Briki is a Greek breakfast café and deli situated in the east of London. They offer a delicious granola with greek yoghurt, fruits and honey, as well as some baked goods and coffee. Besides their breakfast card they offer a nice lunch menu, also for take-away (the price is a little lower then). It is a cozy and simple spot for a quick breakfast or a coffee in the morning. You really must try their award winning coffee which is roasted from high-quality green coffee beans. Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Briki 67 Exmouth Market London EC1R4QL What to wear to this location [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1592092″]
The first couple of times I visited London, I did not even know the Shoreditch area. But when I found out, I was simply amazed! I love this edgy and cool side of London and in particular the Spitalfields market. I love to go there on sundays, even though it is quite crowded. But the many different food, arts and clothing stands are worth it. [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1540288″]
We both love London more than many other cities in this world. London just feels different, we somehow feel at home there. What I love most is to stroll through my favorite neighborhoods and just explore the areas. Some of my favorite districts are Marylebone, Shoreditch, Kensington and Covent Garden. What to pack [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1503515″]
It is safe to say that London is heaven for brunch lovers. There are countless nice places offering the best food, whether it is the classic English breakfast, intercontinental, healthy, exotic or French… This time we went out for brunch with family and friends at the German Gymnasium, nearby King’s Cross station. The interior is super nice and the food as well. We can recommend the granola, even though it comes with only a tiny bit of yoghurt so you’ll probably have to order some extra yoghurt! Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ German Gymnasium 1 King’s Boulevard London N1C 4BU What To Wear to this location [show_shopthepost_widget id=“1445135″]
While in London you really need to try this place. Masala Zone is a Indian street food restaurant located all around London. I have always been at their Covent Garden location which is always full in the evening. If you want to come with a bigger group you should make a reservation a little earlier. Ever since Tara and I found this place some years ago, I come here once when I’m in London. And I always enjoy the same dish: the regular Thali with Chapatti. It’s absolutely delicious. All those different flavours are a true sensation. Hot, spicy, sweet and always fresh. You can never go wrong with this dish. It coasts about £11.00 and you are more than satisfied afterwards. As a drink I like to choose a mango lassi since the food can be quite spicy sometimes (coasting about £ 3.00). Price $$$$$ // Service ☆☆☆☆☆ // Location ☆☆☆☆☆ // Taste ☆☆☆☆☆ Masala Zone 48 Floral Street London WC2E 9DA next to the Royal Opera House open Monday to Saturday / 12pm – …
I‚m officially back from my trip to London and Oxford. And as always – I totally loved it! Next Thursday I will be leaving again. This time I’m off to Paris to visit Jana and be around Paris Fashion Week with her – it will be so much fun. Jana already made a schedule for the time I will be there which means there will be a lot of fun things to do. In London I once again enjoyed the Shake Shack burger. I first tried them in New York and then found out that they have a Shack in London too. It’s looked directly in theMarket Building and offers the same classics as in NY. However I think they are too expensive. In New York you pay with dollar which makes a whlote lot ofdifference than paying in british pounds. One classic Shake Shack burger coasts £ 5,00 – which makes about € 6,40 // In New York you pay for the same burger $ 4,95 and this makes about € 3,80. Another thing …
Fresh flowers at home are just the perfect way to brighten-up every room. While strolling through London we just fell in love with all those beautiful bouquets and flowers which were displayed nearly in every big street.
One week full of impressions of one of our favorite cities in the whole world is barely over. Enjoy some black and white moments and have a great weekend!
Good Morning! Here are some of our favorite places in London at the moment. Notting Hill surely is a classic, as well as Carnaby Street for a nice shopping trip! We also enjoyed a stroll around river Thames when the weather was fine. Have a nice day and enjoy our London Special!
Most likely one of the best breakfast restaurants on earth. I had the best scone with clotted cream and homemade rasberry jam I ever ate, as well as the whole range of scrambled eggs and mushrooms on freshly baked bread followed by fresh orange juice. This place is definitely worth a visit! 2- 4 Boundary Street Shoreditch, London