yesterday, i met up with Nahima for breakfast at Duck & Waffle, which i will write a review for in the upcoming week. so stay tuned for that, loves. but of course, like the time we went to
Searcy’s, we ended up going to Sweet afterward.
because we were still hungry.
“Pancakes, Catchups & Procrastinating // General Chit Chat”
Searcy’s, Nahima and i walked over to Sweet — an adorable and aesthetic dessert place on Mile End Road.
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this morning, Nahima and i went to Dalloway Terrace for breakfast. whenever we meet, one of us is
(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”
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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so i thought i’d start off with a food review of this gorgeous italian restaurant in the heart of west end. it’s located in selfridges, oxford street, with its own lift. how cool is that?
i’ve been to this place twice —
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