Brunch with a view 🇬🇧❤️
Colombian eggs 🥑
Smoked salmon royale
House breakfast 🥓
The best views across London and definitely go for the experience.
Make sure to book 8 Weeks in advance as soon as bookings are open because this place is always full! Also worth add a request for a window seat 🏙
Food: 7/10 - would try the duck and waffle next time!
Price: £10-20 brunch mains, £15 for a mimosa 🥂(most drinks were fairly pricey)
Service: Friendly but maybe a little rushed, tables are only given for 1 and a half hours and they were slightly late seating us!
JUICE THE TWO OF US 💚
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Him: The Pacific with Black Kale, Apple, Mint, Lime, Spirulina & Alkaline Water
Her: Pumpkin Nut Mylk with Almonds, Cashew, Pumpkin purée, Cinnamon, Dates, Vanilla, Nutmeg cloves
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The one thing I love about fall is PUMPKIN EVERYTHING 😍😍😍 also I've never done a #MCM but I guess there's a first for everything 😂 head on over to @tylersjourney for wicked landscape photography! 🗻
Maltesers egglettes (7/10)
The egglettes are quite soft but I prefer a more crunchy outside🙈The fillings can only be found in half of the egglettes😶Also maltesers are not suitable to be used as fillings since they are too sticky.
This was my first time eating 😋#whelk (#seasnail ). I had escargot in french restaurants before, however I never had a chance to try whelk. .
🍽What is this dish?
It is "A #grilled whelk 🐚 with #kombu beurre blanc, sautéed #burdock and carrot"
The dish reflects the vision of blending historical ingredients and processes with influences from Canada's diverse immigrant populations (@gbchefs) The presentation was quite lovely. The Grilled whelk was served on skewers and placed in the whelk shell. The meat was sliced into small cubes and came in 3 little skewers. The meat was fresh, tender and succulent. It tasted similar to octopus, but it was sweeter, juicier and easier to chew.
The kombu beurre blanc was a little bit salty and sour. I think it went well with the whelk and the salad. If you like Japanese food, I think you will love the sauteed' burdock, carrots and wakame seaweed too. Everything was perfect! However, the portion was a bit small in my opinion. The price wasn't bad. It was $14. Every dish was well prepared and amazing! I think the idea of the restaurant is to provide an unforgettable dining experience with the taste of aboriginal Canadian food inspired by multi nationalities in Canada. If you have a big tummy, you should fill it up with their bread. .
#dinner with @selszina @tobincanada1 🙌
📍 @boralia_to #boraliato 👍🏼. .
I can’t express how exciting it is that now you can get Pelmeni outside of Ukrainian Village. Pelmeni are Russian/Eastern European (if we want to be PC) dumplings, and now you can try them in #LincolnPark 🤗
You can choose from several different fillings, and an abundance of dipping sauces. Also, the Kharcho soup is awesome 🍲
📸: Lamb & Chicken Pelmeni | Kharcho soup | Adjar, Tzatziki & Sriracha creme sauces | Cuteness (ie: Decor) 🙂