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14 Leicester Square, leicester square , London WC2H 7NG
If I could live in this place, I would! To begin with, I have been a fan of Häagen Dazs ice-cream for years. So, when I discovered a whole restaurant devoted to it, I couldn’t resist. They have so many choices – from simple ice-cream scoops, waffles, crepes and milkshakes to more sophisticated ice-cream creations (like shots of various ice-creams and pieces of layered ice-cream cakes). Just skip a meal beforehand (since portions are very generous) and come to enjoy some of the finest ice-cream in London!
P.S. yes, the staff are not most customer-oriented, the place can be too crowded and noisy, the prices are not the cheapest, but it’s still worth a trip if you love ice-cream as much as I do!
40 Shorts Gardens, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9AB
As an ice-cream addict, I have made proper research on my gelato options in London! Scoop by far has been my favorite, especially the one in Covent Garden. I tried one in Soho as well, but there is a better atmosphere and, what I think, management in Covent Garden one. With so many flavors to choose from, their gelato is just amazing and I always have to stop myself from buying seconds!
56 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1D 4JG
Unfortunately, since Satsuma reopened since it’s renovation last summer, it hasn’t been the same. The interior design changed the whole atmosphere- before it was always full, buzzing with customers who set all together at long tables. Now the tables allow more privacy but can also seat fewer people than before. But the major let-down is revised menu. I used to love their sushi, which was delicious and reasonably priced. Now they have fewer choices with higher prices. It’s just no longer the same Satsuma I used to love, thus I haven’t been back as often as I used to.
71-75 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DG
I went to Toni and Guy Academy for the first time to get highlights. I have heard that it’s quite a steal by London prices – a haircut for £5 and highlights (half head) for £25, full head color will cost you £30. I had an afternoon slot and once I got there, I was ushered to one of the study rooms where I had a student assigned to me. I never done highlights before so I brought some pictures of what I wanted to have done and showed them to headmaster. Once we discussed that with her, it was time to do the same with the student. Mind you, it’s a learning process so it’s takes a bit longer than in a salon (my appointment took 3.5 hrs), but I was never bored watching students around the room.
I was nervious at first to trust my beautiful locks into the hands of the student, but the headmaster was always around checking, asking questions and advising the student. I got really nice highlights and I was very pleased with the end result. I can’t wait already to go back and try something else, may be something bolder next time!