March Foodie Highlights

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March, the month of mini eggs, hot cross buns and tight jeans.

These were my best bits:

Bread Ahead, Sloane Square
Doughnuts have never really been my thing, I used to find them a waste of calories until I moved to London, and this is why... 

I got chocolate on my phone, my entire face and probably the walls, but it was worth it.

Tracklements, Hot Mustard ketchup
Believe me when I say that bacon sandwiches will never be the same again. Amen to Tracklements for creating the Hot Mustard Ketchup that should be a staple in every household fridge.

The Crown, Battersea
There is nothing us British love more than a good pub, and there is nothing I love more than a neon light. The Crown in Battersea has re-opened and it's better than ever. 

Crosstown doughnuts
I am almost certain these are the best doughnuts in the world AND they now have a whole vegan shop that has opened up in Marylebone. I recommend the Chocolate truffle one, it will seriously change your life.

Taco Tuesday, Leicester Square Kitchen
Two margaritas and TEN soft and hard shell taco’s each (I highly recommend the veggie chicken soft taco.) The perfect date night in the heart of Leicester Square. TGIT.

Bord Bia, The Irish Embassy
I just thought the Irish did Guinness and Whiskey and that was it. Who knew they did gin too? And some of the best gin I’ve had in a long time. I went along to The Irish Embassy with the Irish food board, Bord Bia, and enjoyed an evening of whiskey, gin and hearty Canapes (and not just cheese on a stick - a whole beef burger was one of the canapes.) Ireland, please come back again soon.

Eat by Chloe, Covent Garden 
Vegan fast food without the guilt and the best neon light in town. I feel like vegan burgers aren’t the easiest thing to get right, but this was soo right. 

Rag & Bone, Swansea
Once upon a time Swansea's brunch game was poor, but in the last year or so some absolute corkers have popped up and  Rag & Bone is one of them. I went for the special which was a sausage patty, bacon, poached egg and hollandaise on a toasted muffin. Perfection. 

April, what you sayin?

February Foodie Highlights

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Jikoni, Marylebone
One of Marylebone's finest brunch spots. Make sure you try the chickpea chips!

May Fair Terrace, Mayfair
I found the most instagramable spot in London and it's tucked in the terrace of The May Fair Hotel.

Monmouth Kitchen, Covent Garden
Literally the best arancini balls I have ever had in my life. Cheers to that.

Elan Cafe, Mayfair
Possibly the most famous flower wall in the whole of Instagram. Like anywhere totally fabulous in London you will probably have to queue, so sneak here mid-week and get a take away instead. The tumeric latte's are bloody lovely. 

Radio Rooftop, The Strand
We got lucky and went here when there was some rare February sun. It's at the top of Me Hotel on The Stand and has some of the best London views (of the skyline and afternoon tea...)

Be At One, Battersea
Did you know this teeny, little bar in Battersea was the first ever Be At One? They've had a swanky new makeover and I went to toast espresso martini's with them on their re-opening night. They sure know how to make a good cocktail (and neon light)

The Good Life Eatery, Marylebone
Welcome to the good life indeed. This is my favourite place to munch on the good stuff when I'm in Sloane Square or Marylebone. This one they call so fresh, so clean an it's so delicious. 

London Grind, London Bridge
When you're wishing winter away, there is only one thing for it. Aperol Spritz at London Grind.

29 Battersea West, Battersea Power Station
This is certainly one to watch, it's from the same people as No 197 Chiswick Fire Station and No 32 in Clapham and I already love it. TIP: They also have a cracking brunch menu. 

I am totally fed up of winter now, I'd like sunshine and Pimm's and I'd like it now.


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