Regents Canal

So, I’ve done it again! Life gets so busy and before you know it, you’ve put 10 stone on after wanting to lose 1 pound and its October…where on earth is time going. I started this out as a food blog, but I’ve come to realise I’m not the money bags I thought I was and eating out every week definitely isn’t a luxury I can afford….YET. I mean, don’t get me wrong, restaurant suggestions will still be going up, but I’ll be writing about a load of other stuff too. So I hope you all enjoy what comes up.

On Sunday, I managed to bag a table for 4 for brunch at The Barge House. This place has been on my eating out bucket list for quite some time now. Why I hear you ask? Because of their ‘Breakfast in bread’. Instagram worthy on all levels, and I think it was worth the wait. We got two ‘originals’ (basically a full english) and two ‘hot stuff’ which was very huevos rancheros-esque with chorizo, hot beans, red peppers and chilli mushrooms. I also got a bloody mary, because what’s brunch without a bloody mary, right?


Don’t tell me you don’t want to try some of that?

The Barge House is in Haggerston only a stones throw away from the overground, so so easy to get to, and its right along Regents Canal. If you’re anything like us, you’ll need to walk off the infinite amount of carbs you’ve just consumed and this is just the perfect little spot.

I’m still exploring London, so we decided to walk along the canal from Haggerston to Limehouse (end of the path). Around 3 and a half miles, sounds like a mission, but luckily the weather was on our side so it was ideal.


If you’re ever stuck for things to do on a Sunday…

S x



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