Afternoon tea at the Connaught Hotel
which goes on and on
and thai food at Isarn
When I moved to London 15 years ago there where no places to go for good food (unless you were filthy rich) but my how things have changed! My favourite thing to do when friends come over now is to eat, eat and eat.
I keep meaning to go to Yauatcha, my mum and sister loved it...I just want to see the cakes!ReplyDelete
nä fy vad gott! och vackert. nu vill jag ha den lilla orange soppan där längst ner.ReplyDelete
There's something very important about how a well laid table looks. These great pics say a lot about the places and the food. Another thing are visiting cards. Have a look at this site www.theplaceswelike.com apart from having good tips for food and other places in London, I think the use of visiting cards will appeal to you..ReplyDelete
kate: you have to go, the dim sum is excellent (their venison puffs are delicious) and as for the cakes... my faves are the assam praline cake and the blue tea cake. The macaroons are a treat too, I'm a sucker for anything sesame so the black sesame ones are must as are the coconut cinnamon pistachio ones...sweeeeeeet!ReplyDelete
sandra: det var en rod stekt anka curry, mums!
anonymous: that's a great idea, to put them all together like that. I really like the egg one, even more minimalist than an egg itself :)
Yauatcha is fabulous. When living in London my man took me there for my birthday. Tea and dim sum, what more could a girl want.ReplyDelete
Mums! Och fint.ReplyDelete
tack! ska laga fisk gryta nu, kan tanka mig att det inte blir lika vackert :)ReplyDelete