pop-up tour. Which has visited several cities; Leeds, Edinburgh, Brighton. Currently, they have a pop up shop in Quakers Friars, city centre Bristol (until the 5th of February actually, so hurry).
It was one of those evenings, when I had no idea what to expect and enjoyed every moment. Food and interiors what’s not to love?
That’s me in the spotty top, the menu and then the main course, a combination of winter flavours, beautifully presented.
Made.com invited me along to the evening and asked nothing in return. I loved it so much I wrote about it. All words and opinions are my own.