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A Midsummer’s Morning at The Dalloway Terrace

Ever since our London Bloggers’ Tea, I’ve been wanting to return to The Dalloway TerraceDSC_2209
There’s just something about that gorgeous open patio at The Bloomsbury Hotel…DSC_2225
With it’s pretty garden benches and rattan chairs, draped with cosy blankets… DSC_2228
A retractable roof so you can enjoy it rain or shine.DSC_2233
And sparkling fairy lights on the living wall.DSC_2231
Yes, there’s something about this places that feels kind of like…DSC_2232
And it was the perfect venue to spend Sunday lunch with some of my favourite bloggers. With beautiful weather hoped for, the venue choice was easy and Aftab, Seetal, Emma, Shikha, Binny and I gathered around the marble table to choose our perfect brunches. Mimosas, lattes, americanos and flat whites were sipped as we looked over the brunch menu. Binny chose the French toast with maple syrup and crispy bacon pictured above.DSC_2221
Whereas Aftab and Seetal chose the option of seasonal berries. DSC_2212
But there are also healthy options, Shikha chose poached eggs and spinach.DSC_2217
Emma really enjoyed her granola with coconut yoghut and manuka honey.DSC_2219
And I went for the super light option of fresh fruit and greek yogurt. A midsummer morning’s dream! We talked about blogging, travel and plans for the future…with Shikha and Binny giving me lots of tips for my upcoming trip to Kenya and Zanzibar. And with Aftab due to start an internship in luxury travel the next day, we had something to celebrate too. We had only planned to stay for a few hours but time seemed to flash past so quickly and soon we had to say our goodbyes, putting plans in place for the next time…

Yes, there’ something about that little terrace in Bloomsbury that has a special place in my heart.

London Brunch Review: The Dalloway Terrace

The Dalloway Terrace
The Bloomsbury Hotel
16 – 22 Great Russell Street

  • Lucy

    How beautiful is this restaurant the setting is so picture perfect. The food looks wonderful too. A weekend brunch is definitely needed Lucy x

  • Your photos are gorgeous and it is actually that beautiful for anyone who is reading that hasn’t been!! Such a lovely morning and it was nice to be well behaved for a day but I’m getting French toast next time 🙂 Looking forward to hearing all about your upcoming Africa trip!

    • It was such a lovely morning. I thought your breakfast looked fab 🙂 Going to publish my Kenya and Zanzibar itinerary in the next couple of weeks.

  • That french toast just looks divine! x

  • Can’t believe I still haven’t been, it really does look so cosy! Would be intrigued to know what their lunch/dinner food is like! Lots of love, Andrea xxx

    Andrea’s Passions

    • I need to go back for that! I think Lauren and Gary have both done reviews of dinner.

  • MissLilly

    with this weather I would have probably gone for your option as well, love fresh fruits in the morning (well the whole day actually!!!). The french toast also looks awesome

  • Laura Torninoja

    That french toast with berries looks absolutely divine! I’ve never heard of this place but will definitely try and remember it for the future..

    Laura // Middle of Adventure

  • really cosy:)

  • This deffo looks like a place to add to my to-do/vist list! YUM!



  • Sorry I’ve been a little behind on your blog lovely – this week has been more chaotic than I thought it would be!! Looks like a dreamy breakfast spot – I love it there! xx

  • It really does look homely though in a perfect house kind of way! Shikha’s brunch would be my choice, looks nice and filling

  • I have serious brunch envy after seeing all these fantastic photos 🙂 – Dalloway does look like the perfect brunch spot and the Terrace looks gorgeous!

  • It looks so charming! I love those chairs and the cosy blankets. I can imagine that it would be easy to spend a few hours there. I’d go for the French toast, looks fab!

  • Amazing photos! x

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