remember in this post when i mentioned i’d review Thai & Pie?
well, i’ve finally got around to it!Continue reading “Thai & Pie”
this week, Nahima and i went for brunch again after ages. it felt a little weird to be out of the house, for something other than going to uni, work or the hospital.
but man, i really needed this.Continue reading “Café Miami”
i hope you’re all having, or had, a great day! the majority of mine was spent with Nahima — we met up for breakfast at Liverpool Street, and made our way to the Gherkin.
kind of felt a little like stepping into all of my childhood dreams of what being an adult means.Continue reading “Iris Bar by Searcy’s at the Gherkin”
one of my new-year’s-slash-new-decade’s resolutions is to eat healthier and be mindful of what i put into my body. this involves cutting back on sugar, junk food (with the exception of chocolates once a month) and other processed foods.
so obviously i had to review one third of my favourite dessert places.
(but i really am trying out the whole new decade, new me thing.)Continue reading “Urban Chocolatier”
i never really go to Indian restaurants, since i basically eat rice and curry at home anyway. but something about Chai Ki just really intrigued me, and i had to give it a little visit.
kind of glad i did, tbh.
it’s a cute, slightly fancy restaurant with a few branches spread out across London. i visited the one in Canary Wharf.Continue reading “Chai Ki”
this morning, Nahima and i went to Dalloway Terrace for breakfast. whenever we meet, one of us is always late.
(usually, it’s her.)
thankfully, i’d called up Dalloway the moment i got to the tube station, because i knew we’d end up running late.
when we did get there, we were shown to a table straight away, and obviously took some pictures.
because one does not go to aesthetic places and not take pictures.Continue reading “Dalloway Terrace”