I’ve been to a lot of beautiful cafes in London, and Peggy Porschen is by no means the only lovely café in London, but it is definitely the most memorable for several reasons. Some of these reasons are very practical, like location, and others less so. But I’ve gushed about this place so many times,… Continue reading Chelsea’s Peggy Porschen Review: Forest Tea Party Dining
Rating: 4/5 As I won’t be leaving the house any time soon for anything fun, I figured now was the best time to reach into my archive of Brunch’s past and dig out some of my most memorable locations. Being in the house for 2 straight months has, as I am sure it has for… Continue reading The Cathedral Cafe, Prague: Review
A Review So before everything shut down and we all retreated to the controlled safety of our houses I met up with some friends to experience the much talked about Fuwa Fuwa Café specialising in Japanese Pancakes in Brunswick Centre, Bloomsbury London I want to make it clear first of all that I am not… Continue reading Is Fuwa Fuwa a Little Slice of Japan in London?
I’m starting this months review with a review of the high street chain Nero. As the first coffee shop mum used to take my brother and I when we were young for our morning hot chocolates, I think this is a good place to start this written coffee journey. Starting with Nero is also a… Continue reading Caffe Nero: A Review