For this post I thought I’d switch things up a bit and mention a few of my favorite places to eat in and around London. It is now coming down to the wire my friends (1 short day left) such a bitter sweet feeling, but anyways on to the delicious food.
Before arriving lots of people warned me about how “bad” the food is in England but let me inform you that it is not! I mean you can’t go wrong with fish and chips, a Sunday roast because who doesn’t love meat, potatoes & Yorkshire pudding? If you don’t fancy typical English dishes hop on the tube to any of the food markets and you’ll find a huge variety from all over the world! Here are a few of my favorites!
The Bolingbroke (Clapham) – Sunday Roast
Granger & Co. (Notting Hill) – Ricotta hotcakes, banana & honey comb butter.
Borough Market (London) – Beef Curry & Paella (yes I mixed the two because why not?)
Camden Market: (Camden) Gluten free Tacos & Horchata/ Agua de coco
Kettners (Soho) – Afternoon tea
The Regency Cafe (London) Easy Peezy English Breakfast (only thing missing is black pudding but I am not a fan)
Bangers and Mash (prepared by my boss)
I also want to mention The Black Swan (Pub located in Surrey) for the best Sunday Roast outside of London!
I also want to mention that the Indian food in England is the best I’ve ever had, so good that I’ve never had the chance to take a photo of it. An amazing place to go to is Tayyabs in London as well as Aladin on Brick Lane rd.
I know this is outside of our normal posts but I could not pass up on sharing some of the wonderful places my mouth has had the pleasure of meeting. Hopefully this didn’t make you all too hungry. Maybe this could be of help for anyone traveling to England in the future. Take care lovelies
Thanks! Will def take note as I’m heading to UK in August!
How existing! Wish I was staying for longer! Make sure you check out the markets and walk through the parks by far my favorite pass time! Have fun! xx