Taking the lift up to the 40th floor of the Heron Tower certainly lifts my belly. However, with such a breathtaking view of London, it rather feels that my tummy is excited instead of being terrified. The most popular dish here is of course the duck and waffle, which is a confit duck leg sandwiched … Continue reading London: Duck & Waffle
French finesse meets British style in The Drawing Rooms at The Ampersand Hotel serving light bites and Afternoon Tea in Kensington.
Looking for the most 'instagramable' bakery in London? It is Peggy Porshen! The pretty pink parlour is located in Victoria and the selection of treats are as delicious as it looks! My favourites are the red velvet and cookies 'n' cream cupcakes! Address: 116 Ebury St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9QQ
Fresh seasonal food, local olive oil tasting, all served with passion and hospitality.
Located on the 35th floor of The Shard, Ting offers a traditional English option and an Asian-inspired afternoon tea. Personally I feel that the asian version of afternoon tea is lighter, healthier and all-together tastier. The Mango rice paper roll (my favourite from the savouries) is light and refreshing, then there is the Taro Spring … Continue reading London: Asian-Inspired Afternoon Tea @Ting
The Buddha Bar Monte Carlo boasts a fascinating decor that instantly transports one to a mythical place with an exotic charm. Dinner at the Buddha-Bar is a journey for the senses. The head Chef Eric Guillemaud fuses Asian flavor and French excellence in an innovative way making each forkful a surprise to the taste buds. All of the … Continue reading Monaco: Buddha Bar