Hi My Loves,
Lets start off with I have amazing friends!!
I am a girl who loves chic and high-end dining. To be honest, I don’t even know why because I am a vegetarian and literally hate each menu I come across in those types of restaurants.
I guess for me, it’s all about the atmosphere and presentation. The detail, the colours, the royal feeling of the Ritz has always attracted me to it and my little dream to actually go there became reality.
It was utter perfection.
Anyway, you know where this is going right… My bestest (I don’t care if that is not a word) friends, who I went University with took me to the Ritz for breakfast!! Actually, that’s a lie, I asked them if they wanted to go and obviously they didn’t refuse (because I told them they had to, haha).
Here are a few beautiful pictures to show you our time at the prestige Ritz…
The Literally ‘Grand’ Grand Entrance
(Above: Photo credit to @Lostthroughthelenses)
The Gorgeous Main Restaurant
The Lush Dusty Pink Powder Room (plus a lot of selfies)
The breakfast is a minimum of £35 and can cost up to £165.
I loved the variety of food they had; it was so fresh and delicious. I would definitely recommend it for a special occasion, however the only downside is you have to book at least 2-3 months in advance, because it does get very busy.
Believe it or not, I’m not a fresh orange juice person, I never have been no matter how hard my mum tried, but the freshly squeezed orange juice at the Ritz really did win my heart. You must be thinking ‘how odd, is this girl really talking about orange juice?!’ but seriously, there’s always been something about orange juice I didn’t like, but the Ritz orange juice was delicious!
I will go back to the Ritz for breakfast again because it was definitely worth it and I had such a great time.
Love, Bhav x
P.S. Apologies for no pictures of the food. I was incredibly busy ‘living the moment,’ which I never do.