April Foodie Highlights

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Anyone else eat their body weight in chocolate this month or was that just me?...

My April foodie highlights:

Charbonnel et Walker Afternoon Tea, May Fair Kitchen 

I am not usually a fan of afternoon tea, I'd rather eat a burger than a finger sandwich BUT this was the best one ever. Bruschetta instead of sandwiches, chocolate and orange scones instead of fruit ones and a selection of Charbonnel truffles and treats. Hands down the best afternoon tea I have ever had. It's only available until June so be quick!

Breakfast outside

The sun made an appearance for the only time this year which meant breakfast in the garden and some very burnt shoulders. 

Discovering the General Store, Peckham Rye

This just might be the coolest shop in Peckham Rye. Local groceries and the best cup of coffee. Grab a cup and perch outside or stroll to the park with a book.

The Schoolhouse, Battersea

If you are ever in Battersea or Clapham, get this place on your list. The new cocktail menu is a great one with fun, inventive and delicious cocktails. TIP: get the gin one with the syringe, we had hours of fun. 

Padella, London Bridge

ALL of the carby fun. Read about it here

Brew by Numbers/Salty Loins, Bermondsey

Good beer has to be accompanied with something naughty, cue Salty Loins. It's dipped pork in a sandwich served with gravy and chips. Sounds weird, tastes delicious. 

Toasted, East Dulwich.
No hangover can be treated without bacon. Toasted in East Dulwich win at cures. 

Dirty Bones, Soho
Carbs on carbs, cheese on cheese. Read about it here.

The Bull on Bell Street, Henley
After jumping over ten foot walls and crawling under barbed wire, cider and pizza had to be done. Sourdough base and plenty of salami. 



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