Peggy Porschen Cakes is a lovely shop in the centre of London. It’s considered as an Instagram-worthy place because of its adorable pink colour. No one misses a chance to take a picture in front of the store. However, you should visit it for its delicious freshly baked cupcakes. It also serves cookies and layer cakes and offers its own blend of teas. The shop is not big like the usual coffee shops but this is what makes it unique. The atmosphere is nice and the stuff friendly. If you have a sweet tooth, you would love Peggy Porschen Cakes.
If you are a tea lover like me then I have the perfect place for you! If you are planning to visit Amsterdam then don’t forget to pass by The Smallest House. It’s literally the smallest self-contained house in the capital and you can find it in the address Oude Hoogstraat, number 22. I accidentally found it a couple of weeks ago while I was walking around the city.
FYC was the first Frozen Yogurt place that opened up in Thessaloniki at the end of 2011, and it’s actually the only one that makes fresh frozen yogurt from scratch. The place came highly recommended and once I visited it, there was no doubt that it was the best of the city. I always stop by FYC when I’m downtown and I’ve taken the girls of the team there, many times. It was recently renovated and as you can see the place looks amazing: modern and minimal. Its frozen yogurt is always fresh and delicious and you can find it in many popular flavors, and with tons of toppings to put on it. Apart from the frozen yogurt which is the main attraction of the place, they also serve smoothies, coffees, waffles, crepes, and lots of different kinds of refreshments. We definitely recommend the pyramid delight (pictured below), where you can choose 3 toppings to put on top of 3 layers of froyo. It’s absolutely scrumptious!
As you already know, Stylishly Beautiful’s team loves both sweet and savory dishes. But there are times when we can’t resist some temptations. That’s why, our visit to Spoon was inevitable. It’s a sunny and beautiful coffee shop in Thessaloniki’s center with pleasant environment and friendly staff. Personally, I had heard about it because of its waffles, on top of which you can add whatever ingredients you want and create your own sweet combination. Apart from that, you are going to find some great suggestions for breakfast there, like delicious juices and smoothies and various seasonal salads for brunch. One visit will be enough for you to love it like we do, trust us!!
Estrella is a cute and cozy restaurant in Thessaloniki’s center with friendly staff. It is well-known for creating the famous “bougatsan”, a hybrid dessert. More specifically, it’s a homemade butter croissant with warm bougatsa cream which contains real Madagascar vanilla.
As food lovers with a sweet tooth, we had to visit it. Our first impressions are very positive. In its menu, you will find both sweet and savory dishes, suitable for breakfast and brunch. The dishes are beautifully decorated like the ones you’ll find in expensive restaurants. The bougatsan comes in 5 variations; We tried 3 of them: the classic one, one with chocolate and one with red fruits, and we’ll probably try the rest of them in the near future. We also couldn’t resist trying an omelet with bacon and cheddar, scrambled eggs on a bagel and French toasts with turkey and cheddar. And for the smoothie-addicts, there are some delicious suggestions waiting for you. Needless to say, you have to visit it yourself in order to discover Estrella’s delights!!
Dublin, Ireland’s capital – such a beautiful, historic and cultured city! Ireland gave to the world some of the most important writers, such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Beckett, George Bernard Shaw and William Butler Yeats, among others (and you can find them at the Writers Museum) and fantastic rock bands like U2 (keep in mind Bono and The Edge’s hotel there, The Clarence), The Cranberries (from Limerick, in the mid-west), and singers like Enya and Sinéad O’Connor, for example. Not to mention the Leprechauns 🙂 It’s really a country with rich culture. Let’s have a tour?