The other day I discovered this little gem in the heart of London. Crave Streetfood Market is held here every Continue reading
If you fancy a bit of French/continental-style patisserie in London, there area few places I would recommend. The first one is Patisserie Valerie. Established in 1926 you can tell this place has retained its old-fashion style, and used it to its advantage. The cakes and pastries here are delicious but a little bit sweeter in taste than your average French patisserie so do bear this in mind.
This is one of my favourites – a traditional entrée or amuse-gueule from Continue reading
After I left stables the other day, I walked up Kensington Gardens and
Delicious: Strawberries with Continue reading
For Mothers Day this year, I was treated to Continue reading
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Although this soup is a typical winter dish, I still Continue reading
Bianco43 is one of those places to go to when you Continue reading
There’s a charming little café a few minutes away from where I live, called The Cornerstone café. Located in London’s historical Royal Arsenal (SE18) it offers a really unique and pleasant setting right in between the residential part of the Arsenal and Woolwich Town Center. Everything here is made from scratch.