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.
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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.
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i hope you all had a good sunday! mine was spent with family, catching up and discussing the future and having fun “remember-when” conversations, followed by fat, greasy takeout food!
it was pretty great.
but now i’m home, under my blanket, fairy lights twinkling bright and colourful, putting up a part two of my review on Grounded Coffee Company.
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Cafe East is the latest hotspot for numerous instagrammers and it’s been making its way round twitter, as the place to go to for brunch.
so of course, i just had to check it out with Nahima. since, you know, brunch is Our Thing.
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i’m back with a food review, since i have missed writing about food and occasionally waxing lyrical about the stuff i’ve devoured.
wait have i ever actually done that?
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after walking around in the freezing cold for a few hours in Berlin, Nahima and i were shivering, starving and praying we’d find somewhere good (and cheap) to eat.
then, lo and behold, like the angels had answered our prayers, Ristorante Roma appeared in front of us.
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in my recent post, i mentioned Yada Yada, an adorable breakfast club in Berlin. halfway in our journey from East Side Gallery to Checkpoint Charlie, Nahima and i came across this stunning little café.
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