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Lunch at Mango Tree, Harrods

It’s not usual I dine out on my own. It’s been done but not frequently. But the other week when I visited Harrods to review Mango Tree, I had lunch alone and it felt like a real treat. Of course, the…

Hakkasan’s Ling Ling Menu

It’s been a while since I thought about my first holiday without my family. I was seventeen when I hopped on a plane to Greece one summer in between studying for my A-levels, along with one of my best friends and her…

Afternoon Treats at Yauatcha Soho

Last week I popped into Soho for an afternoon catch-up where Alix and I enjoyed Yauatcha’s fantastic cocktails. I had the Cha la lai which includes Belvedere vodka, black grapes, oolong tea, apple juice and Champagne whilst … … Alix had the Guava Bellini.…

Yauatcha Celebrates Turning 10 Years Old

I can easily say September is my favourite month. It’s when I celebrate my anniversary with the OH and it’s my birthday month too. And of course, it’s a good excuse to hit the shops for a brand new autumn…

Things to do in London this weekend: 1st & 2nd February 2014

1. Celebrate Chinese New Year at Yauatcha in Soho and whilst you’re there, have a look at the specially designed windows by Harvey Nichols. Every guest will also receive a special treat after their meal. You can find out more…

Dim Sum Lunch: Harvey Nichols and Yauatcha Celebrate the Year of The …

If you’re passing through Soho, you might want to walk past Yauatcha to take a look at their Chinese New Year window … Not just for the delectable-looking cakes but also because you will get to see the Harvey Nichols…

Things to do in London this weekend: 24th, 25th, 26th January 2014

1. Visit the Michelin-starred Chinese dim sum teahouse Yauatcha for lunch or afternoon tea. Not only to try the limited edition desserts: Red Macarons filled with mandarin ganache and mandarin pâte de fruit as well as the Red Petits Gateaux, which are jasmine…

The ultimate cocktail dessert at Hakkasan

It had been a while since I was last at Hakkasan and last week I visited the Mayfair branch for the first time. Like its original counterpart on Hanway Place, the interior is simple yet sumptuous as is everything on…

Phat Phuc Noodle Bar

Recently, I’ve had the bad habit of not blogging about my day-to-day life in Chelsea. I guess it’s because I’ve been presuming that everyone knows about these places or indulgences; that perhaps I might be stating the obvious. But, I’m…


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