Let’s do Lunch | Kinho & Kinha catch-up Dinner at Pho, Soho

 

Let's do Lunch Pho: Kinho and Kai

Every year my best friend Kinho from Brazil flies to London for a work conference, then takes the opportunity to stay an extra few days with me in Soho. When it comes to recommending  places to eat, I have to admit I’m not the most experimental (something I’m on a mission to change), I tend to stick to what I know… and Pho was on the list for a healthy (and slurpy) catch up with my bestie bro! Continue reading

Let’s do Lunch Travel | The Local Hotspot: Caffé del Kassaro, Palermo Sicily

If you’re looking for delightfully authentic Sicilian food at affordable prices during your stay in Palermo, Caffé del Kassaro is my recommended go-to place! You’ll find this gem open only during breakfast and lunch-time hours, conveniently tucked away a stones throw from Palermo Cathedral… Don’t let the name or the entrance deceive you, this restaurant offers much more that just coffee and treats! Continue reading

Let’s do Lunch Travel| Czeched-in: City Break in Hradec Králové

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One of my top tips for urban girls wanting to get ahead and expand their networks is – travel. Sometimes getting out of your ‘comfort zone’, your usual routine, can be enough to re-spark some vitality, or simply help you re-focus on your goal. Besides, it’s a great way to make new contacts, not to mention create meaningful connections outside your usual circles.

So I took my own advice and found myself heading to Stanstead airport last Saturday to czech-in for a flight to the Czech Republic… And no, it wasn’t to Prague this time. Continue reading

Working Lunch: Let’s do Lunch Network meets Global Dinners at Whyte & Brown

When Global Dinners co-founder Ricardo Tannus reached out via LinkedIn to hear more about Let’s Do Lunch Network, it wasn’t long before the conversation went from email, to a meal! I met up with Ricardo at Whyte & Brown in Kingly Court for lunch, and it turns out food isn’t our only common interest. Brazil, Ghana, student-initiative-turned-business, promoting diversity and connecting people through sharing of food are just some of the things which connected us! Continue reading