Truffle Fondue in Lausanne Switzerland

After almost two months of hardly eating any cheese in Prague, Germany and Santorini during my European travels, I arrived in Switzerland with a mission (and an appetite): to find and eat as much truffle fondue as possible. Unfortunately, I’d chosen what is likely the worst time to hunt for truffle fondue: the end of July. Summer hadn’t even finished yet (let alone Autumn), and yet, typical of me, I was already excitedly searching for the most wintery of winter…

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Brunch in Chiswick at No 197 Chiswick Fire Station

For months, I’d wanted to go for brunch in Chiswick, but, the hopelessly lazy person I am, had kept putting it off. The area’s at quite a distance from the rest of Central London, meaning a little effort is required to go there! Luckily, I had Instagram to give me a shove hihi. I kept seeing posts tagged with ‘brunch in Chiswick’ online. The one that kept popping up was an all-white restaurant spot with cacti and eye-catching pink chairs.…

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Chelsea’s Most Unique Coffee Spot

Unique coffee versions have been popping up all over London, from the charcoal-coloured in Notting Hill, to the yellow turmeric ones in Shoredich. But despite its pretty pastel streets, I’ve had such a hard time in the past in finding really tasty and unique coffee spots in Chelsea. I don’t just want the pretty coffee- it’s got to taste good too! There are a couple of nice spots to enjoy one, like Juicebaby and L’eto, but as much as I…

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Boisdale of Belgravia: London’s secret burger spot

I had one of the most delicious, embarrassing and hilarious experiences of my life at Boisdale of Belgravia. If you like embarrassing and hilarious stories featuring delicious food you’re in for quite the ride. It all started when I discovered that Boisdale of Belgravia do an incredible truffle burger. You could have it with truffle mustard, eggs, foie gras, and wonderful sides, and sounded just perfect. Soon after trying the burger for the first time, I became hooked. I adore…

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Chelsea in Bloom 2018: The Highlights

Of all the summer events to look forward to each year, Chelsea in Bloom has to be one of my favourites. I can never explore it all, even with a map, although this probably has more to do with my terrible sense of direction than anything else hihi (ask any one of my friends). Terrible senses of direction aside (if only I could say “we’ve all been there”), Chelsea in Bloom is undoubtfully one of the most extensive and hotly-prepared…

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