Squirrel

Meal courtesy of We are Squirrel Event attended and reviewed by Steph (@cameraeatsvegan) and published by Steph (me!) History & Background: Squirrel assures that it is ‘Nuts about Health’, and champions a provision of healthy and fresh alternatives for the ‘Grab and Go’ market. Its location is a 2 minute walk away from South Kensington…

L’Eto Caffe

History and Background: Meal courtesy of L’Eto Caffe, Brompton Road, the newest of the 6 branches and opened late 2014. Midway between South Kensington and Knightsbridge, L’Eto holds an exquisite display of patisserie and desserts at the shop window leaving many Londoners eyeing up for more. A family orientated business with Italian influences. The first…

Cremerie Creperie (Kensington Crepes)

History and Background: Specialising in French crepes, Kensington Creperie has the widest range of crepes I know in London. From savoury to sweet to alcoholic ones, it has everything you will ever need. I envy Imperial College students… South Ken has its own little foodie town! Serving crepes since 2001, made fresh daily and open…

Cambio De Tercio

History and Background: Classic Spanish tapas on 163 Old Brompton Road. Cambio De Tercio is the “signature Restaurant of the Cambio De Tercio Restaurant Group”. Located in South Ken, it has been open since June 1995. They also hold the largest Spanish wine collection in the whole of London. Having achieved a number of prestigious…

Tombo とんぼ

Green Tea, Matcha Mania! Tombo has introduced itself as London’s first authentic Japanese café and delicatessen. Situated near South Ken station, its become a hub for sushi lovers who live in the local area and Imperial College students. The cafe has a clean, fresh and friendly look about it, reminiscent of the Muji brand I…