Cup of tea? You won’t know where to start. What tea shall I have? Well how do you feel? And watch in awe as they blend a pot to suit you. This apothecary-style café in the ‘Diamond District’ of London has no art or pictures, just a floor-to-ceiling cornucopia of jars of all the spices, tea and flavorings that you ...Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
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It is such a cute place with comfy old style couches in front, simple wood artwork on the wall and a nice sunfilled garden at the back. I passed by it several times and decided that I have to eat there. My friend and I went there for Sunday brunch. He said the traditional English brunch would be Sunday roast. ...
This Bens Cookies stand is on a bustling part of Oxford Street right, close to Bond St tube. I adore Ben's Cookies - I think they're the most delicious I've had in England. I got addicted whilst living in Oxford, where the original Ben's cookies still stands in the historic covered market.
here are quite a few choices on the menu, so when I came for the first time with some friends, it was rather difficult to decide on what to order. A friend who had been before warned us that the servings were rather large and advised us to share since had just had dinner. The items are a bit pricey, ...Popular withFoodiesFamilies
William Curley is known for mixing European desserts with an Asian twist - think a miso walnut cookie or a chocolate mixed with sesame. Decadent desserts and delicious hot chocolates (Amedei), coffees (Square Mile), and teas. This location also features an adorable cafe with excellent service. Definitely worth a stop if you're in Belgravia.
Just popped in at lunchtime and was shocked at how easy it is to pay an obscene amount for very average yoghurt. The place is decked out like a kiddies sweetshop and so obviously aimed at the Happy meal brigade but at these prices its not kiddie friendly at all.
Great traditional Pies. I got the Butternut squash and brie one which was fantastic. Plenty of other great options on the menu. I would have like to see more than one option of beer however to accompany the meal but other than that a nice experience.
This Hungarian pastry shop is right out of a 1930s film. Decadent cakes make with homemade cream and tea served in silver teapots make a winning combination. The day I was there, the older, quirky clientele added extra people-watching fun.Popular withFoodiesLuxury
FRAE is a chain of really healthy frozen yogurt shops, where you can add "good" or "bad" toppings (as in blueberries and kiwi versus chocolate chips and Oreo crumbles) to the plain or green tea flavors. This is my favorite branch, where you can look at the picturesque Camden Passage as you tuck in.