Monthly Archives: March 2015


London is always beautiful, even in the rain. But when it’s nice and sunny I love it a bit more. Walking through my neighbourhood, browsing through some shops and having coffee in the sun – that is what I like […]

Sunny Afternoon in Knightsbridge


The Meat Free Week officially ends today but I would like to share one more recipe with you how you can start your day a little brighter and more healthy. Smoothie Bowls, Acai Bowls and Chia Pudding are very popular these days. […]

Mango Smoothie Bowl


Hmmm when I look at this dish I really want to eat it now. You need to like Beetroot first of all but when you do this dish will be your favourite for sure. And also a good thing is […]

Beetroot & Goat’s Cheese Salad



This colorful spring salad is so yummy as well as healthy and meat free. Have you tried Halloumi before? I just love it, I always order Grilled Halloumi at Lebenese Restaurants. But it is also great on salads as a […]

Healthy Halloumi Salad



Leopard Print is another Trend that I spotted on London’s Catwalks but I also saw some collections at Paris, Milan and New York Fashion Week. I personally love leopards details for a simple outfit and if you don’t overdo it […]

Runway Trend /// Leopard Print



We still have not decided where we should vacay this summer. Mauritius as well as Marrakesh, Maldives and Bali are still in the running but Dubai is also a great getaway location with only a 6 hour flight. We have […]

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray /// Dubai



This is Jinjuu where I got my inspiration for my homemade Bibimbap Bowl. It is a modern Korean Restaurant which I would recommend to Foodies in London. It has recently opened in Soho just off Carnaby Street and is such […]

Jinjuu London – Korean Food made yummy



After being asked for this recipe a million times ( it really feels like a billion ) I will finally share it with you. I was totally inspired by Judy Joo, an American Korean chef who recently opened Jinjuu restaurant […]

Bibimbap Bowl /// Homemade


Today I wanna talk about Camera’s. This is my Bridge Cam LUMIX FZ45, it has been with me for 2.5 years and I took it on most of my travels & took lots of pics for my blog. But since […]

Bye Bye Lumix


I have one more Runway Trend for you. And I think it is not only a trend – it is quite common for the Fall Winter Collection and is almost a classic. I have been studying fashion and of course […]

Runway Trend /// Fur



I have one more Mayfair Restaurant for you this week. We were in the mood for Italian so we went to Cicchetti, which is right at Piccadilly Circus. I walked passed it and really liked the look of the place. […]

Authentic Italian Food at Cicchetti


It is Vintage Sunday so I will present you another lovely Vintage shop where you can browse through and buy lovely pre owned designer pieces for less. They even have a Chanel corner with jackets, shoes and shirts. They have […]

The Exchange in Kensington


On Thursday I was at the Press Viewing for the first and largest retrospective of Alexander McQueen at the V&A called “SAVAGE BEAUTY”. You might have heard the name before. At the MET – the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New […]

*Savage Beauty* at the V&A



Hier ist das erste Update. Shoppen nur in den J-Monaten ist doch gar nicht so einfach wie ich dachte. In London ist man so vielen Versuchungen ausgesetzt und es gibt einfach so viele Sachen, die ich sehe und gerne hätte. […]

Die Konsum Kolumne /// 1. Update


This is the new Kaffeine. I was so happy when I heard that they open one more coffee shop. For a long time I thought they might come to Knightsbridge but they remained in Fitzrovia. I was there when they […]

Meet the New Kaffeine


I was so happy when Spring finally arrived in London. With 17 degrees it was just the perfect time to get the tassel loafers out and get some trends on the streets. I did some Fashion Week Trend Research and […]

Runway Trend /// Fringes



I am nominated for this Award – I am so excited. Thanks to Despina Petrushevska for nominating Cityfreudeblog. I am honoured and thankful. Even if I don’t win it in the end – being nominated in the first place is rewarding. […]

The Versatile Blogger Award


Mayfair has lots of nice restaurants and this is one of them. The Gymkhana is an Indian Delight. The Restaurant, which was set up by the British Raj, is inspired by colonial Indian Gymkhana clubs, where members of the high […]

Romantic Dinner at Gymkhana


I have another Coffee Table Book for you that you should read or at least buy. Grace A Memoir is about Grace Coddington, I would say she is the most influential and talented creative director out there. She works at […]

The Memoirs of Grace Coddington



If your travel plans do not involve flying and you just want to get out of London, see something new – Manchester is an option. Also when you’re on a budget and do not want to lighten your wallet too […]

This is Manchester


In the last few weeks I thought a lot about consumption and not spending so much money anymore on clothing and other items I do not really need. Well somehow I really need the Rockstud Flats but I will keep […]

Rockstud Flats made simple


The Brits love their Afternoon Tea and every once in a while I enjoy one as well. I overheard two ladies at Harrods the other day when one said to the other: “Today’s afternoon tea was lovely but I think […]

Anya Hindmarch Afternoon Tea