MUNICH EATS

So we managed to both miss Oktoberfest and leave the week before all of the Munich Christmas markets fully opened (well done), but no need to worry, we still managed to track down lots of beer and bratwurst. By now, I think all of the Christmas markets will be open and there are stalls scattered all across the city centre,…
Munich
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LE BAB

This is the cutest little place on the top floor of Kingly Court, sandwiched in between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. I love this little court full of shops, restaurants and bars. My all-time favourite bar in London, Cahoots, also resides here. This 1940s underground station themed dream boat is a must do for any history loving visitors to this…
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PADELLA

Pasta bar anyone?! Let’s just say I was desperate to try this one. Padella, pasta bar of the moment in Borough has become quite the institution. It is for good reason that whatever time you go, there always appears to be an enormous queue snaking its way out of the door all the way around to Borough Market. We unexpectedly…
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TOP 5 BRUNCHES

On the topic of brunch, has anyone else read that ridiculous/hilarious article doing the rounds on how millennials like myself would absolutely be able to afford buy a several hundred thousand pound property in London if we just stopped buying brunch and that we were quite literally eating ourselves out of house and home one avocado toast at a time?!…
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CHEZ VOUS

<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18193337/?claim=newzz94mtjg”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> This is a very late post but the food here was too good not to mention it. I went to Chez Vous in Warlingham for my birthday this year; situated in a beautiful hotel on a picturesque village green I was loving it before I’d even walked through the door, only to be greeted…
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