London 2015 Photo Diary: Scones & South Kensington

During my few previous trips to London, I’ve never had the chance to try proper english scones and I was really upset about it. For my fourth visit, I made it my mission to eat scones, and I was very much willing to accept it.

As we weren’t really that ecstatic about spending £25 on an afternoon tea, we settled for something a little more decent for our budget and chose to relax at The Parlour (located on the first floor of Fortnum & Mason) after a full day of shopping.

During the week we also managed to set foot in the magnificent Natural History Museum and wandered in the streets of beautiful South Kensington. I’ve already stayed in this area before and it was nice to visit it again. It just seems so peaceful every time.

Of course, we HAD to have lunch at Byron, it was just meant to happen one day or another (because courgette fries ofc). I wrote a post dedicated to the restaurant last year if you’re interested.

London is already over, but next time I’m taking you to Brighton!

The Parlour
Scones at The Parlour
Scones at The Parlour
Byron Hamburgers
Byron Hamburgers
Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum
South Kensington
South Kensington