Currently halfway across the globe in Kuala Lumpur, I am taking you to North Africa with this post...well, more precisely in a North African gem in the center of London, right next to Regent Street: Momo Restaurant & Bar.

Currently halfway across the globe in Kuala Lumpur, I am taking you to North Africa with this post.well, more precisely in a North African gem in the center of London, right next to Regent Street: Momo Restaurant & Bar.

North Audley Cantine or NAC is a few minutes walk from Bond Street Station. The place is divided in three part, the main restaurant which can seat 50 people, a mezzanine for groups up to 16 people, and a lounge cocktail bar in the basement. They are open for lunch, dinner and brunch.

North Audley Cantine or NAC is a few minutes walk from Bond Street Station. The place is divided in three part, the main restaurant which can seat 50 people, a mezzanine for groups up to 16 people, and a lounge cocktail bar in the basement. They are open for lunch, dinner and brunch.

where the pancakes are

Where the pancakes are? At Flat Iron Square near London Bridge

For this brunch address we head to East London and more precisely just right under the track of the Hoxton Overground, to Beagle.

For this brunch address we head to East London and more precisely just right under the track of the Hoxton Overground, to Beagle.

Generally, January and February are not the best months to start a diet for a French person. Between the King's cake, the Chandeleur when we traditionally eat crepes and Shrove Tuesday (mardi gras), not forgetting to throw some cheese raclettes and tartiflettes in the mix, we've got those two months covered to get us through the winter. Given my love for crepes, the Chandeleur and Shrove Tuesday, are obviously my favourite celebrations and Blanchette Soho and Les Deux Amies truly treated me…

Generally, January and February are not the best months to start a diet for a French person. Between the King's cake, the Chandeleur when we traditionally eat crepes and Shrove Tuesday (mardi gras), not forgetting to throw some cheese raclettes and tartiflettes in the mix, we've got those two months covered to get us through the winter. Given my love for crepes, the Chandeleur and Shrove Tuesday, are obviously my favourite celebrations and Blanchette Soho and Les Deux Amies truly treated me…

Different ways to enjoy an afternoon tea in LondonWhen I moved to London, I quickly discovered the traditional afternoon teas or high teas, as this is something even more important than brunches. Of course, there are thousands of options available, and loads I still want to try, but here is an overview of the different type of afternoon tea that I’ve discovered in London over the past few years.

Different ways to enjoy an afternoon tea in LondonWhen I moved to London, I quickly discovered the traditional afternoon teas or high teas, as this is something even more important than brunches. Of course, there are thousands of options available, and loads I still want to try, but here is an overview of the different type of afternoon tea that I’ve discovered in London over the past few years.

London is full of places to brunch...the choice is endless. After some time, you end up having your favourites places to go to, but sometimes it's good to discover new places and J+A Cafe is one of those new discoveries.

London is full of places to brunch.the choice is endless. After some time, you end up having your favourites places to go to, but sometimes it's good to discover new places and J+A Cafe is one of those new discoveries.

Kipferl is not a new venue, as it opened in Angel on Camden Passage in 2011, but I only set foot for the first time here only one week ago...but this place has already become one of my favourite in the area. I went there for the first with a friend as we were looking for a place to catch up over a coffee and a cake. We already loved the place, but when I saw what was on offer on the menu, I knew I had to come back to try it.

Coffee shop in Angel

I already guided you through my favourite places for afternoon teas in London, and now is time to tell you about my favourite French spots in London. Nothing new here, as I think you would have heard of most of, if not all, of those places, but I wanted to put together the places I like to go back to regularly.

Discover the best French spots in London

Afternoon teas...such an institution here in the UK. I think I am more of a brunch person, but I love a nice afternoon tea every once in a while. Both my husband family and my family came to London this year to spend Christmas, and we decided to take everyone to an afternoon tea, and what is more British than the Hotel where Queen Victoria came to take her tea: The English Tearoom at Browns Hotel?

A British Afternoon Tea

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