“The honour would be entirely mine if you would attend my little party.” I love the vintage nights London offers. I love the return of vintage, and I’ve been a big fan of the ’20’s particularly since DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan charmed as Gatsby and Daisy in Baz Luhrman’s exquisitely dreamy production. The … More London and The Great Gatsby
Sanjay and I have decided to give up our day jobs and become pancake tasters! What a job that would be! 😀 “Where the Pancakes are” has been on my radar since a food photographer I follow on Instagram put up some amazing photos from a brunch there, and we decided we had to go. It’s … More Where the Pancakes Are: Flat Iron Square
I have visited the beautiful, warm, cosy, yet elegant Town House Kensington previously, for their long-running Beauty and the Beast afternoon tea. So I knew that their tea standards are high, and that this one would also be something to look forward to. We were not disappointed! My friend Georgia is leaving London, so we … More London Landmarks Tea at Town House Kensington
If you’re looking for the extra special brunch date suggestions to get you through the London grey days, then read on! Dalloway Terrace Why visit: it’s sheer dreaminess and top quality food and service. I’ve been looking and wanting to include the extra special in this post and I definitely found it with Dalloway Terrace. … More 3 of the best: London brunch dates
There is no place in the world like London at Christmas! Ok, so maybe I’m a little bit biased. And it’s not like I’ve spent significant time in other countries to say that either- haha. I see photos of American cities and am equally “ooooh” about the visual feasts and activities going on there. It’s … More A London Christmas- what to do during December in the UK capital
I’m sat on my bed, eating a bowl of porridge and jam and listening to Perry Como’s “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”. This makes me happy! My new arrival, Matt Haig’s “Notes on a Nervous Planet” has been started and is sitting beside me. I’m finishing this week in a place of … More Where is your self love today? How to feel perfectly imperfect and sit with it
“We Built This City” first opened on Carnaby Street 2014 as a pop up store, and since then has understandably become a permanent and important fixture on the street. Just a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus tube and also easy walking distance to Piccadilly Circus, the store is in a super central and handy location … More Where to buy the best “London” Christmas gifts!