EAT & DRINK
It is no secret, that I absolutely love Afternoon Tea! In Denmark “Afternoon tea” is basically just a cup of tea and a biscuit, so when I moved to London 4 years ago, I was overly trilled and excited to find out that Afternoon Tea is so much more in this lovely new city of mine!
I love Thai food! Luckily the London food-scene is quite spectacular when it comes to oriental food. If you are looking for an amazing and authentic dining experience, (with a menu card that has more to offer than a solid green curry!), The Thai Square Restaurant Group is a must visit. Bonus-info: The first Thai Square restaurant opened at The Strand in 1996 and now there are 13 different places to choose from inside and outside London
Last week my best friend from Denmark came to London to visit me. I haven’t seen her in a year, so I was really excited and looking forward to spending a bit of quality time together.
Datenight! Who said, that being parents should be all about children? Don’t get me wrong, I am probably one of the most devoted mums in the world, but I do believe, that it is important to let your hair down and go out and have a lovely meal and a great bottle of wine with your partner or your friends from time to time
If you are Danish and have lived many years in Copenhagen like me, you will for certain know Sticks’ n’ Sushi! Sticks’n’Sushi is one of the most successful restaurant groups in Denmark – and there is a reason why!
As you might remember, it wasn’t that long ago, since Frenchie, Clara and I enjoyed the most amazing family brunch with live music at the NH London Kensington Hotel. We love this wonderful 4 star hotel for many reasons. First of all, it is located in our neighbourhood – close to Harrods and the fashion stores in Sloane Square and High Street Kensington – oh, and the city’s most famous museums are also within walking distance. Second, the food here is quite extraordinary – just wait and see…