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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

London Bites #2

Here comes another post on London.
As usual London is always filled with new discoveries.

  • When the weather is good their weekend markets are wonderful.Brick Lane market is vibrant on Sundays, although the restaurants and stores are open everyday; on Sundays, the Old Truman brewery gets filled with unique varieties from upcoming designers. The different food stalls all along the lane, the live music and the crowd offers a vision of the perfect cosmopolitan hub London is.

Cereal Lovers, this place is for you. Cereal Killer café in Brick lane. Let's go back to the 80´s. Check out the Teletubbies beds. 

  • We also discovered many cute little cafés for breakfast or tea.

·      Chocolate lovers, don’t miss Said  dal 1923 , this long established Rome Chocolate store has now open in the heart of Soho.

Known for their chocolates, nobody can beat Italians in their pasta. Yummy regular tomato penne. 

·      In south Kensington nothing pretentious, but good and cozy, Muriel's Kitchen

·      And for some fancy tea time or brunch, we loved the Ivy Chelsea garden.

  • We had loved Jinjuu in Honk Kong and we weren’t disappointed with celebrity chef Judy Joo Corean restaurant in London either. Tradition corean with a contemporary touch. In Soho and opening soon in Mayfair.

  • Highest ranked Chinese restaurant with a Michelin Star in Mayfair; KAI was perfect for a special meal. Looking like a traditional Chinese restaurant the dishes and the service went a step further.   Their cooking is tagged as liberated Chinese cooking: Respectful of tradition and craft, liberated in their approach.

  •  The Exhibitionist hotel. Situated in south Kensignton, a very unique hotel with an intense fusion with style and art. Louis Nicolas Darbon art is almost everywhere; each floor, each room is a story itself.

You can read the previous London Bites here with some classics, and some other posts on London here and here


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