Hollywood royalty mixing with actual royalty? Can Princess Bea get any cooler?
Oh no, this was the kind of bar crawl that my food blogging dreams are made of.
I can’t recall the last time I heard of such high profile celebrity folk visiting understated and in-the-know restaurants and bars. Perhaps it’s usually kept under wraps.
I am probably the only food blogger in London, if not the world, to have not visited yet, but it is the place to go with stunning views over London town.
The foursome then headed off to Shoreditch for tequila cocktails at the Callooh Callay bar. I’m guessing they had a car taking them to all these places – this is how I would like to live please Universe. I knew I missed a trick in life, I should have been a princess.
And then – this is where I get most jealous – they stop off for dessert at John Salt in Islington, North London. A new restaurant with a menu brimming with mouthwatering dishes, that is high up on my ever-growing-and-impossible-to-keep-up-with list.
John Salt boss Leigh Gillson said: ‘They asked for our best speciality dish. We gave them deep fried banana in caramel.’
I want to come with them on their next restaurant crawl, it seems they have remarkably good taste for celebs.
And Mila Kunis seems like the kind of girl I could be mates with. She must be the most down-to-earth celeb I’ve ever seen, as proved in this video interview for Radio 1 with Chris Stark, where she agreed to go and watch football with him followed by a trip to Nando’s.
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