London Day 3
Today we had lunch at Core, a 2 Star Michelin Restauran where my youngest daughter made reservations 3 months ago! I tell you, the food was not only delicious but the presentation was fabulous plus the service just simply amazing. Yes, if you are in London you must try this restaurant.
And today I learned a new phrase… by Marie Kondo… do whatever that sparks joy…. i.e. shiok sendiri, hahaha
Before I proceed any further, below are my previous reports on my current Europe adventure:
We headed to Oxford Street at about 10am and the first place we stopped was & Other Stories where my daughter bought a few clothes. FYI, & Other Stories is a sister company of H&M where the clothes cost much more.
Next stop was Selfridges to check out Chanel new season collection which they launched yesterday only.
However, this time there was no new Coco Handle line handbag that my wife was looking for.
We were running late plus it was raining, so we took the taxi to Core and it cost me about GBP17.
Core – 2 Star Michelin Restaurant
Like I mentioned at the start, the experience at Core was wonderful. The service is second to none and the food skillfully prepared and presented. It was the best meal I had during this Europe Trip.
We were seated at the table right in front of the full glass kitchen and therefore were given privilege to see the cooks and chef in action.
I love this restaurant, it even has a dedicated place for smokers like me!
After lunch we headed to the famous Portobello Street.
Chanel Boutique New Bond Street
From Protobello, we took the Underground Tube Train to Bond Station and walked to Chanel Boutique at New Bond Street where my wife finally found something she liked.
She had a hard time deciding which hand bag she liked and I was just grateful she finally made up her mind as I was scheduled to have dinner with my uncle and his wife and it was already 6pm which is also peak period.
We then rushed to Canary Wharf to meet up with my uncle for dinner. He knows I love London Duck and lobsters and ordered then for me 🙂
To be continued…