Easter Sunday

No.11 Pimlico Road, La Poule au Pot, The Orange, Pimlico Road, London

Burberry black wool coat: style and steal
Charles Tyrwhitt mink cashmere jumper: style and steal
Topshop blue cotton shirt: style and steal
Frame Denim indigo skinny jeans: style and steal
Hudson beige suede ankle boots: style and steal
Prada black saffiano leather tote bag: style and steal
ASOS black sunglasses: style and steal

We woke up to a gloriously sunny Easter Sunday and took a stroll through the streets of Chelsea before meeting up with my lovely sister and her delightful fiancé for lunch. We started with pre-drinks at one of our favourite brunch spots, No.11 Pimlico Road. Their pancakes are super delish (although unfortunately there was no time for them on this visit) and the rhubarb and apple rum punch certainly got us warmed up. After a quick debrief of the previous night’s escapades at The Arts Club, we wandered across the road to the fabulously French La Poule au Pot for the perfect al fresco lunch in the sunshine. Onion tart, venison terrine and soup de poissons were all served with a deliciously crisp white wine, before our main courses of boeuf bourguignon, veau aux champignons, and the best fillet steak with pommes frites arrived, accompanied by the perfect Fleurie. We shared many a giggle and it really was the most heavenly lunch in the sunshine, particularly when finished off with the world’s best dessert: the simple choccy mousse! Desperate for the day not to end, we strolled across the square to The Orange to meet up with James, owner of Workshop Coffee Co., and one of our oldest, most hilarious friends. We all ogled Carrie’s stunning engagement ring, before cosying up with a bottle of red for a few more laughs, mostly at James’ expense…

Photos: Carl Waxberg


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