Brunch With A View – Duck & Waffle

It can be such a disappointment when a restaurant fails to live up to the hype, but there’s only so much a view from one of London’s tallest towers can be exaggerated…I’ve been waiting (literally) months to get a reservation with Duck&Waffle and thankfully I can say the wait is worth it! If you’ve been…

The Aussie Brunch, Granger & Co, London

Notting Hill is an easy go-to brunch destination, with many options, but you have to come prepared to wait, especially if it’s London, in March, and sunny… There’s always the worry that, after waiting 30-60 minutes for breakfast, you will be disappointed. Lucky for us Granger & Co has a line for a reason. Great…

Irish Coffee For St Patrick’s Day

I visited Ireland for St Patrick’s Day last week and indulged in all the comfort food and Whisky the country is known for. Including drinking Irish coffee, both genuinely alcoholic with Whisky or Baileys, or Baileys flavoured like these cute coffees below. These shamrock and harp coffees are from the cafeteria at the famous Trinity…

Coffee At The Four Corners

My local work cafe is Four Corners, a relatively new addition to a rapidly changing Lower Marsh high street in Waterloo, and a welcome change indeed. It’s nice to have an independent coffee shop amongst Waterloo’s generic chains, and Four Corners makes an excellent ¬†Flat White. This travel themed cafe is quirky and stylishly outfitted…