Hello again 🙂
While the internet doesn’t work as it should, I can’t complain about anything else. Went to Borough market this morning (I will show you the pictures later) and felt in love with this place: nice people, nice location and of course nice food. Even if I’m only here since 6 days, I’ve already gone to many great restaurants and cafés and I’m so in love with them:) Next to great restaurants I also wanna find out where to go for great cocktails – haven’t yet found THE place: any recommendations?? Maybe we’ll find some good places tonight, really hope for it!
Here I go with my short list of restaurants/cafés – hope you like it:)
1. Jamie Oliver: I went to his restaurant in Notting Hill – actually it’s not really a restaurant but a kitchen/shop/café where you also get food. I had the asparagus salad and the burger and I felt great after eating it (usually I feel tired after eating a burger but this one is kind of a healthy one but as good as any „normal“ burger). Can recommend this place to any young people – great food, great staff and I lOVED the location!
2. Joe & the Juice: This one is for the ladies – do you remember the boys from Abercrombie? I guess every girl has at least one picture where she is surrounded by two „not so bad looking“ and nearly naked boys from A&F 🙂 The boys at Joe & the Juice look nearly the same (except that they are fully clothed haha)… Ah and the juices aren’t bad too 😉 It’s located all around London, for example at New Oxford street.
3. Moreish café deli: Located next to Russel square, this place offers spanish delicacies as well as coffee and juices. You can also go there for breakfast. I liked the place because of its interior design – you can sit by the window and watch the people passing by while sipping on your drink. I haven’t yet tried the food, but it looked pretty good:)
4. Yumchaa: Went here with my lovely friend Mary who is living in London and loved this place. Here you get tea in all it facets. Talking about tea maybe doesn’t sound so appealing but believe me, its worth to give Yumchaa a try as their teas has nothing to do with these kinds of tea you get at your grandmothers place. It’s located right next to Goodge Street station which is at the Tottenham court road.