It was really lovely to catch up with Frankie; we’ve not had the chance to spend too much time together, and it was great hearing how all her college work is going and what’s been going on in her life. As someone who’s also going to be a trainee lawyer her advice and opinions mean a lot to me!
Anyway, back to the food!
Frankie ordered the Eggs Benedict: a classic breakfast option (served with ham and not bacon, much to her preference – though we did have a good chuckle at the fact that if Kirsty had been there she would have insisted on bacon!) that was done to perfection.
As we caught up about what had been going on in both of our lives, and I heard all about Frankie’s plans for her birthday, I turned my little camera to admire the decor.
There are all the bright colours that you would expect from a Peruvian restaurant, and yet, all the amenities and serving style from a top London restaurant.
I loved the decor and thought it really brought the colours of Peru to London.
The buffet itself is a pretty healthy affair – well, at least it can be a healthy affair!
Your options include natural live cow’s milk yogurt with eucalyptus and chai seeds…
Lots and lots of delicious, fresh fruit…
No matter what your fruity preference, there’s bound to be something for you here!
And for those of us who aren’t feeling so guilt-conscious, croissants, fig and cinnamon brioche…
I mean honestly, there are more viennoiserie than you can possibly imagine… Or consume!
With a side of the cutest little pots of jam and marmalade.
What I really loved was that not only was the service excellent, the food (and the selection of it) were delicious, but that they also had the foresight to leave the morning’s papers for anyone to read.
Normally, I’ve always got the latest paper in my hand, but when I’m catching up with one of the girls – I don’t need any more news than what they’re telling me!