|The Diamond jubilee bunting is still everywhere.|
We did the entire food walk but some of the best places were definitely:
Books for Cooks (opposite the Notting Hill Bookshop.... yes the one from the film Notting Hill... in case you wonder Hugh Grant was not there):
The Spice Shop (opposite Books for Cooks with shelves bursting with all kinds and varieties of spices):
El Camion (Very very good mexican food and great interiour):
Dri Dri Gelateria (which was surprinsingly empty especially for the superb ice-cream they had ... must have been because of the very British weather):
|Left salted caramel, right sesame vanilla cream.|
Our day in London ended with a visit to the Royal Albert Hall to see Laura Marling perform. It was fantastic. The building seemed so grand but once she was on stage it suddenly felt very intimate. Almost as if you were sitting right next to her rather than high up in the ranks. At times she was all alone on stage just her and her guitar. A perfect end to a very good day.