At my favourite pastry shop on Greek Street, Soho. They have a huge variety of delicious cakes and a rather bizarre decor, which actually suits the place very much.
This is the decor – looks like they have never ever thrown away a thing since being open.
Found this restaurant 9 years ago and I went in immediately, as being a Hungarian I was curious about the menu and also about the reason they called it GAY Hussar. Apparently, gay meant cheerful at the time when they opened, which I didn’t know back then. It’s just kind of funny now, as the area around is full of gay (meaning: homosexual) people. No problem, as far they have my favourite food there.
Been to the St. Bride’s church, that is famous for two reasons: it is the so called journalist’s church, so they pray in the memory of all the journalists been killed while on a job and also, the tower of this church has inspired the now world famous wedding cake with several levels. Look at the image above and you’ll know what I mean.
Love lilac, reminds me of home and mothers day.
This book is just brilliant, cannot wait to see how the story evolves.
Hello Mr Zebra… at Liverpool Station. Love that song.
Trying on vintage hats at the Truman Brewery. They have a huge selection of vintage (smelly) clothes, some with a yellow armpit mark – such a price to pay for being über stylish, haha.
It’s amazing how most of the stuff they have there are still hanging around in most of the East-European wardrobes, while here, in London people go bunkers for them and they are sold for high prices, calling them vintage. I might as well just go the attic next time I’m at home.
Ethiopian vegan dish from the market at Brick Lane.
In bar 1001 with Emma and Festy