The London List Part II

Daylesford Organic: a perfect stop for a casual breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea. There are a few locations throughout London and the food is fresh and delicious. Take some bites and groceries to-go, or sit and eat in the restaurant. 

Afternoon Tea at Fortnum & Mason: a wonderful afternoon tea experience! With a rich history and a store you definitely will want to shop through, I'd recommend booking your afternoon tea at Fortnums.

Drinks at The Connaught: a ritzy bar in the ultra-stylish Connaught Hotel in Mayfair. The drinks and dΓ©cor won't disappoint. Be sure to order a martini which will be made to your liking table-side on the martini trolley. One gin with ginger and grapefruit, please!

The Shed: one of the most delicious meals I've had in a long time. Beyond fresh and chuck full of seasonal flavor. This is a must try in Notting Hill. 

Dishoom: ok, this is also one of the most delicious meals I've had in a long time. A fun Bombay-style stop for Indian street food. Even if you don't like Indian food, I'm still fairly certain you'll love Dishoom both for it's food and vintage dΓ©cor.

Barrafina: a delicious diner style Spanish tapas bar. They don't take reservations, but you can have a cocktail while you wait and the line moved fairly quickly. 

Walks through South Kensington & Knightsbridge: for serious house-hunting, these two classic, high-end neighborhoods won't let your eyes down. 

Peacocks in Holland Park: I recommend taking a stroll through Holland Park. Although just off the busy Kensington High Street, the park is incredibly peaceful. Plus, you'll likely run into some peacocks!