time, blessed time - and cheese fondue in LondonSaturday, February 15, 2014
It may sound cliché, but recently I've felt like I just don't have enough time to do all the things I want. The days are speeding by faster, and my to-do list seems endless.
Between work, travel, spending quality time with my husband and friends, skyping with family back home, blogging, relaxing, reading... I constantly find I'm squeezing in more things at the start and end of every day. Time, blessed time just seems to disappear. Does anyone have some time-making tips?
In other news, I've been naughty recently - and had cheese fondue twice!! Two separate London restaurants – both quite different, but great experiences in their own right...
1. L'Art Du Fromage (Bookclub fondue)
The good? Unlimited cheese and bread for just £17 – I kid you not. On top of that great service - our waiter completed our cheese fondue at our table by lighting the cheery brandy on fire in front of us and then mixing it into the cheese. For cheese lovers - the smell was amazing! L'Art Du Fromage is also lovely and small (so book ahead), with a warm welcoming atmosphere.
The bad? Location - L'Art Du Fromage is not the easiest to get to - about a 15 minute walk from Earls Court.
2. Androuet - Old Spitalfields Market
The good? Getting to sit next to a 'wall of cheese' and the gorgeous set menu. For £20 each we had five courses, which included:
- a delicious Beetroot salad with goats curd
- Spicy mini scotch eggs
- Slow cooked duck egg “cocotte”, Mont d’or
- Cheese fondue, served with bread, pickles and salami
- Dessert selection