Last week, me and my partner booked the afternoon off work and headed into Central London for the day.
A train selfie.
And a couple of makeup shots.
As we had some spare time (before dinner and the theatre), we watched street performers in Leicester Square, admired the cakes at Lola’s Cupcakes and walked around Chinatown.
Before stopping off at Doughnut Time.
Doughnut Time is an Australian company that’s recently opened several shops in London.
They have a mix of vegan and non-vegan doughnuts, with some fun names.
We got the Hans Rolo and Berry Seinfeld doughnuts, which we ate once we got home.
My favourite was the delicious Berry Seinfeld, which is also vegan.
After our doughnut stop we walked to Cantina Laredo, an upmarket Mexican restaurant for dinner.
Me and my partner started by sharing the classic guacamole and tortilla chips.
What I loved about this, is that the guacamole is made at your table! It was fun to watch and as it was made in front of us, super fresh tasting.
For our mains, we had a feast.
I had the vegetable fajitas, with the vegetables coming out on a hot plate.
Whilst my partner had the enchiladas. We also shared some rice and corn.
And let’s not forget the tempura mushrooms, which were unbelievably good!
Cantina Laredo definitely gets a thumbs up from me. It’s not the cheapest place to eat, but the food and service was amazing.
After our wonderful dinner, we walked to the Theatre Royal Haymarket as we had tickets to see a show.
We saw a show called ‘Frozen’, about a mother whose ten year old daughter is abducted and killed.
Suranne Jones (whose been on TV in shows such as Doctor Foster) plays the grieving mother, whilst the other characters are a psychologist and the murderer himself.
It’s a moving, creepy and unusual show, that shows the characters frozen in time until the very end, when they start to finally move on.
After a lovely day out in London, it was time to head back home and enjoy our doughnuts.