After walking around London for a while it was nearly 3pm so we tried to find lunch. The first place we found was a take-away/eat-in restaurant café called Enough To Feed An Elephant. A2 and I weren’t interested in the take-away food available so we ordered tuna salad (₤4.65) and chicken and mushroom pie (₤6.99). I was thinking of getting the grilled chicken (₤10.99) but didn’t think it was worth it because I didn’t want the chips, however, my salad wasn’t much better as it literally tasted like...

After our day out, we then took the metro to Paddington where we had dinner at Aberdeen Steak House (part of the Angus Steak Houses group). Dad had lamb shanks (₤15), mum had grilled salmon (₤15), A2 had spinach and ricotta strudel (₤13) and I had a fillet steak (€18). [caption id="attachment_2520" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Lamb Shanks, Grilled Salmon, Fillet Steak and Spinach & Ricotta Strudel[/caption] Aberdeen Steak House 163 Praed St Paddington, UK, W2 1RH (020) 7724 4874 http://www.angussteakhouse.co.uk/contact.html ...

By the time we checked into our hotel in London it was 6 something. A2 just wanted to finish her beef sandwich and eat fruits for dinner, so mum, dad and I went out alone. Mum and dad were going to dine in an Indonesian restaurant, so I got a lamb kebab (₤3.50) from a Lebanese restaurant a few doors down. It turned out that the owner used to live in Hawthorn in Melbourne, so he and mum and dad chatted for a while. After ordering their food...

Before leaving Bath we bought lunch from M&S and I got an extra sandwich (Scottish smoked salmon and butter for ₤3) from Pret, a chain which makes fresh sandwiches, rolls, sushi and coffee. From M&S A2 bought an avocado salad and ranch beef sandwich, I had a chicken breast and mangetout salad with lemon dressing sandwich, mum had a tuna roll and dad got an apple turnover and raisin scroll (mangetout are like sugar snap peas without the peas inside).[gallery order="DESC" link="file" columns="2" ids="2185,2186,2183,2184"]...

For morning tea, we visited Sally Lunn’s teahouse to try her world-famous buns. When we arrived there was a queue, but we only waited for 10 minutes before we were directed to the top floor. Mum and I shared a coffee and walnut, A2 had cinnamon butter and dad had ginger butter. All were around ₤3.50. The nicest was the cinnamon one. There were also savoury buns available. The buns look like burger buns, but taste semi-sweet. [caption id="attachment_2191" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Coffee and Walnut, Cinnamon Butter and Ginger Butter...