Worlds Biggest Carrot Cake|Muriel’s Kitchen


Muriel’s Kitchen might not be new to everyone but a new branch just opened in Richmond and I couldn’t wait to try out what it had on offer so along with expert foodie A we popped along to try it out.


Sweater – Topshop|Bralet – Stradivarius|Boots – New Look (similar)|Jeans – ASOS|Necklaces – New Look (similar).

Before I show you any drool worthy food photos here was my comfy casual outfit for a night of stuffing my face – over sized sweaters are a must! Also can we all be impressed that i’m only wearing one item of black!


I kick started the meal with a Vitamin Hug which is a juice full to burst with ginger, carrot, celery,apple and orange, it gets the tastebuds going and makes you feel healthier than ever.


Yes that is a starter for two, and yes that is a huge hunk of cheese. Meet The English Sharing Platter; a feast of cheese, pate, scotch egg paired with a seasonal quiche and caramelised onion relish. So good, so filling I would advise bringing a large appetite.


Luckily I had opted for the Seasonal Salad Plate; a selection of four salads from the menu which you can happily mix and match. Very fresh and full of vegan and gluten free option.


Because I obviously have a separate dessert stomach I ordered the famous Carrot Cake with Honeycomb Ice Cream and I can quite honestly say it is one of the best carrot cakes I have ever had and the biggest. Even if you don’t pop in for a full meal I would highly recommend going for carrot cake and a cup of tea.

Muriel’s Kitchen is gorgeous, the decor is quaint but stylish, the staff are friendly and great at recommending you a dish if you are stuck for ideas. All I would say is make sure you bring a healthy appetite but if you can’t finish it all you can take it away at the end of the night for the next day.

Peace Out and Pixie Dust.

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