Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

It’s been another sunny weekend in London or at least the saturday has been nice, so I could spend the sunday under my duvet and listen to the rain outside. However, I’ve met Mayssa for a walk around Chelsea and Kensington and we ended up at Kensington Gardens.
A date in the clouds, the view from the Shard

A date in the clouds, the view from the Shard

I do love high buildings with a great view over the city. So I thought I need to go to the very top and highest building in London. The view from the Shard was opened in February 2013 by Bohnson, the Mayor of London and it has become a popular...
Cherry Blossom Garden

Cherry Blossom Garden

Don’t you think that these trees are magic in spring, especially when they are in full riotous bloom ? I am obsessed with the small cherry blossom garden near my parents house and think that nothing compares with the beauty of the early spring blooms. I felt like Alice walking...
Balthazar, London

Balthazar, London

Balthazar London is located on the corner of Russell Street and Wellington Street in the heart of Covent Garden. The original Balthazar was opened in New York City.The restaurant offers all-day brasserie dining and is open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, as well as an amazing weekend brunch....
LONDON, Bedford Place

LONDON, Bedford Place

Black Crop Dress- Top Shop Beige Cashmere -Zara Sunglasses-Spektre Bag and Heels-Zara Bracelets- Hermès and Bibi Bijoux Necklace- Satya Jewellery Shop similar items here:  
SUSHI SAMBA

SUSHI SAMBA

Sushi Samba is a cocktail and sushi bar located on the 38th floor of the Heron Tower.
ONE DAY ONE BEACH

ONE DAY ONE BEACH

   One of the best things you can do on a bank holiday weekend is to escape from the City to the beach. I went to West Wittering near Portsmouth.
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Sketch

Sketch

Last Wednesday, I went to sketch for a late night date. I have only been to the Glade Bar so far and never to the gallery. In the gallery the walls are pink, the furniture is pink, the ceiling is pink. Everything is sugar-coated in a pastel Ladurée-esque pink!
Smack Deli

Smack Deli

Smack Deli is a no-bookings restaurant in Mayfair and the new concept from David Strauss and his team behind Goodman Restaurant Group and Burger & Lobster. It’s time to ditch the burgers and the ‘restaurant’ and go for lobster rolls, sold from a takeaway counter…Much like Burger and Lobster, this place does one thing and one...
Le Chalet, Selfridges

Le Chalet, Selfridges

Fancy a trip to a Chalet in the french alps but you don’t have the time or money? If you’re in the city, you can enjoy the perfect après-shop or festive get-together high above London with the new winter rooftop restaurant which is transforming Selfridges’ rooftop into a “destination winter playground”.
New Year's Style

New Year’s Style

I know it’s been too long since my last blog post. First of all, Happy New Year to all of you! I had some technical problems with my Macbook and had to order a new chic blogger essential. I doubt that you’re interested in a NYE post mid January, so I decided to kick off...
Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas

Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas

HAPPY HOLLA-DAYZ and MERRY CHRISTMAS
Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

“…A beautiful sight, We’re happy tonight. Walking in a winter wonderland.”
The Providores, Marylebone

The Providores, Marylebone

I thought it’s time to share another nice brunch and lunch spot with you. The Providores is located in the heart of London’s Marylebone Village.
Saatchi Sunday

Saatchi Sunday

It’s been a while since my last visit at Saatchi Gallery. I like to go there on sundays before, after brunch or after a little snoop around Chelsea.
The Palomar, Soho

The Palomar, Soho

I am very excited to share this amazing place with you. In my eyes it is the most interesting dinner experience out there right now and The Times called the Palomar a “Middle Eastern fireworks” not for zero reason…
Winter Styles

Winter Styles

London has been very grey and drizzly in the last days and you can tell that winter has officially arrived. It’s almost december, which means we have at least one…two or 10 christmas parties and events to attend before we start our last minute christmas shopping.
Ice Skating at Somerset House

Ice Skating at Somerset House

It only seems like yesterday that I was blogging about skating at National History Museum . This year it was time to hit the ice rink somewhere else in London, at Somerset House! If you’re not feeling christmassy yet….I promise you will after.
Autumn stroll

Autumn stroll

On a beautiful sunny autumn day in November, me and Victoria went for a stroll around Notting Hill. I wanted to show her that there’s much more to see and do than shopping on Portobello Road.
Mister French, Stockholm

Mister French, Stockholm

Last weekend, I was in Stockholm to visit my swedish friend Camilla. After sightseeing, a movie night, one hundred cinnamon buns and meatballs made by her mum….it was time to explore one of Stockholm’s brunch spots – Mister French!
Raw Chocolate Truffles

Raw Chocolate Truffles

We all love chocolate and non stop snacking. These raw chocolate truffles are my latest sweet obsession. I would like to prove that you can make the most indulgent snacks incredibly nutritious with the right incredients.
The Hangover Breakfast

The Hangover Breakfast

I’m going through something of a breakfast/brunch food obsession at the moment.
Dishoom, Shoreditch

Dishoom, Shoreditch

I’ve been to Dishoom many many times in the last two years and it is still my favourite Indian restaurant in London. Everyone knows that I like the Indian culture and when my half Indian, german friend Victoria was in town, there was actually no better place to go for dinner.
Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market

Autumn has arrived in London and it’s even more beautiful on sunny sundays. London always changes when it’s sunny. The Columbia Road flower market and shops are open on Sundays from 8am ’til 3’ish. It was on my London to-do-list for a long time but I’ve never managed to make all the way East before...