Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Blueprint Cafe By the Thames

Right at the London Design Museum, there is the Blueprint Cafe. 
My friend googled with key words "best view" and this popped up.
I have to admit the view was pretty good.  I could see Tower Bridge while sipping my hot water...
Seriously, half of London's population is probably sick from the cold/flu going around..

Simple and clean kind of decor. 
We sat right where the patio would've been if it had been summer.

Quiet little place for a Saturday afternoon. 

Perfect for catching up with friends.

Perfect.  They even have binoculars!

Just a basic one for views of Thames only.  Nothing more :)

Soup, in which I forgot the name of.  It had a strong celery taste to it.

Ever since dining at Market Shangri-La Vancouver, I fall in love when waiters pour the soup into my bowl at the table.

We had the market menu, which was only £18 for two courses.

Smoked salmon, cream fraiche, pickled cucumber.

South Coast pollock, spiced puy lentils, cauliflower puree. I think...

After lunch, we went for a stroll.

Really, we were heading to somewhere warm, like a tube station. 
(Because I was craving macarons at Selfridges.)

The accounting Big 4 companies (KPMG, PWC, E&Y, Deloitte) are said to be located all in this area.
The mayor's office is just to the left.

What a nice view from the office!

Almost celebrating my third month in London! 

I still act like a tourist.
It is not true that London has no good food.
On the contrary, London has many world-class delicious foods. 
I am taking my time exploring.
While spring is just around the corner, my travel plans have increased! 
I'm quite looking forward to seeing more of Europe and tasting its finest cuisines.

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