I have to tell you about another great find in my ‘hood. This time, a little further down from the Rise by Queens Park, it’s family run Italian restaurant, Ida.
I’m excited to tell you about this gem of spot right in the heart of my hood, Kensal Rise.
If you have been following me on Instagaram you will have seen in the last 6 months I relocated back home to London from Dubai. I couldn’t be happier to be back and rediscovering this wonderful city has been such a joy! I have also been fitting in some fun trips right here in the UK as well as abroad. Although things have been a little quiet over here I have been documenting it all with my trusty camera and I can’t wait to share with you my recent adventures and finds as well as whatever 2016 has in store!
One of my big resolutions this year is to make time for my passions, one of which for me is blogging, so let me get straight into it with the Vogue 100 exhibition which opened in London this week…
Although I’m currently a Dubai resident I’m a true Londoner at heart and I try to get back as often as I can. On my last trip home I stayed in Notting Hill and re-visited some of my most cherished eateries so I thought I would round them all up into one post as a mini guide of some of my favourite spots in the neighbourhood.
After our short stay in Cape Town, we headed out of the city to Franschoek; a beautiful little town in the heart of the Western Cape’s Wine Country. It was a weekend full of delicious food, wine tasting and celebrating our dear friends Monique & Quinton’s big day!
A few weeks back I had the honour of attending my dear friends Monique & Quinton’s nuptials just outside of Cape Town in Franschoek (more on that in the next post). This was my first trip to South Africa and I have to say it most certainly won’t be my last!
One of my new favourite spots in Dubai for a casual dining is Fume. Self proclaimed as the ‘neighbourhood eatery’, it’s a great little spot in the Marina serving up an international menu in a diner style setting.
Although Phuket has never been a colony, the Old Town certainly had a very european feel to it’s architecture. It was colourful and calm until we turned a corner to find the bustling market in the middle of the main street.