09 November 2005

Day Tripper


One of my favorite places in London, right off High Street Kensington. I've never been there in the summer...it looks like they have outdoor seating...they never had that in April!

Anyway, it's a lovely place to get cream tea (the best scones in the world!) and not break your budget. Then you can walk to nearby Kensington Church Street and browse the antique shops until you get to Notting Hill. Now that you have all the caffeinated energy and a satisfied belly, it's time to blow all the pounds in your wallet on Portobello Road!

16 comments:

BonBon said...

The muffin man is the best. Never had better scones in my life(although yours are rather good O tea Queen). And the ambience...Remember how I went in there as Superna girl? heehee

k said...

you talk about it as if it were a 20 min. subway ride away. ha. goes to show it really is your second home.

.:.marie.:. said...

Yes, that place IS wonderful. And the Devon cream is to die for.

Stevie ~ mono no aware said...

A note closer to home...Alices tea cup opened a place on 64th street off lexington. U probably already know this but in anycase I say we all team up and go there for a 'spot of tea!'

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