Tuesday

Egyptian Food at Koshari Street

I'm eating around the world without leaving London and this week I headed to Koshari Street for Egyptian food.

Egyptian Food at Koshari Street

Saturday

Afternoon Tea at Lancaster Hotel

Two weeks ago 30 odd London bloggers came together again for what's quickly becoming a tradition; The London Bloggers Afternoon Tea. For the second time it was hosted by Chef Ben Purton who's moved on from cooking up tasty dishes at the Royal Horsguards Hotel and now works at the Lancaster London Hotel. And boy, does he know how to treat lady bloggers (and 1 gentleman) as he had rolled out the red carpet. Literally.

Afternoon Tea at Lancaster Hotel

Thursday

A Floating Book Shop in London

Not unlike Amsterdam's canals, London's waterways and rivers are filled with barges, among other things. There is one barge in particular that I thought was worth a visit; the floating book shop in London or Word on the Water as it's officially called.

A Floating Book Shop in London

Tuesday

Israeli Food at Restaurant 1701

Israeli Food at Restaurant 1701

I'm eating around the world without leaving London and this week I was looking for Israeli food and ended up at Restaurant 1701. Okay technically it's Jewish food and not so much Israeli, but I figured for this blog this place would be awesome as it is located on the premises of a synagogue. And Restaurant 1701 is featured in the Michelin Guide, which made it the poshest restaurant I ate at for these blog series.
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