Waking up at No. 38 The Park

After a day exploring Cheltenham in the sun we were craving a cold drink, some great food and a blissful sleep on that unbelievably comfortable bed (check out my earlier post here). We decided to make life easy and to go to the restaurant at No. 38’s sister hotel – No. 131. Now my fear […]

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An Aussie brunch spot in Wandsworth

If you’re like me, the only way to get through a cold and soggy January is to jam-pack your diary with brunch, lunch and dinner dates and to comfort eat your way through the seemingly-endless month. If you get to the end of it and you’ve enjoyed life-changingly good pancakes, brioche buns to die for and croquettes you’d […]

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Aux Merveilleux de Fred

If you think Ladurée’s macaroons are the best thing to come out of France, you haven’t tried Frédéric Vaucamps’ merveilleux. Stealing the number one spot from the fashionable macaroon, the merveilleux is London’s new French cake obsession. Light and fluffy meringue, hiding a soft centre of whipped cream, rolled in chocolate, nuts or crystallised meringue, […]

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Ricotta hotcakes at Granger & Co.

Granger & Co.‘s dreamy ricotta pancakes, served with bananas and honeycomb butter, have the Notting Hill residents queuing around the block every weekend morning. Desperate to escape the dreary London weather for this Australian oasis, these Londoners queue for hours. So is Bill Granger’s breakfast really that good? Oh yes.

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Brunch in Narnia at Dalloway Terrace

I had heard a lot of great things about this place and seen the most beautiful Instagram snaps. It looked like the perfect way to get into the Christmas mindset and so I booked Mr Kelly and me in to Dalloway Terrace for a fondue extravaganza to celebrate the last day of holiday indulgence. It has to […]

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