“Count the memories, not the calories.”
This phrase is printed immediately inside the front door at L’eto and I couldn’t agree more with it. It’s something that resonates so strongly with me and something I passionately promote in a generation where I feel like a diet-culture and a lifestyle full of restrictions and calorie-counting is so disturbingly prominent. I absolutely love this place! It’s right in the middle of Soho, surrounded by a ton of similarly amazing cafes and eateries and it’s impossible to walk past without staring at all of the beautiful cakes in the window!
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It’s hard not to love a place where you’re greeted by impeccably trained staff and brought warm cheesy rolls with butter as soon as you sit down! We’ve been here a few times and it’s safe to say we love everything about it. The food, the atmosphere, the decor, the service.. Even the prices are very reasonable for a steakhouse.
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Every time we go back up North we’re surprised at how many lovely new independent places have opened up, and we’re lucky enough to have eaten at a ton of restaurants and lovely pubs because Marcus’ parents love eating out too, so there’s never a time that we’ll go back and not go out for dinner 🙂 There are a lot of little gems I could write about but it seems only fitting that I start here – one of the first places that I went to and a place that we never fail to visit every time we go back up, even if it’s just for coffee and cake or to pick up some of their incredible steak pies to bring back down South with us! Continue reading Bolstermoor Farm Shop
Be warned – this is a much, much longer post than I originally planned, though it should come as no surprise given that we spent the majority of our time in Rome eating! It’s safe to say that in the time we were in Rome we well and truly ate our way through the city! We had almost as many scoops of gelato and cups of coffee as we had hours in Rome and we spent every waking minute in carb comas from all the bread, pizza and Nutella stuffed pastries! But if you’re not in that state then let’s be honest, you’re not doing it right as Rome is (in my opinion!) one of the best cities in the world for food. I’d done my research and picked places to eat but we definitely had our fair share of unplanned snacks and coffee stops – every bakery and coffee shop just looked so enticing and every other shop sells gelato!
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