I love trips to London. And my most recent trip was made even more special by being able to spend it with a close friend! On her recommendation, we spent our first morning in the city at a delicious joint called Curators Coffee!With huge windows, lots of light, and beautiful geometric, monochromatic details – how could I not love the place?We spent (far too much) time umm-ing and ah-ing over what to chose from the mouthwatering selection of freshly made bakes for our breakfast.After making the most difficult decision of the day, we perched on comfy stools at the wooden window bar.As always, my first priority was coffee (and I’ll tell you now, that their coffee is really good!) but Kasimiira decided to go for a morning cuppa.
The rest of us were practically mesmerised by the many different instruments that she had been presented with, in order to successfully brew and enjoy her cup of tea!
The most notable was, of course, the rather aesthetically pleasing hourglass timer.But regardless of different tastes in beverage – we all have (if I do say so myself) exquisite taste in pastries! And none of us were shy in digging into our first meal of the day.From the exclusive weekend Brunch menu’s Crosstown Doughnuts to a moist Orange and Lemon Cake, we barely left a crumb on the plate. We acknowledge that we have hardly made a dent in the delicious desserts on sale.
So I guess we’ll just have to revisit on our next trip to London!
We drained our drinks, collected our things, and headed off to collect our all important press passes from the Soho area.
Stay tuned for the next blogpost to coverage dedicated to exploring London Fashion Week!