There is a lot to choose from when it comes to coffee shops and restaurants in London. For a truly decadent outing, we headed to some of the most flamboyant settings in the bustling English capital.
Beautifully designed with marble, florals, and a stunning cherry blossom tree cascading throughout the entire interior, this pretty, pastel-colored café in the heart of Marylebone is a visual delight. We absolutely loved the evocative and luminous atmosphere.
Feya Cafe offers tantalizing treats, tea and coffee alongside a breakfast menu created by Virpi Mikonnen a recipe artist, best-selling cook book author, a food stylist and photographer.
Come to El&n on Brompton Road for a step back to your childhood. Last time we visited it, I treated myself to some delightful banana pancakes and a lovely blue latte.
We love coming to this pretty coffee shop in Shoreditch. We always take a seat at their long wooden tables, and watch the world go by through the floor to ceiling window as we sip one of the best rose lattés in London.
The Gallery at Sketch
The Tehran-born now Paris-based architect and designer India Mahdavi has created an intimate and enchanting space that allows to dream.
With a zig-zag tiled floor in 96 shades of marble and a soothing, monochromatic color scheme in a delicious dusty pink, The Gallery might be the prettiest dinning room in London.
Bob Bob Ricard
This iconic Soho restaurant is definitely a riot of opulence. With its gilt deco latticework, velvet curtains, marbled walls and mirrored ceilings, a shiny gold bar and darkened lighting, BBR´s lavish interiors evoke an Edwardian Orient Express carriage.
Things we love to bits include the gold ‘Press For Champagne’ button on the side of every table and the tons of pink– waiters wear powder pink suit jackets, the exact color of their delicious boozy chocolate truffles.
We pressed the champagne button and enjoyed an instant a glass of Moët Brut Imperial. We lost the count after the third glass. This is the kind of place to splash out!