This month I have decided I will visit couple of new trendy places in London. If you are fan of blooming cafes and restaurants this blog post is just right for you!
Butterscotch Tea room in Marylebone was on my list for quite while! I came here for afternoon tea and could not be more happier! This place has not let me down! Absolutely stunning modern decor, flowers everywhere you look even on selling and giant chandeliers will make you feel like you are in fairytale. Their service is quick, huge selections of teas and coffees and amazing gluten free cakes, cupcakes. Maybe I was very lucky but this cafe is quite quiet so you can actually enjoy your afternoon tea without hundreds of people coming and going.I will definitely be coming back as this place offers peaceful respite from Oxford street.
Top H&M , shorts Top shop
Last weekend I went for brunch with my blogger friend to Ivy Chelsea garden. We had booking for 3pm but both of us were running late so we lost our table. Staff was very nice, they still gave us table outside as this was mainly where I wanted to sit and take some pictures. Flower wall and furniture is very nice there. However you are only allowed to have drinks there, for an actual brunch we had to move to back garden which was very picturesque !Pots and pergolas, tinkling water features, antiques mirrors peeping out from behind trailing wisterias and climbing roses. This restaurant feels really quite classy.
Trousers ZARA , Top H&M , shoes ZARA
Couple of weeks ago I’ve discovered another amazing place for an Afternoon tea. Sanderson hotel will blow your mind away! Literally! This hotel has decor to die for! Just tell me who would not like to have their afternoon tea in stunning garden, ultimately beautiful space draped with dreamy voiles and tranquil plants? On the top you can enjoy floral swing ( just to let you know they will have it for the whole summer) and flamingos! Real perfection for the ‘gram!
Top & Skirt from H&M , shoes ZARA