London: Blabar

London: Blabar

If you’re a coffee lover, there is so much to choose from in London it can be overwhelming.  I’ve been to the typical chains: Pret, Costa, Nero, Starbucks, etc.  But its the small independents in local high streets that have

London: Sketch

London: Sketch

So it was a happy coincidence that my birthday just happened to be while I was in London!  Sketch was my restaurant of choice and although I’ve been to Sketch before (back in 2007), but with a completely renovated Gallery

London: Afternoon Tea at Shangri-La

London: Afternoon Tea at Shangri-La

It was a very quick trip over the pond to London – 3.5 days, but in that short period of time I packed it with as much as I could.  And the first thing I booked as soon as I

London: Monmouth Coffee Company

When my friend M and I arrived at London’s Borough Market, I noticed a very long line that snaked around the corner and into the Monmouth Coffee Shop.  I love coffee, especially when its over ice on a hot summer

London: Borough Market

Back in August 10, 2012, I wrote my first post on Borough Market and I love this market so much that I make it a point to go every time I’m in London.  What makes this visit different from the

London: The Royal Horseguards Afternoon Tea

I was really lucky this time around to fit two afternoon teas in a single London visit.  And lucky to have local friends that recommend places for me.  My friend M recommended the Royal Horseguards so we went on a

London: Tom's Kitchen

One of the biggest reasons for my trips to London is to see friends and each time I visit, my friend L spoils me by taking me to restaurants trending at the time.  This time it was Tom’s Kitchen in

London: Roti Chai

For those that know me well, know that I love Indian cuisine!  So when my friend R suggested to have lunch at a new restaurant near her office by Marble Arch tube station called Roti Chai Street Kitchen, I couldn’t

London: Pho

This is how much good food I had in London, I’m still not finished talking about it!  We’re in some sort of deep freeze here in Toronto and do I wish I was in London right now eating some of

London: M&S

Canadian grocery stores are getting better (thank you President’s Choice) but the department stores definitely need to catch up when it comes to food halls.  Oh, how I miss the good old days before Marks & Spencer decided to close