A guide to London.


My sweet sweet London… It’s crazy how much I love this city! I do not know what is it about that place but there is something magical here that I can’t even explain! I guess it’s that special atmosphere that you can’t find anywhere else!

It may be sounds so cliche to say that, but when I am here I really feel like HOME! Everything feels right in ways it’s supposed to be. Everybody is so nice and lovely and the energy of this city is so positive and motivating! Even if it’s pouring outside (it is not as the legend says that much) you always want to go out and do stuffs, and gosh there is a lot to do there!

Find bellow some places (mostly restaurants) I went to and that you should visit if you happen to go to London.

IMG_2977IMG_2978IMG_2981IMG_2962IMG_2958IMG_2959IMG_2987PORTOBELLO ROAD
When Emilien and I lived in London, we used to go to Portobello Road Market in lovely Nothing Hill on Saturdays. We almost saw the same stuffs every week but we just loved spending time there.

31 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9PR
Station : Covent garden (piccadilly line)

This place is a must if you are looking for healthy, organic and vegan food!
My dish was seriously to die for not to mentioned the super fresh fruit salad I ate. Also, I spotted some delicious desserts but I’ll have to come back to taste them because I was too full to order one. The plates seems small but believe me, there is all what you need in it!
This place is small but seriously too lovely. The tables are decorated with fresh flowers and the thing we liked the most was the fruits slices floating in the jug of water, it added a little something.

7/78 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5JX
Station : Bond Street

You’re looking for tasty and freshly prepared food and drink? That’s the right place for you!
Definitely one of my favorite spot to have lunch in London. You can either eat in the lovely upstairs cafe or in the big friendly deli on the ground floor. And if you feel like eating your super yummy meal in the park next door, you can just take it all away!
From quiche to quinoa, you’ll always find something you like! In winter season, I love to take the homemade soup along with their delicious bread and butter. Last time I tried their carrot cake and I have to say that it was so damn delicious!


2 Jamestown Rd, London NW1 7BY
Station : Camden Town (Northern line)

It’s always nice to eat there. Good music, good food, amazing breakfasts… Just the perfect diner in town!

IMG_2014IMG_2016IMG_2013IMG_3159IMG_1977IMG_1954IMG_3151ED’S DINER
London Trocadero, 19 Rupert St, London W1D 7PA
Station : Piccadilly Circus or Leicester square (piccadilly line)

Ed’s is for sure my favorite place to have an Oreo milkshake in London. Before coming here, make sure to have some time ahead because you will need around 1 hour to finish your shake!


Westfield Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, London W12 7SL
Station : Shepherd’s bush (central line)

Even tough I love healthy and organic food, there is time when the people I am with need to eat other things than vegetables and tofu! Bill’s is a great family-friendly place to have diner over a burger and a good beer! The playlist is great and not to mentioned the stunning decor.

34 Park St, Southwark, London SE1 9EF
Station: London Bridge (northern line)

You can’t come to the UK without having a proper fish and chips!
We found this restaurant on our way to London Bridge. It may not be the best Fish and chips in town but the location is seriously worth visiting! This place is huge and feels like a big holiday house, you know what I mean? There is many and many different floors and rooms to see where you can definitely get lost.


To be continued…

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