Weekly Love: Week 125

Happy Chinese New Year! May your evening be full of hot pot, homemade prawn toasts, or at least your favourite takeaway (I had some last night, as I’m off out for dinner again tonight!) In totally unrelated news, podcast fans who happen to have an Audible account listen up: for members, they have launched a series of free podcasts, and while it is the only one I’ve listened to so far, 10 episodes in I’m totally hooked onto true crime number West Cork. I’ve also got Stephen Fry talking about the English language and a documentary on the dark web in my queue, and if you’re not a member yet, it is worth signing up for a free trial so you get a month to access these (plus a free Audiobook!) You can do this here.

Weekly Love 16.02.18

1. 10/10 lunching on Peruvian seafood at Chicama in Chelsea, review coming soon! | 2. Exploring the Orchid Festival at Kew Gardens. I took so many photos, so again one to look out for. | 3. Shopping for original Harry Potter graphic design prints at the House of Minalima in Soho (see my links below) – be sure to check out more of my snaps from this amazing gallery in my Instagram moments (click here if you’re on mobile!) | 4. Enjoying the amazing, three course, £19 set lunch at Oldroyd in Islington – again, another review to look out for! (I’ve really been winning on the content creation front in the last few weeks!) | 5. Getting all dressed up for an incredible Valentines Day dinner at Cafe Murano in St. James. I did not take any pictures, but the food was fantastic – go, and don’t miss out on the risotto and veal plate. | 6. Camilla obstructing bed making by making herself at home on my rainbow blanket.

What have you been enjoying this week, and what do you have planned for the weekend? I’m in Kent tonight for dinner at one of my absolute favourites with my favourite group of old school friends, before heading back to London for the beginning of the new week! For more like this, don’t forget to sign up to my monthly newsletter (and get my free Quick & Easy Weeknight Recipes eBook) which hits your inboxes on the first Sunday of each month packed full of seasonal eats, mini cookbook and restaurant reviews, and other updates.