Italian evening

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Hello there! I’ve decided to indulge you with an italian treat in-between my Cuba adventure posts. Are you hungry yet? Yes me too, and you will be thirsty for some wine very very soon!

I was lucky enough to be invited to Veeno to join their wine tasting and snacking event by their lovely staff! Sounds heavenly, I know.

Now, I’ve never been wine tasting before so the whole experience was amazing. Tried 6 different types of wine, two whites, three reds and a dessert wine. Made me feel very classy indeed! Not to mention we started our night with a glass of prosecco! I was a happy bunny.

The testing menu comes with a platter full of nibbles!!!! (I always get excited when it comes to food..) Delicious Italian treats, each of them being carefully selected to go with the wine. And their olive oil is to die for! Gonna get a bottle next time I go.

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My favourite wine was definitely the Frappato & Nerello, and even though was supposed to be enjoyed with salami, I loved it just as much with the focaccia and olives. I’m not usually a red person but this wine made me change my mind. It was really smooth and easy to drink. And you can even take it home if you want!

The place is super cosy and welcoming, with an italian vibe, right in the centre of Manchester.  I’ve wanted to go for a while but I just didn’t get the chance so I was super happy when I got the invite! I have already planned my next visit!

They have a very long list of wine and prosecco, but if you can’t decide, the wine tasting menu is quite varied and affordable. I totally recommend,especially if you are, such as myself, quite new to on wine tasting boat! Such an amazing experience. And the best bit, the lovely staff is right there throughout your visit to give you the help you need to enjoy your evening!

 

 

Make sure you check their website to see what other events they have on! They’re based in Manchester, Leeds, York, Liverpool, Harrogate and Nottingham!

Let me know if you’ve ever been! Do you have any other suggestions for wine tasting in Manchester?

Love, Sim x

 

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Comptoir love

Ever since I have started watching Estee’s vlogs ( you can find them here in case you have been living under a rock and don’t know who she is haha) I’ve been wanting to try Comptoir. And lucky me, there’s one 5 mins away from our flat that opened a few months ago! So we decided to give it a go.

I love Lebanese food anyway, but seriously, this place is absolutely insane. I just wanted to keep eating. And their veggie menu is so diverse, I struggled to decide what to have. You can have a browse on their website if you’d like!

We shared their dip platter thingy for starter because we couldn’t decide on one dish. Seriously I just wanted to order everything on that menu. It was so hard. And look how insanely good it looks. Dreamy!

 


For drinks I went for the carrot and ginger juice, which was great but maybe a bit to gingery for my taste. Gonna try something else next time. I got the large one and it was hugeeee, I have to admit I couldn’t finish it.


For the main, the boy went for lamb tagine and I was advise by the lovely staff to have the aubergine moussaka with vermicelli rice. I’ve had moussaka before, my grandma used to make it lots and I also had it in Greece but I can’t even explain it, this one was so much better. They can’t even be compared, this one is a completely different league. The photo doesn’t do them justice, they looked 10 times better in real life.


As if we didn’t have enough already, we ended up having desert as well. Same problem occurred, had no idea which ones to choose so we went for all of them. I don’t regret a thing. They were so good I even forgot to take photos of them.

I am definitely going back again soon. It has to be one of my favourites restaurants of all time! These are big words but true nonetheless.

Do you like Lebanese food? Have you tried Comptoir?

Love, Sim x

The grainy salad -summer special


In case you haven’t already noticed, the last few recipes have been very summer focused as I have started to be pretty obsessed with this summerless summer that has been going on. (word to self: how many times can I include summer in a sentence? …summer)

The past couple of weeks have been a bit weird in terms of weather and although some days weren’t as hot as I wanted them to be, I was in a very strange summery mood. It might be because we are soon departing to the very exotic Greece for a week – yay!

Therefore, our dinners have more or less been the same… let me introduce you the grainy salad! The smoked trout recipe that I posted a couple of weeks ago has this salad going on, but it has evolved so much since then that I needed to share it with you.

Warning!!!! This is not a ‘what you’re used to’ recipe, is more of a guidance post to let you experience with your summer food super easy!

I came up with this grainy salad idea while I was thinking for a good light summery recipe for the boy. He hates salads (mental…), those salads that are just veg and they don’t really taste of anything, flavourless and sad, you get the idea. I didn’t really fancy another steaming hot meal, I know it hasn’t been hot around here but I told you I’ve been feeling incredibly summery lately. So I had to compromise: the grains in question are still warm when I add them to the rest of the veg that form the salad so it’s not too hot but it isn’t cold either.


How to and what you need:

  • Choose your BASE

Any type of lettuce, baby spinach leaves, kale, basically any greens that you fancy

  • Choose your GRAINS

You can be boring and go for brown rice or quinoa or be super adventurous and choose one of the following: Bulgar wheat, Freekeh, Buckwheat, Millet and so on! My personal favourite is the middle east Freekeh as it’s got a really delicious smokey flavour- yum!

  • Choose your VEG

If you want to go for a green grainy salad, your safest bet will be cucumbers, courgettes rocket and green pepper. But if you’re like me and like to mix and match, radishes, tomatoes and red peppers will go down a treat! Be creative, and use the veg that are in season or at your local organic shop. Corn on cob is in season at the moment so that will be an amazing addition to any salad!!!!

  • Choose your FILLING(s)

A vegan options works just great here with some grilled tofu or aubergines(yummmm) or any grilled veg for that matter, but if you’re vegetarian, please go for grilled halloumi! It makes all the difference. You can also have egg or smoked salmon or baked/grilled fish. Seriously everything. You can even go for chicken if you’re into that sort of thing haha. It’s great if you’re having a nice summer bbq in the back garden!

  • Choose your SAUCE

I recently tried Sarah’s spicy tahini sauce from her My new roots book and I have been making it over and over again with slight changes( will def blog about it seeing it’s been such an important part of my summer), but you can go for a simple lemon and maple sirup drizzle or go for chipotle. This recipe is so good because it’s open to interpretation and you can make it your own! Also a peanut sauce will be great. The boy makes a great Asian peanut sauce, promise I’ll blog about it soon.

  • Choose your TOPPING

This is starting to sound more and more like subway haha, but I promise this is the last ingredient and arguably the best one. You can top your salad with nuts( flaked almonds, crushed peanuts, pine nuts ect) seeds ( sunflower, pumpkin, chia, sesame ect) roasted or as they come or just herbs (rosemary, coriander, dill ect). I quite like to keep it simple with nutritious yeast flakes . Up to you!

Choose wisely! And let me know if you try it! #grainysalad

Love, Sim x

Quinoa and Bulgar Wheat Summer Recipe


I though I’ll share with you this perfect summer meal as it’s almost mid august and UK still hasn’t had summer. I guarantee sunshine and happiness comes with this dish. Okay maybe I am exaggerating things a little bit but every time I have this dish I think of hot summer days somewhere on a Greek Island. It’s such a light and flavoursome meal and it’s so easy to make! And it will most likely brighten up a gloomy UK summer day. How’s that for a great dinner?!

The recipe is super simple, Ciaran makes it all the time. And the best thing about it is that you can use any summer veg you like and roast them. They are all delicious! My personal favourites are vine tomatoes and peppers, which taste super delicious in summer. The boy hates tomatoes so he never has them so they are not a key element. We literally use what we have in the fridge so it’s a great meal to make just before the food shop. Last time we had it we used some asparagus we found at the bottom of the fridge and it went down a treat!

Here is what you need to serve 2( plus leftovers for lunch tomorrow!) :

  • 120g quinoa and bulgar wheat mix ( you can find it both in Tesco and Waitrose and probably some other big supermarkets but these are the ones we get ours from)
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 peppers
  • handful of tomatoes
  • baby asparagus
  • any other veg you fancy ( I read somewhere radishes are great roasted, haven’t tried it but maybe it’s worth the risk?)
  • halloumi (skip if you’re vegan but it really makes this dish perfect)
  • olive oil
  • veg stock

Cook the quinoa and bulgar wheat mix following the instructions on the pack or do what we do:

Fill the pan with the quinoa then fill with water boiled from the kettle so the quinoa is covered by approximately 1-1.5 inches of water. Add a vegetable stock cube and bring up to a boil. Water will be absorbed and once the water has all been absorbed take away from the heat and its ready to serve. Make sure that you fluff the quinoa with a fork before serving. Once plated drizzle the quinoa with lemon juice and olive oil, I use just under 1 lemon for 2 people.

While that is bubbly away on your hob, cut the peppers in convenient sizes, we left us quite big and roast them. We use our small griddle (you can find it here) but I’m sure they taste equally as good if you grill them in the oven. Just make sure you turn them on both sides and sprinkle them with olive oil. And keep a constant eye on them!!!

The griddle technique is better for me as I don’t have to use any oil and I have full control of it. Do the same with the tomatoes ( roast them whole as they get mushy when cut). You can use either cherry tomatoes, plumb tomatoes or small vine tomatoes, as long as they aren’t too big.

Bulgar wheat green salad with smoked trout

I had a few posts planned for weeks but I just didn’t get around to finish them. But I just had to share this incredibly easy dinner that I made tonight and the boy absolutely loved! It’s so easy to make and super healthy and it’s a great meal for when you have people over! No one will need to know it’s so basic!

The recipe that I made serves 2 hungry hippos with a bit of extra for lunch tomorrow or 4 normal people who already had a starter!

Here’s what you need:

For fish:

  • 2 or 4 smoked fresh trout fillets (you can also use fresh trout or salmon, I’m sure it will taste great although the smokiness gives it a little extra something!)
  • 4 garlic cloves (we love garlic so if you’re not a fan, maybe use less haha)
  • rosemary (I used fresh but dry rosemary shouldn’t make much of a difference)
  • thyme (same as rosemary)
  • coriander seeds
  • oregano
  • black pepper
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1/4 juice of a lemon

For  the salad:

  • 120g bulgar wheat ( you can use quinoa or quinoa and bulgar wheat mix as well, but follow the steps on the pack as they might need less water)
  • 600ml fresh cold water
  • half a cube veg stock (optional)
  • half a british round lettuce ( just being picky here as that’s my favourite lettuce of the lot but any lettuce works)
  • handfull kale
  • handfull rocket
  • half large cucumber ( just to give you guys a rough idea of how much cucumber I used, small cucumbers are even better)
  • salt and pepper
  • 3/4 juice of a lemon
  • 2 splashes of maple syrup

Make sure you start with the bulgar wheat as it needs a bit of time to cool down before you mix it up with the greens.

In a pan, add 600ml cold fresh water and 120g bulgar wheat and the veg stock and bring to boil, then cover and leave to simmer for about 15 mins (until all the water is gone). In the meantime, turn on the oven at 180 degrees to warm up.

Add all the herbs and pepper in a pestle and mortar and grind. Crush the garlic (I used a garlic crusher but cutting it in small pieces should work) and mix it in a small bowl with the olive oil and a pinch of salt. Add the herbs and mix well. Put aside.

Sprinkle all the olive oil and herbs mix on your fish and top with lemon juice and some more rosemary and leave in the oven for 20 mins.

When the bulgar wheat is cooked, strain it and leave it to cool down about 15 mins. While you’re waiting for your fish to cook and your bulgar wheat to cool, start prepping the greens. What I do is chop everything in bite size pieces but it’s up to you! Be creative! You can use a spiralizer for the cucumber or leave the lettuce leaves intact. Add a bit of salt and mix well. By this point the bulgar wheat shouldn’t be hot anymore so add it over your greens and mix well. Don’t be afraid to use your hands! Add the lemon, some pepper and maple syrup. Mix some more. Serve in a big bowl so everyone can have as much they want!

While prepping everything, make sure you keep an eye on your fish and check regularly as you don’t want it to be overcooked. It could be ready in 15 mins, really depends how good your oven is. You can use frozen fish as well, just keep it in a bit longer.

That’s all! Super yummy food in 35 minute! Couldn’t have been easier. It’s a great summer dinner and everyone will ask for the recipe.

Let me know if you try it! Hope you guys like it as much as we did!

Love, Sim x

5 bits and bobs: Burger places in Manchester (veggie friendly)


It’s a bit funny that even though most of my meals are super healthy and I love fat free dinners, burgers have to be my favourite food of all time. Good burgers that is, followed closely by good pizza. Okay, not sure which one of these two are my favourite but that is irrelevant at this particular moment in time.

So on this horrible, gloomy and rainy Monday, while sat at my desk in the office at lunch time, I will share with you lot my top 5 burger places in Manchester. I don’t believe there is anything better than having a satisfying burger at the end of a long day, a burger so delicious that you don’t even feel bad to stuff your whole face in it!

Oh yeh, one thing that is probably against any burger rules haha, I am a veggie so the following burger places are guaranteed to have mouth watering veggie burgers. Although I have been told by the boy, and I could more or less promise, the meat versions are equally as good!

1. I would have to start with Almost Famous because I am yet to find a better place that serves veggie burgers. Although a recent find (no.2 on the list) has to be very close behind as their veggie patch is absolutely amazing, but I will get to that in a bit. For those of you who don’t know what Almost Famous is, basically the heaven of all burgers. They are gourmet burgers so it will be a whole new experience, and they have yummy cocktails, creamy milkshakes and super sweet deserts. They are all worth trying so I suggest to give it a try ! They started in Manchester but are all over the North now, so you’ll find them in Liverpool and Leeds too!

2. We bumped into Bangers and Bacon at Castlefield Market a while ago and the boy tried their meaty sausages. So we had to go try them out in their new place at The Kitchens in Spinningfields. I know the name and sausages and everything sounds completely against my beliefs but trust me when I say this, their veggie version is as good as it can get!

3. Another good one that is on our list since the beginning is Solita! Funny enough, the boy and I had our first date there and man their burgers were good! And they have so much more, so if by any chance you are not a huge burger fan, there will be something on the menu to make you happy! And they’re expanding so watch out for a Solita Restaurant in your area haha!

4. My forth option would probably be Shake Shack but I decided to make a Manchester list so as they haven’t got that far north with their franchise, I’ll have to forget about them for now. And I’ll continue with Handmade burger. They have the longest list of burgers I have ever seen! They even have more than one veggie burger on their menu which is refreshing. One to try for sure!

5. My last but not least burger place is GBK! Which is probably the easiest to get to if you don’t live in Manchester! Their burgers are good, the staff is always super helpful and extra nice no matter which restaurant you go to, and their skinny fries are the bestest!!! And they’ve changed their menu not so long ago so they’ve got so much more to offer now. We were super impressed when we last went and we decided to put it on the top 5 burger places list. That has to say something.

This is exclusively a Manchester list so I am very well aware that there are lots of good burger places out there. Nevertheless, if you’ve got any other amazing places within the Manchester area, please let me know as we’re always looking for a new good burger place to try out!

There are actually a few more places that I’ve recently discovered and I want to try so keep an eye out for the next burger post if you’re into this sort of things ha!

What do you think of my burgers list? Are any of these your favs? Will you be trying them?

Love, Sim x

Huevos Rancheros with homemade special guac

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This is probably my favourite meal of whole time, mostly because I could have it everyday and not get bored of it and because it just so fresh and delicious! You feel absolutely amazing after eating it! I know this is supposed to be a breakfast dish but I just don’t understand why… Okay it has eggs, but that doesn’t prove anything ha, I love eggs and I put them on anything if I have the chance. Who doesn’t love a good poached egg in a creamy bowl of soup? Just me? oh okay… Anyway huevos rancheros is a bit too filling and there’s too much going on for me so I decided it makes an incredible dinner, especially an after workout dinner!! And it’s a great dish to just mix all your super foods in! Get ready for an overload of eggs!

Unfortunately, this is the boy’s creation as he’s the one that’s been to Mexico, but nevertheless one worth sharing !

Here’s what you need for the huevos rancheros, but you can add whatever veg you like really.

  • handfull kale, chopped
  • handfull baby spinach leaves, chopped
  • 1 red onion, finely chopped
  • 1 pepper, diced
  • 1 small chilli (or chilli flakes if you don’t have any fresh ones handy)
  • 1 courgette, diced
  • a few cloves on garlic, crushed
  • 300ml passata (or any tomatoey paste for that matter)
  • a knob of coconut oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • two eggs per person
  • tortillas
  • extras: sweetcorn, peas

The recipe should be enough for 4 people but we always save some for next day. Plus they will always ask for seconds so you’d better be prepared!

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To make the salsa,place kale, spinach, onion, peppers, courgette, garlic and passata into a bowl. Season to taste and mix well.

Heat the oil in frying pan or wok over a medium heat and add the salsa. The boy usually makes two portions at the time, but it depends on the size of pan you’ve got really. You could also make one portion at the time in a super cute cast iron dish and serve it as it is. Careful though, it will be super hot! Anyway, back to our salsa, stir to warm through, than make a few wholes and place the eggs inside!

Put the lid on and let it cook for 3-4 minutes, until the whites are firm. Serve with plenty of tabasco (our favourites are chipotle, habanero, and the green pepper one), guac and tortillas and enjoy!

Ps. Tortillas are best warm, so you can put them either in the oven for a bit under grill or in the microwave.

For the homemade guac (this one is mine ha!)

  • two avocados, the softer the better
  • handful of coriander
  • half a red onion, finely chopped (you can add the other half in the huevos rancheros)
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 handful baby tomatoes, choppped
  • 1 hard boiled egg, mashed with a fork
  • the juice of 1 lime
  • plenty of pepper and a bit of salt!

For the guac I usually use a liquidiser but if the avocados are soft enough, a fork will do the job just fine!

Cut the avocados in half and rotate around the pit until it falls. Peel them instead of spoon, apparently all the nutritious ingredients lie in that tiny area in-between the skin and the middle, so you make the most of it when peeling them! Dice them and add them in the liquidiser container together with the lime juice and some salt and pepper. Blitz a couple of times and then add egg, tomatoes, onion, garlic and more pepper! Mix them all together with a fork ( I like my guac with bits, but you can use the liquidiser some more to make it smoother) and then add the chopped coriander at the end!

The hard boiled egg is def the special ingredient and you won’t actually taste it but it makes the guac amazing! Yum!

Guac is so easy to make you’ll never buy the shop version ever again!

<<Can’t seem to find a photo of the guac but i’ll make some more soon, take some photos and updated this post!>>

Have you ever had huevos rancheros or any other Mexican dish that you recommend? Let me know!

Love, Sim x

Green quinoa risotto

I know I’ve been away for quite a while but I had a very busy week and weekend! <Blog posts with what I’ve been up to coming soon!> But until then, here’s one of my favourite recipes ever that I’ve discovered a couple of weeks ago!

Who would have thought you don’t have to make rice risotto to satisfy your Italian needs?! This quinoa risotto is all you could ever ask from a super healthy meal!

I got the ”My new roots” book by Sarah B the other week and I couldn’t help but make the risotto straight away. It’s a brilliant book, I highly recommend it ! It’s great for vegetarians and vegans but also for all the healthy spirits out there!  And it has lots of delicious deserts ! Win win situation right here!

Make sure you check out her quinoa risotto recipe, or if you’re feeling adventurous she’s got a sun flower seeds risotto up on her blog!

I’ll put down my version of her incredible risotto if you feel maybe this version is more you!

What you need (makes enough for three):

  • coconut oil
  • one medium red onion
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 cup (170g) of quinoa, well rinsed
  • 2 and a half cups of veg stock in hot water
  • some italian hard cheese
  • about 3 handfuls of rocket, spinach and kale
  • frozen peas
  • pink Himalayan salt and black pepper
  • spring onions
  • tiny bit of olive oil
  • smoked paprika

Melt a knob of coconut oil in a big pan over medium heat until it melt completely. I love using coconut oil, it makes the food taste so exotic and delicious! And it’s also good for you! Add the diced red onion and sauté for a couple of minutes, until it is soft. Add the garlic and quinoa and give it a food stir so everything is nicely coated.

Add the hot veg stock next and bring the mix to boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 10-15 mins. At this point you are supposed to add the grated cheese( the risotto should be pretty raw) but I forgot and I added the cheese when the risotto was almost done, together with the frozen peas ( about 5 mins before I took it off the heat completely). It tasted great so I guess it’s up to you really! Make sure you add a tiny bit of salt and plenty of black pepper!

While your risotto is cooking away, put the spring onion greens in the oven on grill, sprinkle with some olive oil and lots of smoked paprika and let it grill for about 15 mins or more, until the spring onions turn super soft and smell delicious! Slice the remaining of the spring onions and put aside.

Back to the risotto, let it simmer until it is almost done, take it off the heat and fold the rocket, spinach and kale.

To serve, put the risotto into a bowl, add the grilled spring onions on top. Sprinkle with some more grated cheese, the sliced spring onions and lots and lots of pepper. Sarah says to put some olive oil on top but I think there’s already enough fat in the meal and therefore I skipped this part. The boy did have it with olive oil and he loved it so it’s again up to you! Make sure you serve hot!

Hope you guys like it as much as we did! And make sure you show your love to the amazing Sarah B for being so inspirational in what she does !!!

Love, Sim x

5 bits and bobs: Best takeaways

    

I was debating whether to write about a good healthy recipe or a great dinner out location but I decided to write something more comforting after a long week, when the only thing you want to do is put your comfy pants on and watch TV !  

Dadammmm I present to you my top 5 Manchester takeaways!

1. Munch. We only tried their curry but I think it’s fair to say this was probably the best curry I’ve ever had ! And I lived near curry mile for three years haha, I probably tried everything!

2. Wasabi. This Japanese restaurant does takeaway as well! And their sushi is pretty good ! I love sashimi so I was pleasantly surprised to see how tasty and fresh it was when it got to our flat! I reckon it also helps how close you are from the actual restaurant but I fully recommend when you’re in need of sushi!

3. Ya souvlaki gyros. We have been introduced to this Greek takeaway by our Greek friends about a year and a half ago. They said it was the closest to the traditional Greek food you could ever get here! I have to admit it was pretty damn good, but then again, everything that’s got halloumi is pretty much perfect to me ! I’ll let you try this one and decide for yourself!

4. Deliveroo. I don’t know if you’ve heard of this one before but it isn’t an actual takeaway. What Deliveroo does is great, they basically deliver delicious restaurant food to your door!!! They’ve got a pretty big list of restaurants and although they give quite a long waiting time , ours got here pretty quick. It’s great actually , can’t recommend it enough !

5. Nudle. The reason why this takeaway is on the list is because it used to be amazing! Not too expensive, very big portions and great quality noodles ! I couldn’t recommend it enough ! I’m pretty sure every single one of my friends have tried and were not disappointed. But that was when they didn’t do takeaway or became famous. Unfortunately, now thay are very pricey, portions became super small and the overall quality of the meal has lowered. Nevertheless , they are still worth trying because they’re probably the only ones of this kind in Manchester ! 

<Warning: their price almost double in the past 2 months and most of the toppings that used to be free of charge are now about 75p extra each .. Not impressed.>
I decided to share this list with you because I love discovering good takeaways once in a while even though I’m a healthy food freak! There’s something about takeaways food that makes you feel so good ! 

I know there isn’t a proper Chinese takeaway in the list above but I was pretty dissapointed with all the ones we’ve tried! Please do let me know if you know any good ones as I always love a good Chinese on a Friday night!

Let me know what you think! And share your fav takeaways in the comments !!!! 

Love, Sim x 

5 bits and bobs: Happy weekend

I know I haven’t been very active on the blog lately and I appologise, but I do have a good reason for it! I went to London over the weekend and I had such a good time ! 

My weekend in pictures  

         

1. London itself should be a good reason to be happy. Although I don’t think I could ever live down there, I love it when I go for a few days at the time. It’s so alive and busy, there’s so much going on and you will never get bored.

2. The main reason why I went down to London this weekend was to attend Kayla Itsines’ bootcamp and it was everything I ever imagined it will be and more! If you don’t know who she is, let me just introduce you and then make sure you check out her website. So Kayla is this lovely Australian fitness trainer who managed to help millions of girls around the world with her brilliant bbg guides!  Her guides and Instagram account are just perfect if you’re usually not motivated enough to stick to a health and fitness routine. She’s just amazing !

3. My post workout lunch was an amazing sushi session with my bestie at sticks n sushi. We went to the one in Covent Garden and it was delicious! Def one of the best sushi I’ve ever had! We decided on a lovely sashimi mix ( if you don’t know me , sashimi is basically my life) and one of the sushi platters off their lazy menu to share ! If you live in London or you’re around , make sure you give it a go. I promise it will be worth it ! 

4. I managed to time my London trip just right and therefore I joined my bestie to her end of the year party. The theme was ‘tropical’ and the venue was next to St Paul Cathedral so you can probably imagine how stunning the views were! They had really yummy food and great tropical decorations! We had a really good time !

5. My top 5 thing that made my weekend was our Sunday breakfast! We had organic eggs omelette with juicey radishes and green, yellow and red cherry tomatoes. It was so delicious and I’m sure it def cured some hungovers haha! 

Hope you had a great weekend! Let me know what you’ve been up to!

Love, Sim