City Breaks

London Mini Guide

One of the things I love most about cities is that they are ever changing. No matter how long you live in a city, it is impossible to ever completely conquer it. No matter how avidly you frequent every new opening, there will always be one you miss. The vast and ever changing nature of cities can be overwhelming but it is also exciting. It means each time you revisit, you’ll uncover a different facet and your experiences will be entirely different to the last. On my most recent trip to London, I went in search of superfood eateries and pastel-hued houses and was wonderfully surprised with what I found. Below are just a few addresses I would recommend adding to your list on your next trip to London:


The best health bar I have frequented in London thus far. Juicebaby offers a vast selection of organic, cold pressed juices and the tastiest acai bowl outside of Australia.

Sushi Samba

Incredible sushi and creative Asian-inspired cocktails 38 floors high.


Buckets of flowers from the renowned florist Wild at Heart decorate the storefront at Liberty’s and are among the prettiest and the most Instagrammable bouquets in London. The Tudor designed department store will keep any shopper content for hours with floor after floor of high-end clothing and beauty brands.

Nama Foods

Everything served at Nama Raw is not only 100% raw and vegan, it’s also entirely scrumptious. If you’re even slightly intrigued by healthy eating or veganism, this place is sure to win you over.

Notting Hill

Notting Hill is everyone’s favourite area to aimlessly wander with its endless rows of pastel hued buildings.

Granger & Co.

This café is one of the chicest hangouts in Notting Hill. I will forever return for their homemade granola served with coconut yoghurt and berry compote.

Raw Press

With the popularity surrounding cold pressed juices quickly rising in London, Raw Press is leading the way in encouraging these vitamin-packed juices all over the city.

London Eye

A trip to London isn’t complete without going on the London Eye and enjoying the incredible panoramic views it offers.

No.11 Pimlico Road

Open all day and evening, this establishment has it all: freshly prepared food, seasonal menus, carefully concocted drinks and everything in between.


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Ashley says:

December 5, 2015 at 3:51 pm

So in love with the pastel houses! So bummed that I didn’t visit Notting Hill properly when I went to London. Gonna head back soon to see those babies! x thanks for sharing this, your photographs is amazing!

Alina Ermilova says:

December 5, 2015 at 6:34 pm

London is gorgeous any time of the year! I’m in love with those pastel houses!

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Tracy Zhang says:

December 5, 2015 at 9:04 pm

Bright, clean, and airy – love seeing this side of London. And yes to Raw Press!

Zsuzsi says:

December 6, 2015 at 12:46 pm

loving the pictures! they all look so whimsical! :) xx

Katja Tuovila says:

December 6, 2015 at 9:57 pm

Thank you for sharing this! Best blog!

Victoria says:

December 7, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Gorgeous guide! Some great spots I’m going to check out myself!

dominica says:

December 8, 2015 at 6:04 am

always nice to discover great places .. thanks for sharing


Madeleine à bicyclette says:

December 17, 2015 at 6:26 pm

I’m French girl who moved to London and then came back to France to follow my heart. Your pictures are so sweet with healthy food, I discover your blog with pleasure, very eye candy.

Katja Tuovila says:

December 17, 2015 at 7:56 pm

I wish you a Merry Christmas next week 2015! <3 and thanks for all you do this year with the blog!

Katja Tuovila says:

December 30, 2015 at 7:34 pm

Wish you a Happy New Year and all luck 2016! Thanks for all inspiration this year.

Ida Pahus says:

January 10, 2016 at 4:21 pm

Love this guide and beautiful city!! Amazed by your blog.