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Sundays in the city

For the past couple of weeks Regent Street has been pedestrianized on Sundays for all kinds of events; themes ranged from fashion shows, to live performances and even plants and greenery;
open space and easy-going people all over, either way!
It is wonderful to walk around London not rushing, but taking a moment to look around at the magnificent architecture and the always interesting sky with clouds passing by in all shapes. Breath in and smile!

Heddon street needs no introduction, neither does Momo's.
With it's newly garden-like secluded terrace, it's the perfect spot for a lazy Sunday afternoon of indulging, with family and friends visiting. There were wraps and mojitos, wine, cold coffee and then shisha and mezze and more wraps...and we were still not moving!
Sitting back listening to live jazz music from the street seemed like the perfect way to relax right in the heart of the buzzing city. No mention of the fact that our wedding week was about to begin!

Did I mention the wraps? Oh my! The lamb ones are right up there with our favourite shawarmas from Cafe Helen's and Ranoush's. (By the way, if you are ever in desperate need of food in the early morning hours do queue up at Café Helen's in Edgware road; there is always a queue, for good reason!)

Flaky, well cooked lamb and creamy mustardy dressing, all in a soft pitta bread - delicious! One of my must-haves at Momo's is always the cheese briouats, crispy filo pastries filled with soft, herbed cheese, not be shared! And last but not least, cold coffee to break  the midday heat, right next to vanilla shisha - a flavour of Morocco on an easy-going Sunday afternoon.
It's the simple things in life! x


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