Summer Food Fest | West Quay, Southampton

Many of you know my love for West Quay. It's a shopping centre about 45 minute drive from Bournemouth, but it's got a bit more on offer. I particularly love the Victoria Secret Store, and I often pop just outside for the big Primark too. 

On Tuesday, I was kindly invited for dinner as part of West Quay's Summer Food Fest, along with four other fellow bloggers. I was lucky enough to do this last year too, to celebrate all that's good to eat, with tons of discounts and offers valid throughout the school summer holidays until the beginning of September. To give us a good taster of what's on offer, we had starter in Nandos, mains in Handmade Burger Co and dessert at Snog. The top floor of West Quay is filled with great restaurants, including some of my favourites, Wagamams and YO Sushi too.

I've never had starter at Nandos, so it was good opportunity to try this part of the menu. First up we had their Wing Roulette, 10 chicken wings of all the flavours they have in the restaurant, but without the flags, so you don't know if it's really mild or really hot! We also had garlic bread, halloumi, houmous, olives and nuts. Delicious.

We had our mains at Handmade Burger Co and this time, I knew not to over order, because it's super filling! I went for the Hawaiian burger, with chicken, bacon and pineapple. We ordered sweet potato and normal fries to share too, which are really nice. I also had a naughty treat of an Oreo milkshake, so so good. Plus, how pretty are these lights and the view of the city? Love it.

Finally, as if we weren't full enough, we stopped at Snog. I had no idea it had opened in West Quay! As it's brand new for this year. I opted for Chocolate frozen yoghurt, with white chocolate shavings and strawberries. I love how you can truly customise exactly what you like and would definitely recommend stopping by Snog! (It's near Millie's Cookies & New Look downstairs).

If you download the West Quay Plus App, it has tons of offers, news, competitions and events. You can also pick individual stores and restaurants, and see what time they're open until. V handy. At the moment, you can take your time and relax, as you can shop until 8pm and dine until 9pm on weeknights. I like being about to eat later with an extra hour for food. Plus, if you park after 5pm, it's only £1. Woo!

Massive thanks to West Quay for treating myself, Alice, Rosie, Sam and Ellisha to dinner. I'll be back very soon!

*This post is not sponsored. I was kindly invited to experience this and was not asked to write a review. I just love WQ.