A London Guide – Cafe Crawl ft @Mayreejay

A London Guide – Cafe Crawl ft @Mayreejay


Guess who’s back? My girl Mayree was back in London for Fashion Week’s SS19 and we slipped in another collaboration. Kind of a part 2 following our previous one. Click here for the video… and here for the blogpost. Her blog crashed earlier this year so please subscribe again to the rebuilt one here.

On the previous video/blogpost, we’d shown you 10 Instagram worthy spots in London. This time around amidst the rains, we were able to visit 5 places. I also included Elan which I’d gone to earlier this year. Hope you enjoy this..feel free to spice up your London visits with these spots! 2018 video here.

Here goes..

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Foods That Could Make You Taste Delicious

Foods That Could Make You Taste Delicious

This is such a random post that I thought may come in handy for my girl readers. Did a bit of research on the topic and below are my findings.  View Post

How to Garnish your Gin & Tonic #ad

How to Garnish your Gin & Tonic #ad

With no sign of the gin comeback letting up anytime soon, Ginuary really couldn’t come at a better time. Whether you see it as mother’s ruin or it’s your go-to tipple, its best to drink your gin & tonic right.

Sabcho Gavrailov, Food & Beverage Manager at Sopwell House, reveals how to garnish your gin to ensure you can have a bar worthy G&T at home.

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Nergi Berry | currently loving

Nergi Berry | currently loving

Just imagine the kiwi 🥝 fruit without the hairy back, without the sour taste, in a smaller size with all that required vitamin c still. That’s what the Nergi basically tastes like in your mouth. Fortunately, the waitrose on my street (Finchley Road) stocks it. It’s actually grown in British farms I hear.

Find some of my shots with this new fruit-love of mine and don’t forget to check your closest Waitrose for some yummy-ness.

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London Restaurant Review D’LUXX Nigerian Restaurant

London Restaurant Review D’LUXX Nigerian Restaurant

Paid a visit to D’Luxx as suggested by a friend of mine a few weeks ago to try out their delicacies. We ordered different starters and mains and were not let down one bit.

In general, I’d give the place a 9 out of 10. Reason for the -1 was because out mains were served while we were still half way gone with the starters. Worthy to note that the goat 🐐 suya my friend had was the tastiest I’ve ever had in London. I kept 💭 ing about it days and days after. *sigh*. Hope you enjoy looking at the photos below..

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