The Sky Garden, London’s highest public garden, offers one of the most spectacular views of London. The best part? It’s completely free!
The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street spans three floors and offers uninterrupted views across the City of London. Served by two express lifts, visitors arrive to a beautiful landscaped garden with a viewing area, terrace, café, bar and restaurant. The Sky Garden is a truly unique space and has been designed to create an open and vibrant place of leisure, offering visitors a rare chance to experience London from a different viewpoint.
There are many British food traditions I have discovered after moving to London and fell in love with: eggs and bacon for breakfast, scones with clotted cream for afternoon tea, a pint at the pub before supper, frosted multi-layer cakes and Sunday Roast.
Sunday for me is a day to spend with your family, having a long lunch together. In Italy this means a three-course meal with pasta, meat and dessert. I’m happy to swap the Italian tradition with the British one and go for a nice roast!
I recently had the opportunity to try the Sunday Roast menu at… Continue reading →
I can’t say I am an expert of British cuisine or French produce, but last week I had the chance to expand my knowledge of both at the Comté cheese cookery class at Divertimenti. The Knightsbridge cookshop and school is one of the best places in London to improve your cooking and baking skills and learn new recipes with the help of talented chefs.
I attended a cookery class for bloggers and journalists with the lovely Laura Pope, a private chef and food writer based in Dorset. Laura taught us a bit of the history of Comté cheese… Continue reading →