So when writing this post, I was sitting in a coffee shop and my computer suddenly decided to shut down! Luckily it has saved it, but it has just been acting so weird lately. I wish I could afford a new one ! But then again think of all the great food, clothes, travel and so on that you could by from the same amount of money!🤔
Anyway😊 When writing I was sitting in such a nice café/coffee-shop, which I just randomly found, going for a walk, when taking a break from studying – and I really think it’s going be my new writing/blogging to-go place!! First it just looked like your typical London filled-up/stressed atmosphere coffee house, but then I went down stairs, where they have a huge seating area, with a really nice, cozy and relaxed wibe. Perfect for writting! Only half of the seating were taking, I don’t think people realize that they have seating downstairs as well – I found it kind of hidden and spend 10 minutes sitting up stairs before noticing it, on my way to leaving. Really nice background music, and the coffee is one of the better ones I have tried in London 😀
Sorry that is the kind of discoveries that makes me in a good mood! 😉
I have another veggie restaurant recommendation for you. It’s one of the most homey restaurants I have ever been to! Bonnington Café, is located in Vauxhall, south of central London, (where I spend the first month of my time here in London living). It’s never going to by my favourite part of London, but it definitely has its charm and hidden treasures – like Bonnington Cafe.
All the food is vegetarien and there is 3 courses, with 2 options in every course. The concept is that there is not just one team of chefs, but a whole network of chefs from all over the world, who takes turn every day in customising a new menu. In their website you therefor won’t be able to read about the menu, but to read about the chefs. I really love this concept, and think it is a great opportunity for both the chefs and also for the guest – to expand their cultural food habits and be able to come their again and again and have an great food experiences!
When we were there the food was a mix of south american and british – it was like food you would make at home – better (if that makes sense). It was really tasty, and compared to the price, it is just fantastic! AND the best part is that we could bring our own wine – so instead of spending 25-30 pounds on an okay wine, which you often do in restaurants – we could spend only 10 pounds on an actually better wine from the supermarket! I think the main course was like 6-7 pounds, starter 4 and the desert 3. So if you want a nice dinner night out with some friends, but don’t have the biggest budget, just go here and you don’t have to look worried when sorting through the menu and thinking about if you should choose starter or dessert!🙌