Friday, 18 January 2013

Karl et moi et veggie cuisine.


As you are probably aware if you regularly read my blog, it isn't often I post outfit photos of myself. The reason being, my clothes aren't usually pretty or stylish enough to share with you (the woes of having no money) and I am not very photogenic so always look awkward and embarrassing. However, I enjoy walking around with Karl Lagerfeld and I thought you may all finally want to see myself and him together (since the picture I took at Christmas wasn't too clear)

Photo number one was taken in the hustle and bustle of central London during the piercing winter morning sunshine, trying to keep warm in a snugly hooded coat and Burberry scarf. The latter two photos are taken in a park before a university interview I had later that day. Life is so confusing at the moment and I feel as though I'm stranded in an anxious predicament where everything is pressurised and stressful and I just want to escape from it and advance into a life where everything is perfect. There is so much I want to achieve in the future and I feel by making the wrong decision about which university I go to everything will result in disaster.

and breathe. What's one of the many answers to all life's problems? well durh, food and on Thursday my bro took me to Tibits, a vegetarian restaurant just off Regent Street assuring me that I would enjoy it. I am a fussy eater and it doesn't help that I don't eat meat. Therefore meals out usually consist of Italian, Thai or Chinese and, if they don't, it's usually pretty awkward. Tibits on the other hand involves non of the above but is indulgently delicious and perfect for people like me.

Once inside, waiting for food is not a concern (I hate waiting) as its buffet driven meaning I could choose my selection of roasted onion flakes, seeds, seasoned potato wedges, falafels and an assortment of salads including the winter sort and pumpkin almost immediately. And you pay per plateful depending on the weight so the less you have the cheaper it is. Seeing that Chai teas were on the drinks menu, I could not leave without one and was deeply satisfied by the size and frothiness on top. To make matters even better, the restaurant has a cookbook out, meaning their yummy healthy vegetarian food can be made in my kitchen! Intrigued? You can find out more here

9 comments:

  1. Ah, money should not be an obstacle for fashion ;) Lovely post, you should do more!

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  2. I am so hungry. That food looks so good. Lovely post! I can't wait to visit London again :)

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  4. Hello dear!
    i did not know your blog, it's great!
    you have a new follower, follow me back?

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  5. hello darling cute post. love the food it looks so good - i agree life is the answer to EVERYTHING in fact! haha. and you look adorable in the first photo.

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    xx rae

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  6. Ah that food looks delicious! love the cardigan

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  7. I really like this type of Outfit Collection...

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