About Me

Rome-born Giulia is the coffee and brunch queen of London. As the co-founder of @IGBrunchClub, she provides curated brunch inspiration for her followers, one tasty post at a time.  Her Instagram combines travel too – handy that she’s a photographer – so expect to see wanderlust-inspiring pictures of cafes and restaurants around the world, from San Sebastian to Brittany. The Evening Standard

Hello and welcome, my name is Giulia Mulè. I am a food and travel blogger and photographer and I live in London.

I was born in Rome, Italy and I lived there until I was 25 years old. I always had a passion for traveling and curiosity for exploring the world, so after university I moved to New York to do an internship for 6 months. After that I won a scholarship to work in London and I have been here ever since.

My plan was to keep moving, but then I met Sandy – now my husband – and so I decided to stay here a while longer.

Since moving to London I have deepened my passion for photography and I have discovered a love for baking. At the time I used to work full time in an advertising agency (sitting at a desk all day) so baking and photography were not only my hobbies, but a way to being creative and active.

Giulia in Venice

At the end of 2011 I decided to combine my passions into a food photography and travel blog – Mondomulia.

I have been working on my blog full time since the end of 2014. My life nowadays is spent at home cooking and blogging; travelling to beautiful destinations for work and with my husband; exploring London; trying new restaurants and coffee shops.

I am usually with my iPhone 6 in hand, checking my emails or taking photos for my Instagram feed. In the evenings and weekends I try to put my phone away and relax by baking, watching a movie at the cinema or staying at home with my husband watching TV series on Netflix.



What is your blog about?

Mondomulia is a food, photography and travel blog. I focus on baking recipes, restaurant and coffee reviews, travel guides.

Why did you start a blog?

I created Mondomulia because I wanted a place to share my photos and cooking experiments, but also as an incentive to practice my photography skills. It quickly became much more than that: Mondomulia is now a part of who I am and a source of constant excitement, motivation and pride.

How often do you blog?

I try to blog twice a week, alternating recipes, reviews and travel posts.

Can I use your recipes on my blog or website?

You can share my recipes on personal blogs as long as you link back to my site. If you want to publish one of my recipes on a website or a publication, please contact me first to request permission.

Who takes the photos for you blog?

All the images on Mondomulia are my own work, unless stated. If you would like to use any of my photos, please contact me in advance.

Do you write sponsored posts?

Yes, I sometimes write sponsored posts. Please email me to discuss your offer and I will get back to you with an answer.

Do you get paid to write about restaurants?

No. I am sometimes invited to sample the food at new or existing restaurants in exchange for a review on my blog. In these instances, you will find a disclaimer at the bottom of my post. I only review places that I liked and that I want to recommend to my readers. I always share my honest opinion.

You live in London, which are your favourite food spots?

My favourite restaurant in London is Duck & Waffle. I love independent coffee shops and my favourite one is Workshop Coffee in Clerkenwell, an area full of great restaurants. My husband is from Mumbai and for Indian food we rely on Roti Chai in Marylebone or Gymkhana in Mayfair. I love Sunday brunch and one of my favourite places is M1lk in Balham or Dishoom. For eating out locally I love the Brixton Village and POP Brixton.

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  • Valeria

    Complimenti tesoro…fantastica idea, fantastiche foto – just on target – I have one million food envies now :(

  • Bellissimo blog e bellissime foto. In bocca al lupo per tutto!

    • Ciao Roby e grazie per i complimenti! :)

  • Your name is like the marriage of “Julia Gulia” from The Wedding singer. Er…I’m sorry for the lame reference. But I like your photography and your love of food. I’m looking forward to trawling your blog. :)

    • I loved The Wedding Singer! Never thought about the connection to my name though! ;) Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  • Isabelle

    Hi Giulia! Stumbled upon your flickr and blog today and am really enjoying your photos as well as your writing. Looking forward to going through older posts and new posts!

  • Miss P

    Hi Giulia, it was great meeting you at Gino Gelato the other day. It is always wonderful meeting someone as passionate about food as you. Keep up the lovely posts.

    • Thanks for the nice comment! I’m following your blog now, hope to meet again at future meet-ups!

  • Sandra

    You have a truly amazing blog! Loving it! Keep up the good work!

  • Claudio La Mantia

    ciao Giulia,
    ieri sera la tua mamma e papà a Selinunte in Sicilia mi han parlato del blog, e per curiosità mi sono collegato:
    anche se non sono un amatore dei blog ( è la prima o la seconda volta che mi collego ad un blog!); mi congratulo per come hai presentato i tuoi dolci…- mamma ci ha parlato poi (a me e mia moglie) pure dell’operazione pavesini….bravissima).
    Affettuosi auguri per il 09 settembre

    • Grazie mille!!! Il tuo commento mi ha fatto estremamente piacere! Cari saluti (con un pizzico d’invidia al pensarvi nella meravigliosa Sicilia)!

  • alessiolupo

    Ciao Giulia non ci conosciamo ma ti ho vista tramite istagramm complimenti fai veramente un buon lavoro! Essendo anche io italiano mi rendi orgoglioso di esserlo quello che sei riuscita a realizzare è fantastico. BRAVA!

    • Grazie mille per il tuo commento carinissimo! Sono contenta che Mondomulia ti piaccia (cosi come il mio stream Instagram)! :)

  • Spending hours in a cafe… I can sympathise with that. Sometimes I think I’m at my happiest in a good cafe… :-)

    Loving the blob,

  • When I said, “loving the blob”, I meant, of course, “loving the blog” :-)


    • Eheh, thought as much! Thanks for stopping by and for your nice comments! :)

  • the gourmand traveller

    Congrats! I love your blog… I used to live in London and I have now moved to Italy :D

  • I like your blog. Have you tried La Scala on Grove Vale yet? I’d like to know what an Italian makes of it.

  • Hi Giulia!

    Loving the new look!


  • notonlyspaghetti

    Buongiorno Giulia,

    Mi permetto di contattarti per un eventuale partnership di prodotti italiani di alta qualità.
    Il sito é http://www.notonlyspaghetti.com
    Se sei interessata mi potresti contattare a david at notonlyspaghetti . com

    Ti ringrazio e buona domenica.

    A presto spero


  • Oh get over yourself. Never read such an egotistical blog in all my days.