A wintery Sunday in Chelsea

There is nothing I love more on a Sunday than wandering around London, exploring and drinking lots of coffee! Yesterday was a perfect Sunday brunch date with my beauty Laura from The Good Wifey.

We had heard/seen on instaG lots of good things about Daylesford Farm in Chelsea so we headed down for a spot of brunch, coffee and a catch up.
Daylesford is pretty cute – it has a lovely little random Kale tree forest outside the front, a place to “park your dog” and a few table and chairs to enjoy your coffee whilst you people watch in Chelsea. However it was freezing so we headed straight inside to warm up and order food. Surprisingly we got a table straight away which if you are a regular London bruncher is so so rare – I was expecting to be told there was an hour wait or reservations only.
We both ordered pancakes and a skinny cappuccino. Sadly the heart filled coffees littering Instagram were no where to be seen and we just got regular looking coffee. You could literally see both of our shoulders drop in disappointment! What on earth do we take photos of now. The pancakes weren’t great and I only ate half of them. Sad. The atmosphere was lovely and the lunch menu looked far better so if you were to go I would head there after 12.

From here we wandered up towards Sloane Square and popped into Cuisine de Bar.  Needless to say it was PACKED so we ordered a take away coffee and went on our merry way.  Both of us have recently purchased Olympus pens – the beautiful stylish camera every blogger should have so we wanted to capture a few pictures around Chelsea. I am not creative so this was difficult for me. We started walking down the backstreets of Chelsea and stumbled across Bumpkin.  I love this little café so we popped in for a green mint tea and a rest from the cold. Most people around us were eating roast dinners and they looked amazing. We will definitely be going back to try a roast dinner especially as its 50% off all food this January!

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