Fuwa Fuwa, at London’s Brunswick Centre. If you like fluffy, Japanese pancakes, you’ll love these. Myself and my friend Takaco visited, as she’s Japanese and introduced me to them.

However, when we arrived, she mentioned that although the soufflé pancakes are a Japanese delicacy, the cafe itself is seemingly being run by Koreans. So, there’s an infusion if you need one.

What did I love about the cafe? They gave my mum a free chocolate and banana pancake. I got the green tea, and Takaco got the summer berries.

Lastly, the decor was incredible too. It’s a cute little cafe with in the clouds. There was fluff coming from the walls, paying counter… Everywhere! Dreamy.

A single red Rose? My unmarried neighbour, Rose, who’s suffering with a skin rash.


I visited Bea’s of Bloomsbury for some afternoon tea and had a great time. The decor is a luminous pink before entering, but once you’re inside it’s very soft and stripped back in colour. There’s a lot of pure white and pastel pink shades going on.

Cakes and sandwiches? A little dry, but tasty nonetheless. I particularly enjoyed the scones. Tea? The best. I love Bea’s teas. 


Beas of Bloomsbury