Wednesday, November 27, 2013

A London Adventure, Part 4


Continuing my London Adventure with Mo, the author of the Fresh Eyes on London blog, we stopped for lunch at the brand new restaurant of the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park.  Not only was there a car park readily available, but we were fortunate to try the beautiful and modern museum restaurant called The Magazine.


The food was so beautifully presented and tasted so good that I completely forgot to take any photos until the dessert arrived.  The presentation for this artistic and I might add tasty interpretation of creme brûlée was as dramatic as any modern art painting we would have seen in the gallery itself.


After lunch, it was nearing time to return the car but we had time to make one last stop in Regents Park.  Over all my London visits, I had never been to Regents Park before so it was a particular treat for me to see this beautiful place.  Even with the fall season winding down, the park was still a colorful place to take a walk on the many paths.  I even got to see the BT Tower peeking out between the trees. This series will continue on Friday.

13 comments:

Cath.H.C Photography said...

c'est magnifique, très joli post!
it is splendid, very pretty post,
Thanks & Welcome for your comment and your next visit to my blogs.
Have a nice day! Cath.

Bill Nicholls said...

Well I just poped over here drom Mo's fresh eyes on London. Not living there I do love seeing photos from round the city but then being a country boy I am more at home here. Enjoyed your blog so dicided to follwo you, hope you follow me as well.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Ooo! The creme brûlée looks unbelievably delish, amazing presentation. Regent Park looks gorgeous in the last of its autumn colour. Looks like you two had the bet time.

Judy said...

After eating that work of art, a walk around the beautiful park would be a must. The fall color with the lush green grass is striking.

Birdman said...

1st one reminds me of the Jetsons!

RedPat said...

I love creme brule, Sharon! Great looking restaurant in the park.

William Kendall said...

Those fall colours particularly look lovely!

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Just caught up with this. I'd missed the previous ones so now I have to back up and read them.

Kate said...

I bet you hated to leave after such an outstanding tour.

Kate said...

I bet you hated to leave after such an outstanding tour.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

That restaurant is a work of art itself, thanks for taking me to somewhere in my country that I've never been to myself. I'm enjoying your view of London.

llandudnopictures said...

The tower looks very alien, surrounded by all those colourful trees... and your dessert is a work of art. Shame to eat it!

JM said...

Awesome ceiling and lights on the top shot and wonderful autumn view below.