REVIEW: Cambium restaurant Careys Manor

zelda October 27, 2016 0 comments

carey1Its strange to think how photography can make sure an impact on someone’s experience within a restaurant, it’s the first thing you see when you investigate into what sort of food the restaurant serves. Well, I was fortunate enough that Careys Manor wanted to use me and my photography to promote their New Forest inspired menu within their Cambium restaurant.

I have nothing but good things to say about the staff, or even the food more importantly. Their food is something out of this world that is so delicate yet bursting with rustic flavours that it teases your taste buds, leaving them eager for the next course. I haven’t really had much experience with food photography in the past year of my career but I was like a child in a candy store playing around with a new aspect of my cameras range. The only problem I had, nothing to do with the food itself, but that I suffered with food envy! My partner was also able to come along with me for dinner, and as much as I enjoyed my own I couldn’t help myself wanting some of hers. carey4I do urge if you would like a wonderful, relaxing and effortlessly flowing evening to book a table at the Cambium restaurant. You wouldn’t be disappointed as I was over the moon. You’ll will be greeted by wonderful staff along with endless hospitality and glorious food.Its strange to think how photography can make sure an impact on someone’s experience within a restaurant, it’s the first thing you see when you investigate into what sort of food the restaurant serves. Well, I was fortunate enough that Careys Manor wanted to use me and my photography to promote their New Forest inspired menu within their Cambium restaurant.

carey3I have nothing but good things to say about the staff, or even the food more importantly. Their food is something out of this world that is so delicate yet bursting with rustic flavours that it teases your taste buds, leaving them eager for the next course. I haven’t really had much experience with food photography in the past year of my career but I was like a child in a candy store playing around with a new aspect of my cameras range. The only problem I had, nothing to do with the food itself, but that I suffered with food envy! My partner was also able to come along with me for dinner, and as much as I enjoyed my own I couldn’t help myself wanting some of hers. I do urge if you would like a wonderful, relaxing and effortlessly flowing evening to book a table at the Cambium restaurant. You wouldn’t be disappointed as I was over the moon. You’ll will be greeted by wonderful staff along with endless hospitality and glorious food.

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