Where: Cinnamon Soho, Kingly Street When: April 2017 Price: £25 per head with a glass of prosecco Rating: **** In short: A novelty afternoon tea that isn’t just style over substance
Where: manna, Primrose Hill When: March 2017 Price: £50 – mains and a carafe for 2 Rating: * * * * In short: delicious, slightly fancy vegetarian food, well worth travelling north for.
In 2010 vegetarianism was something I just did not get. Vegetables are gross. How boring to just eat salad all the time! How stupid to forego such delights as steak and lamb and duck. Mmmmm duck. Over the course of 2016, however, I finally decided that being a vegetarian is the right thing to do.
Travelling is the best thing ever, but charging your batteries enough to power through weeks of new experiences can be tough. Navigating new cities and foreign languages in search of a decent vegetarian meal can sometimes expend more energy than it reaps. Fear not, plant-loving Interrailers, for I have done the hard work for you. What follows is … More My top recommendations for the Vegetarian Interrailer
Last stop on our European journey was Berlin – a compulsory destination for a history nut (me!) with a particular interest in the memorialisation of difficult pasts.
Prague is super, I loved it, you have to go.
The first thing that hit us when we got to Bratislava was how different it is.