Should you go down to the woods today, and by woods I naturally mean the concrete jungle that is central London, I know just the place for a teddy bear’s picnic.
It’s a fairy-tale named street that you may have past a hundred times but not paid too much attention to.
Let’s change that!
Striped cotton dress // Blue white bag
Floral street has undergone something of an overhaul and is positively blooming.
It’s the perfect place to while away a lunch break.
Classic cobbled streets lined with pretty shops selling all manner of trinkets and whatsits.
But best of all, there’s a little restaurant pop-up that I insist you try before it pops…down, again.
A sweet little place to grab a bite to eat…
…and watch the world go by.
Welcome to Avobar.
A little hole-in-the-wall dedicated to, you guessed it, all things avocado.
With it’s pastel plates, pink lemonades and abundance of the green stuff, you could think that this is nothing but a millennial magnet, made for people who prefer to take pictures of their food than eat it.
But don’t be fooled! The food is actually exceptionally good.
For us millennials who like to take pictures of our food and eat it!
The fresh poké bowls, crunchy salads and vibrant tartines are perfect spring/summer fodder.
As beautiful as they are delicious.
And a lovely little sun-trap, too!
And when you’re done, you’re in just the place to explore Covent Garden, and the surrounding city!
From the glittering Royal Opera House, right down to the river.
Where you can stop into Somerset House for a drink and an ice-cream.
A nice little adventure for visitors and the perfect excuse to play tourist in your own home town for Londoners.
It’s nice to appreciate this funny place we call home, after all!
I would say go for a drive but it could be tough if you don’t avacardo…
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