Brighton – Food for Friends

Brighton is a foodie heaven and it is considered to be very vegetarian/vegan friendly. One of the most popular places is Food for Friends, which can be found on the Lanes. Food for Friends is Brighton’s original award-winning vegetarian and vegan restaurant, featured in ‘The Sunday Times’ Top Vegetarian and Vegan Restaurants and in ‘The Good Food Guide 2018’. They use fresh & consciously sourced products and offer Breakfast, Brunch and A La Carte options. (x) We popped in on a busy weekend and had the most delicious lunch. The service was quick and kind, and the food was exceptional. … Continue reading Brighton – Food for Friends

Dishoom – London

Let me tell you, that finding a special breakfast/brunch place in London, that opens actually early-ish on the weekend, is not as easy as one would think. Most brunch places open around 11-12 o’clock! However, Dishoom opens at 9 am, and serves the most amazing breakfast dishes with some nice coffee/unlimited chai tea. THE OLD IRANI CAFÉS of Bombay have almost all disappeared. Their faded elegance welcomed all: courting couples, sweaty taxi-wallas, students, artists and lawyers. Fans turned slowly. Bentwood chairs were reflected in stained mirrors, next to sepia family portraits. Opened early last century by Zoroastrian immigrants from Iran, there … Continue reading Dishoom – London

Stockholm

You know the feeling when you are just minding your own business and living your little life in the UK and Michelle Obama announces her book tour in Europe? And then you try to plan, buying tickets like crazy but it’s sold out everywhere… So you don’t have any plans anymore, you just go with the wind and end up in Stockholm with your bestie? No? Not a familiar feeling? Well it wasn’t for me either, until it was and seemed like the most normal thing to do. Booking hostels, packing our backpacks and flying to Stockholm. Visiting the city … Continue reading Stockholm

London weekend – January 2018

One of the many short weekends in London. Let’s see what I was up to in these two days; Hostel – Pride of Paddington Restaurant – Yori, Korean BBQ All about Eve with Gillian Anderson and Lily James, Noel Coward Theatre Sightseeing – Brick Lane This is the first time I’ve stayed in a hostel when visiting London and it’s been an absolute pleasure. The Pride of Paddington is centrally located, 2 minutes walk from Paddington station. Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith and City lines are all stop here. It’s very easily reachable even just by taking the buses, few of … Continue reading London weekend – January 2018