|Image taken from Goodliffes Facebook page.|
My panini was jam packed full of pulled ham and cheese but if I'm honest the chorizo chilli jam was lost. You couldn't really taste it and could argue that with the smoked cheese and ham, it wasn't needed.
We also had some fab mocktails - both so yummy and we slurped them down quick fast! Being the disorganised blogger that I am, I totally forgot to write down what these drinks were and as the menu isn't on the website I can't tell you (other than to say they were delicious). The one on the left had passionfruit in it and the one on the right was a fruity little number oooerr!
Goodliffe's is in a lovely old building on Churchgate, a nice pedestrianised street in the older part of town. With high ceilings and big windows, it's a cute spot for a date and as I mentioned, I am excited to head back there and see what it's like now at night.
I remember it used to be a charity shop when I was an angst ridden teen - my friend worked there and we used to rifle through the bags looking for vintage shirts and random bits and bobs to make ourselves look cool. In hindsight, its probably for the best that its now a bistro because looking back at those photos, we did not look as cool as we thought!
*We paid for our lunch and Goodliffes did not know that I was planning to review. All opinions are my own*