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...

We ordered grilled cod and fried haddock (which mum thinks is blue grenadier). The grilled cod came with new potatoes, which were yellow inside and tartare sauce. The fried haddock came with mushy peas and tartare sauce. The mushy peas were actually quite nice, though I’m not sure what was put inside apart from peas. The fish was around ₤7.95 each. The coffee there was cheap (around ₤1.50?) and mum said it was good coffee. I forgot to take a photo before we ate it. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]...