Where the Pancakes Are

A few days ago, J and I went to ‘Where the Pancakes Are’ for brunch during our little staycation. It was a lovely getaway, and having brunch at this place was pretty good, especially considering I could tick off a restaurant on my list after months. So. Happy.

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The Aviary

Two days before my birthday (24/08/2020), Nahima and I went to The Aviary for a pre-birthday dinner celebration. We thought that, like usual, we were running late but thankfully we arrived with a minute to spare.

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Busaba Eathai

i think the Eat Out to Help Out scheme is, honestly, so amazing and something that should continue beyond august. this particular 50% off deal helps to get a lot of companies back on their feet. today, i went to Busaba Eathai with Nahima, in Westfield Stratford. it’s an absolutely gorgeous Thai restaurant, with pretty […]

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Duck & Waffle

on feb 28th, i met up with N for breakfast at Duck and Waffle. our reservation was for 9:30, but of course, as usual, we were running late so changed it to 9:45.

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Polo Bar

hey lovelies! hope everyone’s had, or having, a good day, despite the awful weather. this is another little food review, since i’ve been in a bit of a reading slump lately. yesterday i went for brunch with J, as i was craving some breakfast foods, and figured why not go to a place that’s famous […]

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Thai & Pie

remember in this post when i mentioned i’d review Thai & Pie? well, i’ve finally got around to it!

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Café Miami

this week, Nahima and i went for brunch again after ages. it felt a little weird to be out of the house, for something other than going to uni, work or the hospital. but man, i really needed this.

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Sweet

after leaving Searcy’s, Nahima and i walked over to Sweet — an adorable and aesthetic dessert place on Mile End Road.

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Iris Bar by Searcy’s at the Gherkin

hi, lovelies! i hope you’re all having, or had, a great day! the majority of mine was spent with N — we met up for breakfast at Liverpool Street, and made our way to the Gherkin. kind of felt a little like stepping into all of my childhood dreams of what being an adult means.

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Urban Chocolatier

one of my new-year’s-slash-new-decade’s resolutions is to eat healthier and be mindful of what i put into my body. this involves cutting back on sugar, junk food (with the exception of chocolates once a month) and other processed foods. so obviously i had to review one third of my favourite dessert places. (but i really […]

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