Afternoon Tea is said to be introduced in Britain in the mid-1800s by a woman named Anna, before it was common to eat to main Meals a day and early Breakfast. Afternoon Tea is introduced as a small mid-day meal between breakfast and dinner Today’s afternoon tea Haven’t changed much since 19th century- It includes […]
London, UK January 2016 Established in 1837, Brown’s Hotel is in the middle of Mayfair between Green Park (5 minute walk) and Piccadilly Circus (8 minute walk) Stations.
This first post is about my time in London. This was not my first visit to England’s capital. Actually, I visited twice before when I was in high school and it is the city that actually sparked my love affair with Western Europe. I went on to study Western European History in college and history […]
The Afternoon Tea at the infamous THE DORCHESTER is something that every foodie should experience at least once in a lifetime. Surrounded by live piano music, high quality champagne and fresh-out-the-oven scones, the saying “heaven on earth`” will start to gain a new meaning. The decorum is also dream-like, with fresh flowers added everyday. Proudly […]
The Goring, Beeston Place, London SW1 The closest hotel to Buckingham Palace, The Goring has been a firm Royal favourite for many years, since it first opened its doors. The coronations of George VI and Her Majesty The Queen saw the hotel filled with royalty attending these great occasions from all over the world. The […]