M and I had such a good meal last week! Martin’s work colleague Bryan recommended Bistrotheque near Cambridge Heath. It’s in a truly bizarre spot. I’m used to restaurant gems being relatively hidden in London, but Bistrotheque is the most hidden of the lot. Located on a quiet residential street, the only thing which guided us to it was noise emanating from it. Even the entrance is hard to find. Continue reading
In my last post I was lamenting my disappointment with Hawker House. However, luckily Dalston is chocka-block full of great places to fuel up and chow down at. We left Hawker house and disappeared gratefully into the warm embrace of Cafe Route.
As I may have mentioned, once or twice before, I am a huge fan of Chatsworth Road. Full of independent cafes, restaurants and curiosity shops, it’s the perfect place to while away a few hours on a Sunday morning.
When you’re only spending three days in a country but are intending on visiting three different cities, it’s safe to say that you need to get your skates on and cram in as much as possible.
On our first (and only) full day in Brussels, it’s fair to say we did just that! Continue reading
Nestled on Chatsworth Road is one of the smallest cafes I’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting, Dorée and Co.
It’s tiny; 4 tables crammed in, a jumbled counter selling homemade French patisserie and a kitchen. That’s it. How they manage to make all their fabulous patisserie on site is beyond me; it looks like a nigh on impossible task. However, they’ve managed to make use of all available space – from hooks for hanging cups off to little nooks for eggs. Continue reading