3 Eateries in London You Have To Try This Spring

Hey guys!

So as you might have seen, I went back to London during Spring Break, and even though I was stressing out about my upcoming exams, I still managed to get out the house and find some really amazing places. If you’re familiar with my blog, you’ll know that I pride myself on finding new and exciting places to visit, ones that aren’t super ‘touristy’ and busy. So that’s just what I did during this trip, I mean these places aren’t exactly secret, but hopefully some of these are new to you, and you can visit them this spring.

Farm Girl Cafe & Notting Hill

My favourite breakfast spot this spring was Farm Girl Cafe, I discovered it for the first time this break, and it is AMAZING. They have a few locations, but we visited the one in Notting Hill. It gets filled pretty quickly, so head out early if you want to get a seat. It has a really cozy and pretty interior, and the food is really great. One of the things I love about Farm Girl Cafe is the drinks they have, they have matcha lattes (my fave), a rose latte, and charcoal lattes (just to name a few). After eating breakfast, you can walk around Notting Hill while you digest your breakfast. There are streets filled with coloured houses and lots of different quirky shops.


Buongiorno e Buonasera 

I stumbled across this little restaurant one day in Baker Street, and I love it. It’s a little Italian restaurant that makes your pizza fresh for you. They have a special kind of dough they use that’s is extra light and delicious, and their desserts taste so good!!

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Yeotown Kitchen

We just happened to walk into this cafe by chance, and they have really great smoothies! It’s on Chiltern Street, around Marylebone which has a lot of great little shops and is one of my favourite places to visit in spring and summer.


Those are a few of my favourite spring spots that I think you guys would love!! Let me know if you’ve been to any of them, and if you have any recommendations for me.

See you next week,

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Secret Spots of London – In Love with London’s Lavender Fields

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So I went back to school this week, like most students in Dubai. And let’s just say I miss summer!!! Don’t get me wrong, I actually really enjoy school but I can not believe how quickly this summer went. So I thought that I would share one of the best parts of my summer with you because let’s be real here, we all need some cheering up right now.

So as you know I traveled a lot this summer, but I spent the majority of my break back home in London. Before I went away a friend in Dubai told me about these beautiful lavender fields just outside of London, and I just knew I had to go!

We went at the beginning of July when the lavender was in full bloom. The drive down was peaceful, as we drove down the country lanes listening to music and chatting. I can tell you that, once we caught our first glimpse of the fields we were speechless. I’ve never seen anything like it before. A field for as long as the eye can see covered in a blanket of violet and the aroma of lavender hangs in the air like you’re in a huge outdoor spa.

I think it was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen in my whole life! There’s a small lavender nursery, shop, and cafe to the side of the field where we bought some presents for friends and these amazing lavender shortbread cookies.

The field allows you to take photos and even has a red telephone box right in the middle to add that extra ‘London vibe’ to your pictures. However, you do have to pay extra if you bring in a professional photographer. If you are interested these are the lavender fields we visited. It was a really amazing day out for the summertime and something different that you don’t get to see all the time. I would really recommend it to anyone looking for something to do next summer.

Let me know how your first week of school went? And if you have ever visited a lavender field?

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