In the last two to three years I have become a big coffee fan and if you follow me on Instagram, you know I can’t resist taking a photo if it’s really good! From Americano to Cappucino and most recently flat white, it’s all about the quality and taste.
Yet, there may actually be health benefits to coffee. I spoke with Rudy from Gimoka Coffee UK for his insight into the nutritional benefits it could bring if you enjoy it daily. View Full Post
Sanderson Hotel. 50 Berners St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3NG. Mad Hatters Afternoon tea for four. £48 pp.
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Julien Plumart Cafe et Patisserie. 48 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XB. Afternoon tea for four.
To celebrate my Mum’s birthday we spent a surprisingly sunny day in Brighton and enjoyed afternoon tea at Julien Plumart on East Street. A bit different to traditional afternoon teas I’ve tried at places like The Grand Brighton Hotel and South Lodge Hotel, this French patisserie was really something special. View Full Post
Duck & Waffle. 110 Bishopsgate (Heron Tower), London EC2N 4AY. Breakfast for two.
For our 7th anniversary, I booked us a table for two at the now legendary Duck & Waffle, a luxurious restaurant located on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower in central London. Most people who end up here at the break of dawn have little choice due the waiting list for dinner, but I wanted to make the most of a weekend in London and an early start here seemed perfect. View Full Post
Cereal Killer Cafe. 139 Brick Ln, London E1 6SB. Saturday afternoon cereal for two.
One of the best things about going on holiday is breakfast at the hotel where you can mix cereals. It’s just not the sort of luxury you have at home very often and opens up a lot of tasty possibilities. For this reason, after the media hype had settled down, I visited the Cereal Killer Cafe and enjoyed mixed cereals in this unique environment. View Full Post