Jardin du Jasmine | Middle East in the heart of London

What? Jardin du Jasmine Cafe Where? 1 Holland St, Kensington, W8 4NA, London Highlights: Deli counter filled with Middle Eastern delicacies. If you’re thinking of Middle Eastern hospitality and the beauty of the Damascene culture, than Jardin du Jasmine is the heavenly garden that incorporates the rich aromatic nature of Middle Eastern food underneath aContinue reading “Jardin du Jasmine | Middle East in the heart of London”

Italian Gelato on a Summer’s Day | London Cafes

What? Unico Gelato & Caffe Where? 37 Pembridge Rd, Notting Hill, W11 3HG, London Highlights: Gelato of course! And their macchiato. On a hot summer’s day, Unico is probably one of the best options to go. As soon as you enter the place, you get that slight coolness when entering an ice cream parlor andContinue reading “Italian Gelato on a Summer’s Day | London Cafes”

Chocolate Heaven | London Cafes

What? SAID DAL 1923 Where? 29 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1JG If you’re a chocolate obsessed fanatic like me then SAID DAL 1923 is the place to be. Warning: Bring extra tissue wipes because there is a high chance you might leave with chocolate covered fingers and polka dotted stained clothes. Although London’s SOHOContinue reading “Chocolate Heaven | London Cafes”

Cozy Winters | London Cafes

What? Teatulia Where? 36 Neal St, West End, WC2H 9PS, London I know it’s summer but one of my favorite tea shops happens to be one of the coziest spots to escape the cold outside or save it for a gloomy rainy day. Teatulia serves organic teas that are ethically sourced. Yay! The interiors areContinue reading “Cozy Winters | London Cafes”

Coffee’o clock | London Cafes

What? Fabrique Bakery Cafe Where? 8 Earlham St, West End, WC2H 9RY, London Tucked away just on the side of the street, this whitewashed Swedish based bakery and cafe is like an obscure quiet nook from the hustle and bustle of the Covent Garden streets outside. It’s chill enough to have a casual conversation andContinue reading “Coffee’o clock | London Cafes”