I don’t like to get all sentimental all the time. But every time when I’m around Covent Garden, I feel instantly taken to the past. It was the first place I visited when I came to London 8 years ago. It was my first accommodation when I went to uni 7 years ago — a squeezy shared flat just off the Strand. It was the place I went for meals, shoppings, dates, inspirations, etc. I’ve seen all the street performances around the market more than once. I’ve spent quality times of my incredible youth here.
But enough of those. I went for dinner at Christopher’s last evening. I arrived early to take a walk around my Covent Garden, looking at(inspecting, almost) the new shops, making sure that they fit in with the whole place(as if it was any of my business). Then I sat down at the martini bar, and enjoyed a little drink and their rather glamorous interior. As we moved on to dinner, Christopher’s proved its American quality with a menu featuring a wide selection of solid meats, various types of fries, and the signature ‘Surf n Turf’.
The dinner was too fulfilling that I had to get a “strong coffee” afterwards at the nearby ex-public-toilet-now-cabaret-bar aka Cellar Door.
For such a great night out, I wore:
Matching necklace and ring from Tasaki balance collection,
Bag from Issey Miyake(also seen in a few previous posts)