II am a food lover from a family of foodies living in North London on a famously pretty street which is often used for filming and shoots. A self-employed professional with a real passion (and mild obsession) for cooking good food I have taken time out of the rat race to jet off to the mountains to work as a chalet chef in the French Alps and appeared in Channel 4’s Win it Cook it with my brother!
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I signed up to the afternoon tea in Kentish town purely because Kelly street is one of my fave roads in London. Special memories for me and also I am partial to a cup of tea and cake! I have never done anything like this before so I bravely went alone to make the most out of the experience! What a beautiful sign on the door and greeted by the beautiful Amy and Gemma. What a charming welcome and I relaxed straight away. The smell of homemade scones blew me away. I was offered a cup of tea on arrival with beautiful crockery they have been collecting over the years. Gemma was the main creator of savoury delights, homemade sausage rolls with flakey pastry being my fave (to die for!) and Amy was up until the early hours perfecting her macarons which are some of the finest I have tasted! The subtle green tea flavour just happens to be one of my all time loves after my stint in Seoul, well she did the Koreans proud! The other guests arrived and were immediately put to ease, the chit chat flowed and the tea was poured. It wasn't uncomfortable at all, even the lovely photographer could be a best pal, he was a nice addiction. I left feeling full and happy, I couldn't have imagined a nicer way to have spent a Sunday. I thoroughly recommend if you want to experience something different. The gorgeous and talented Amy and Gemma who are so passionate about what they do, sourcing ingredients from around Kentish town and Gemma's home village in Gloucestershire, to bring to our doorsteps on the fabulously fruity Kelly Street. I will be going again on April 12th, I hope to see you there! ❤️❤️❤️
We had a great time at the Spring High Tea. Tea on tap, and lots of lovely food. Everything was home-made; from the jam for the scones, the pastry on the sausage rolls and even the mayonnaise in the sandwiches. Especially loved the sausage rolls and the gooey gorgeous beetroot brownies. Amy's speciality is Macarons and we tasted some really different flavours including some she'd been experimenting with (Believe me they're good!). Gemma and Amy were great hosts and I'd thoroughly recommend a visit to their lovely house!.