This infectious culture of New York-style brunching seems to have made its way to London-town with new hot spots popping up in every nook and corner!
As the days get longer, London opens its doors to countless pop-up rooftop bars and al-fresco dining, all basking in the (fingers crossed!) sunshine. One of these happens to be Street Feast, taking place in the east end of London.
It’s obvious by now that some of my favourite things in London include: brunch and Notting Hill! So I’m back in my favourite part of this city with yet another Saturday (or Sunday) morning spot for you.
I’ll admit it, it may not be everyone’s cup of tea but I do like going all out on Valentine’s Day. Flowers, chocolate, a cheesy hand-written card, the works! And every year, I try to do something a little different from the last.
Nestled deep in one corner of Portobello Road, you will find the quaint and cozy brunch spot, Goode & Wright.
When grey and gloomy winters descend upon London, I’m always on the lookout for an out of the ordinary escape! Luckily, this came in the form of a super glamorous champagne afternoon tea at Hotel Cafe Royal.
After an entire month of festive eating, drinking and basically ignoring all acceptable norms of food consumption (Why, yes! I will have a chocolate bar for breakfast!), January is when we all need a bit of a detox.
Winter pop-ups have been all the rage in London-town this season! And perched on the rooftop of Selfridges, the most fashionable of them all is Le Chalet.
A month in South America made me realise just how much I missed a good old Sunday brunch, which is the first thing I planned as soon as I returned, with my brunch-ing partner in crime in tow.
Take a stroll down Hyde Park Corner, along the cool, dimly lit streets of Mayfair and you’ll find yourself by the marble steps of the uber stylish, Coya.