Where the Royals brunch in Stockholm

Are you planning a visit to Stockholm? I have discovered the perfect breakfast spot for a lazy Sunday morning; Café Egoïste, housed on the top floor of the Mood shopping Mall, in the heart of Ostermalm. The location is fantastic, right in the middle of the action, yet classy and enjoyable. They offer a pretty interesting…


Tales from the Two Puddings

Wondering what to do this Saturday? Why not grab a bite at Duck and Waffle and then pop down to the Bishopsgate Institute  to take a look at the photography exhibition ‘Tales from the Two Puddings’, launched in conjunction with the book release by first time author Eddie Johnson. Octogenarian Eddie, one of…


Naughty Nutella and M&Ms truffles

Warning! These little babies are highly addictive Making indulgent and naughty truffles doesn’t have to be a serious affair. Here is a super easy short-cut with my favourite chocolate and nut spread: NUTELLA. And yes, you can still show off your chocolatier skills with the girls, handing out this decadent treat after dinner, or surprising the boy with a romantic…


Legal beef high in Central London

Last October, after their successful summer pop-up, the Burger Breakout team decided to go permanent, and take over the kitchen of The Old Crown pub in Holborn.  Since then, it has been on my list, and last Saturday I finally had the chance to check it out. It was A’s birthday, and she…


Indian street-food pit stop

Last week, after a pretty intense Bikram yoga class, I needed a quick late-lunch pit stop, and Mooli’s was just a stone’s throw away, in Frith street. This tiny shop sells tasty Indian street food, sort of burrito-wraps made with Roti, Indian flatbread, filled with very appetising and healthy ingredients….


Third time lucky at Bubbledogs

Third time lucky. After giving up twice for the overwhelming queue all the way down Charlotte Street last fall, I learnt my lesson, and ventured to Bubbledogs for a late lunch, as opposed to my previous Friday night attempts. So here we are, Miss S and I, on a mid-week freezing…


Snuggly soup for a snowy night in

Today we woke up with a fluffy coat of snow over London. Thankfully earlier this week I stocked up on some groceries, because when it’s snowing in the big smoke, everything stops. Our capital just cannot cope! So for today The D@ily Out will be The D@ily In, I am…


A tasty excuse for Brunch at Caravan King’s Cross

I love my breakfast, the aroma of freshly made coffee, rich Greek yogurt with raspberry and crunchy granola, crispy piping hot almond croissants, and the papers, of course. But I love brunch even more. It’s a perfectly acceptable excuse to dress up on a Sunday morning, have a second breakfast,…


Silence is so underrated

Ever happened to be snoozing away on a train, and suddenly wake up because someone is shouting in their mobile phone? Or desperately trying to focus on a book, while on the bus, on a plane or in a cafe’ and find it impossible? Children screaming, parents lecturing them; teenagers…


A bespoke cocktail with a view at Duck and Waffle

My friend M is back from NYC. In fact quite a few of my friends are moving back to London, which is great! Is London the new NYC? Certainly the dining scene is booming compared to just a couple of years ago, and London is ranking high among the foodie…


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