Le Gavroche @ London

Classic French fine dining yet kids are allowed.  Very glad we came here cause most of the fine dining French restaurants I wanted to go to in Paris were closed during the time we went there.  Dining area is some what crowded and dark (for photos) but food was excellent.

IMG_2737 IMG_2785 IMG_2745 IMG_2746 IMG_2748 IMG_2757 frogs legs in a pea veloutéIMG_2763

Braised and smoked pork cheek & crispy belly ravioli
IMG_2764 DuckIMG_2765

Carpaccio of marinated and seared fillet of beefIMG_2766 Whole lobsterIMG_2772 IMG_2773

Roast scallop – huge, fresh & perfectly cookedIMG_2774

Nice petite four, sorbet were even better, we had blood orange and pineapple.

Loch Fyne Seafood & Grill @ Covent Garden, London

The key reason why we picked this restaurant is because it is right next to the theatre but it is also a popular restaurant with many branches across the country. Food was well above average but service was a bit slow.  However, it is a good meal option for theatre goers. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIMG_2798 Lobster bisque – yummy! Never thought of adding cheese to lobster bisque but it was actually quite nice.IMG_2799 Lobster spaghetti – kids were happy with it.IMG_2800

Razor clamsIMG_2801

Seafood linguineIMG_2802


Prawns – a bit too oilyIMG_2804

Scallops with bacon and saladIMG_2805

Espresso Panna Cotta – surprisingly good.IMG_2807

London 2015 – Day 4

The day’s agenda was Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street, Westend Musical and Covent Garden.  Weather continued to be fantastic!  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA





We had lunch at the nearby Loch Fyne before going to the theatre.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Fun and exciting musical.  Thoroughly enjoyed it.  Theatre Royal Drury Lane is such a beautiful theatre. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA


After theatre, it was shopping in Covent Garden area.  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIMG_4229 One of our favourite thing to do was to shop for candies! 🙂IMG_4249