Seafood and Soufflés at Scott’s

Do you know the feeling you get when practically everyone you know has been to this one place where you have yet to go? For those lucky few that have yet to experience it, it’s basically this mixture of desperation that you have managed to let this place slip from your hands, and excitement to try what everyone has been raving about (is it worth all the fuss?) My friends are always going to and telling me about one of…

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A Local’s Guide To Belgravia Eating

Elizabeth Street is the favourite London spot of my friend [Elizabeth] and I. There’s something so relaxing and yet wonderful about being here- you don’t actually need to go everywhere else, because you already have everything you could want beside you. I think if I had to put it into one word, I would say that Belgravia is home. We’d planned to go for some makeup shopping at Harrods but needed food before (typical life of foodies!). From experience I…

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Inside Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons

If you like über charming hotels where you can sit beside the fireplace drinking tea all day before taking a stroll in Japanese gardens, you’re in for a treat with this gorgeous hotel. Belmond Le Manoir is easily my favourite hotel-restaurant in England- it has everything: charm, sophistication, wonderful food and lots to do while there. I’d decided to invite two dear friends of mine, Elizabeth and Renee, here for my belated-birthday. Little did we all know though what was…

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The Dayrooms Cafe London: Refreshingly Light Eating

In between shoots with Airbnb for an exciting new project I can’t wait to share with you all, Arax and I invited the crew to brunch with us at The Dayrooms Cafe, a sweet little spot in Notting Hill. The cafe’s located right past Portobello Market, which was just perfect because it wasn’t too far from our photo locations, but just far enough off the tourist track and busy streets 😉 The decor inside is simple but chic, and I…

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Instagram Friendly Oxford Mini Travel Guide

Forget the touristic streets of Oxford- I’ve got some wonderful alternatives for you to explore while you’re in the city, and they’re all picture perfect! I find Autumn is my favourite time to explore this region of England because the leaves go all red and you can walk around in flowy clothes as crisp leaves brush past your feet. It’s not Autumn yet at the time I’m writing this but you can be sure Arax and I will be back…

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