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ELW Guest Post: Five Fantastic Places to Eat in London

Short but sweet post for you today as I’ve written my first ever guest post for Polly at Follow Your Sunshine today. I had the great pleasure of meeting Polly last week when she was briefly in the UK and it was so lovely. I really love the blogging community and the best part of all is meeting so many new people. Thank you Polly for having me and be sure to head on over to Follow Your Sunshine where I’m talking about Five Fantastic Places to Eat in London for any Budget!

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Review: Ladurée, Covent Garden London

If you’re looking for somewhere for a quick sweet treat then look no further than Ladurée in Covent Garden. This is the patisserie’s first stand-alone tea salon in the capital, serving savoury snacks and champagne as well as sweet treats and those signature macarons. I popped in a couple of weeks ago before dance class to enjoy some of their famous macarons and take in the beautiful surroundings. Given its location it can be fairly busy so you may need to wait for a table but trust me when I say it will be worth the wait. This is a luxury establishment with a traditional decor that enhances your experience. They also… Read More Review: Ladurée, Covent Garden London

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Review: 3 Brødre, Oslo

Because we hadn’t eaten much since breakfast we went for a big meal in the evening. 3 Brødre is actually three different venues in one; a regular bar on the ground level, a piano bar upstairs and a tex-mex restaurant in the basement. It was in the latter that we went to for dinner. It was a bit confusing trying to figure out how to get in as the stairs are right at the back behind the bar but once we descended you could tell you were in the right place. The decor is incredibly stereotypical but it gives the restaurant a fun feel. Due to my cold I still… Read More Review: 3 Brødre, Oslo

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Review: Kitchenette, New York City

OK so I teased you about it last week but I’m finally going to share with you the absolutely best place I ate out at when in New York. The fabulous Kitchenette which I only discovered by complete chance while googling for some place to eat breakfast at 7:30 in the morning after having crossed the Brooklyn Bridge. Kitchenette is a small chain of restaurants in New York specialising in home style cooking. There are located in High Falls, Uptown and Tribeca (which is the branch one visited) and open from between 7:30am and 10pm at night. I visited as soon as it opened and was their first customer of… Read More Review: Kitchenette, New York City