Whilst doing some shopping in Soho, we walked past this cute little bakery called The Hummingbird and of course I made Mr D go in and get me a cupcake!
Seeing as we were in London, I made reservations at The Dorchester for Afternoon tea since I couldn’t be in the UK and NOT have high tea (how crazy!). We got there a tad early (15 minutes isn’t THAT early…) and waited for our table to be ready.
Mr D and I needed breakfast before we headed around London to do touristy stuff (I LOVES THEM TOURISTY THINGS!!) and walked into Wheatsheaf at the Borough’s Market. As we were in London, I’d only let Mr D have pub food so this ticked the box. It was really casual with awesome decor and I was super excited.
Mr D and I stopped by Harrods to check it out and stumbled across Laduree on the ground floor. Being the sweet tooth that I am, I was in heaven and everything looked magical.
Finally landed in London (woohoo!) and our first dinner was at a pub called Simon The Tanner which Mr D found online prior to our trip.
My workmates decide to take me out for lunch since it was my last day of work before I jetset off to Europe (WOOOHOOO!!!) and we chose Treviet since it was 10mins walk.
It’s located right next to Harvey Norman and right opposite to Bunnings. We got there at 2:30PM (yep, late lunch…I was STARVING!) and there was hardly anyone in sight.
Dinner date with my friend and since Melbourne was a tad cold, we decided to go to our local joint, Chef Lagenda at Deer Park for some Malaysian food.
So Mr D’s fam bam decided to have lunch at Hog’s Breath Cafe at Knox (yep, like a road trip for me!) and so in we go.
The Post Hotel in St Kilda has been around for a while (140 years to be exact) and with the new owners on board, it has been revamped. Old looking pub on the outside, modern and stylish on the inside. The chef is from a hatted restaurant (Longrain) and most of the dishes had an asian influence to it.
I came across Juicy Bao in Chinatown when my friend couldn’t find one of the ramen places we were meant to go to. Firstly, we asked if they take card since we both had no cash on us. Luckily they did and the minimum was $30 so in we went.