Cafe’s To Work From In London

London is full of young professionals, including myself! So we have decided to compile a list of cafes you can work from if you are lucky enough to be able to work from home.

Black Lab is on Clapham Common Southside and is a super cute coffee shop. There is enough seating inside and outside along with an extensive menu. You can have dairy milk or almond milk and there are lots of cakes and treats to enjoy too. In the sunshine its nice to sit outside, however it can be very noisy as you are right on the road.

Located near to Old Street station this place serves a delicious coffee! It is also very spacious (although doesn’t look like it on the outside). There are long benches upstairs which has plug sockets and then lots more tables downstairs. This is a popular place for people to work from and I even spied someone holding interviews here. The wifi is great too!

Farm Girl in Notting Hill is often very very busy and its hard to get a seat, same with the one in Chelsea. However Farm Girl at 1 Carnaby Street is a lot quieter. Located above Sweaty Betty this is a great place to work from. The wifi is excellent and the atmosphere is relaxed. There is also lovely outside seating for the summer. You can treat yourself to a matcha latte and be super millennial!

This Whole Foods is so big and there is so much choice! There is a huge section for takeaway food/lunch options, but you could also do your weekly shop here if you are rich enough! Anyway, upstairs is a spacious seating area which is lovely to work from. The wifi is strong and there are plenty of plug sockets. Make sure you get there early to get a seat before the lunchtime rush!

This Whole Foods has a large seating area upstairs with plenty of places to sit at. You can sit at the window and watch the world go by down below or can sit on one if the main tables. Again, pretty decent wifi and plenty of plug sockets.

This cafe is an Instagram dream, the stairs are marble, the tables are marble, the lighting is bright and there are cactus’ everywhere! What’s even better the wifi is fab. They serve breakfast until 11.30am and there is lots to choose from. The lunchtime menu is also fab, check out the burger! The only problem here is that there are not enough plug sockets so make sure you arrive with a fully charged laptop!

Okay we aren’t exaggerating when we say Gails bakery serves the best hot chocolate we have tasted! There are also so many delicious bakery delights to choose from. There are plenty of tables in all the Gail’s we have visited (and we have been to a fair few!), there are also so many plug sockets which makes spending all day here ideal. The wifi is fab as well and there is also a jug of water to help yourself when you get thirsty.

The Coral Room is located in the Bloomsbury Hotel (also home of Dalloway Terrace). It is the perfect spot to work from and has great WiFi! It is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and it is hidden so not everyone knows it exists! They have a great brunch menu and the coffee is fab if you are also looking for a bite to eat. The staff treat you amazingly and do not rush you out of your seat- will definitely be returning!

Staying at Maison Talbooth

Maison Talbooth is located in the village of Dedham about 20 minutes from Colchester. The hotel has 12 rooms in total so a small hotel where you are treated like royalty! As there are few guests it means the staff are able to be very attentive and make you feel like the only guest staying there.

On arrival when we were in our taxi in the car park, the hotel looks more like a grand house, we walked up the grand stairs that lead to the main entrance. The 5* treatment began as soon as we entered the door, the staff opened the main door for us and greeted us with a warm smile we were totally wowed by the main lounge area.

The hallway has a grand piano, the most comfiest seats and and warming fire. Afternoon tea is served daily at 2pm in the lounge it was in full swing when we arrived and looked very cosy and inviting. Through the main room you go to the garden room, where there are more tables for afternoon tea and that is also where breakfast is served.

The rooms are spread over two floors, our room (Shelley) was located on the first floor and had windows with the most stunning views. The rooms are named afters famous writers including Shakespeare, Keats & Eliot. 

The room we were in was a deluxe room, it had a large and VERY comfy bed with a gorgeous faux fur throw and super squishy pillows. We could have stayed in bed all day!

The mini bar had complimentary soft drinks including coke, apple juice & still or sparkling water. There was also an array of teas and hot chocolate. The room also had an amazing coffee machine with different types of pods to make the perfect coffee for yourself. If you needed milk you just had to call reception and they brought you up some milk (very promptly might we add!) 

There were dressing gowns and slippers which we of course took full advantage of. They also had a fabulous hair dryer that dried our hair very quickly we were so impressed.

The bathroom was ginormous with a huge free standing bath in the middle, shower and the other usual facilities.

There was also shampoo, conditioner and body lotion from Aromatherapy Associates, which we have to say smelt incredible!

We couldn’t stop saying how cosy the room was and we really wish we had a couple more nights! We had a perfect nights sleep and loved how dark the room was a night.

The hotel also has in house spa treatments which they had pre-booked for us for 4pm. The spa treatment rooms were on the first floor, so we could literally walk straight out the room and be ready for our massages. The staff at the spa were super friendly and made us feel welcome and comfortable. We had the option of having separate treatment rooms or sharing a room which was nice of them to offer! The spa offers many different treatments from, full body massage, facial, manicure or pedicure. 

The hotel also has the cutest pool house with an outdoor heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Of course we made use of the jacuzzi it was so lovely and warm! Even though the swimming pool is heated at Maison Talbooth we were not quite brave enough!

You need a code to enter the gated pool house area and then once you are in you have full access to the facilities including a lovely chill out room, outdoor fire, showers and changing rooms. There was an honesty bar which is a very trusting thing! You can help yourself to any soft drinks or alcohol and then fill in a slip with what you have taken. Tea and coffee however are complimentary.

For dinner the hotel offers a complimentary Maison Talbotth car to take you to Le Talbooth restaurant which is 900m away. As soon as you let the staff know they organise the car right away. The car itself was impressive, a lovely BMW with heated seats and screens too!

The general manager Evan, who was such a nice man and amazing at his job, took us to the restaurant. He also gave us a little history on the restaurant and explained how it was used for the horses who pulled the boat along the canal to stop off for a rest or some food! The building was simply stunning with beams and low ceilings inside. We have written a separate post all about the restaurant but we shall just say here how delicious the food was and how nice the staff were too! 

When we returned to our room after dinner we noticed our bed had been turned down! We thought this was super cute and a lovely touch, we did have a chuckle though as we had things all over our room, life of a blogger hey!

Breakfast is served from 7am-9:30am and it is served as we previously mentioned in the garden room. There was plenty to choose from and of course we had to write a separate post all about breakfast (it is our favourite meal of the day after all!)

Maison Talbooth has such beautiful grounds, we woke up extra early on Sunday morning to take some pictures. It was the perfect morning it was so frosty and the sun was still rising!

The Maison Talbooth is the most luscious boutique hotel and would be the perfect getaway for a celebration, romantic weekend away or an escape to the countryside. 

We also love the fact that you can hire out the entire Maison Talbooth hotel, if you want a ‘house party’ or for a hen do! The hotel sleeps 24 guests so its perfect for a massive celebration. To hire for the house party costs approx £193 per person which includes, dinner, afternoon tea and breakfast. To hire for a hen do costs £300 per person which includes afternoon tea, 30 min spa treatment, unlimited Prosecco, dinner & breakfast. Both of these options you also get full access to all the facilities; the swimming pool, tennis courts etc. 

Mansions Talbooth can be booked via the Britain’s Finest website.

Thank you so much Maison Talbooth for having us stay, we had the dreamiest weekend and loved every minute of it!

We were gifted a one nights stay

Le Talbooth restaurant

Le Talbooth is the restaurant associated with the Maison Talbooth hotel. All guests staying at the Maison Talbooth are able to book dinner at the Le Talbooth and get a complimentary car to take them to and from the restaurant. The restaurant is only 900m away from the hotel but it feels nice to be taken out for dinner!

Le Talbooth is located overlooking the River Stour, we only saw it in the dark but we can imagine it is truly stunning when the sun is shining. They have received many awards due to their great food & service and we cannot say we are surprised!

The restaurant is VERY popular so you will need to book in advance. We noticed that the waiters new some of the customers by their name, we got the impression that lots of them were regulars at Le Talbooth.

The restaurant is gorgeous on the outside and the inside for that matter, with beams and low ceilings that make it super cosy.

We decided to have a drink at the bar before sitting down to dinner, we sat in the cute snug area which had a roaring fire and comfy seats. We both went for a Hendricks gin & tonic served in gorgeous glasses and had a slice of cucumber, ice and tonic. There was so much to choose from, so many different gins, wines, champagne and plenty of other spirits some of which we had never heard of! There sure is something for everyone!

We also ordered our food and wine whilst sat here, although we would suggest waiting until at your table to order your food so you don’t feel rushed and can enjoy your time at the table more. We decided to go for three courses, because why not! 

We decided to share a bottle of red wine with our meal we went for the house red which cost £22.50 this was definitely one of the cheapest wines on the menu, we did see one for £1671! We loved the glasses, you really cannot beat a huge wine glass!

The menu had lots of variety and it was hard to pick from the starters as we liked the sound of quite a lot of them! In the end Rach went for the Smoked Duck and Goose Liver Terrine, it was served with apple and vanilla jelly, candied hazelnuts and toasted brioche. The dish was served so beautiful and the attention to detail was perfection.

Annie went for the Poached Native Lobster with Claw Spring Roll. This was served with sweet corn, bacon and spring onions. This dish was SO delicious and I wanted to eat it all over again! When it arrived it was covered in a white foam which isn’t something either of us had seen before!

The waitress also served us a plate of bread and butter which of course we demolished! The butter was super buttery, our favourite!

For main, this was not a hard choice at all as we both knew we HAD to go for the chateaubriand steak which was for two people. This came with dauphinoise potatoes, greens, shallots, madeira jus and béarnaise sauce. We asked for the steak to be medium rare and to us it was cooked to perfection and we both agreed was the nicest steak we have ever eaten.

The waitress carved the steak in front of you, and dished up the potatoes and vegetables. We were then asked if we wanted the sauce and how much. We both opted for both of the sauces and loved the béarnaise so much we asked for more. Instead of just giving us another spoonful each they gave us the entire dish to share – we were in béarnaise heaven!!!

Again for dessert, there were so many options but we both had to go for the chocolate fondant. This was served with apricot ice cream, poached pears, and white chocolate & rosemary foam. The flavour combinations of these dessert were out of this world! The combination of the incredible melt in the middle chocolate cake, with the citrus/fruity ice cream, mixed with white chocolate and rosemary just married up perfectly and we both couldn’t stop talking about how amazing it was! It was the perfect way to end the dinner.

We also love looking at what everyone else had ordered and can hands down say that all the food that was served looked exquisite, the presentation was amazing and it all looked so yummy.

After dinner we asked to go back to the bar to finish our wine and the staff were more than happy for us to do this and took our wine and glasses over for us! 

We also noticed the dessert plate that was served if it was your birthday! It looked so delicious and we kind of wished it was one of our birthdays!

As you can imagine the toilets at Le Talbooth were amazing and SO clean!

We honestly cannot rate this restaurant enough. The food was some of the best food we have ever eaten, we were totally blown away! The staff were unbelievably attentive and great at their jobs. If you are ever in the area or staying in Maison Talbooth then you MUST make a visit!

Panzerotto Blues Tooting Market

Want to sample the only panzerotto in London….. well you might not even know what it is, so let us tell you first and then we are sure you will want to try it too!

Panzerotto is similar to a calzone that is probably the best way to describe what it looks like but let us tell you it is NOT a calzone and Panzerotte Blues make sure you know this too….. look at these signs and you will agree!

It is basically a sourdough pizza base with a filling of your choice that is folded over then deep fried. Now you may think oh wow its fried, its going to be really greasy, well you are wrong, it isn’t greasy at all, in fact its super crispy and light and we are converted!

We were lucky enough to meet the owner and founder who chatted to us and told us the process of it and also told us little stories about the Panzerotto!

Now, we have told you a little about the panzerotto you now want to know where it is! Head to Tooting Market in, you guessed it Tooting and you will find Panzerotto Blues, you order from thier little kiosk and can either sit at the seats they have along the wall or on the main communcal seats in the middle of the market. They also sell them at Greenwich market, so make sure you head down there as well (Monday – Friday only!)

Rachel went for the Margherita panzerotto which was absolutely delicious! The panzerotto was both filling and light! We didn’t feel overly full but we were also 100% satisfied! Annie ordered their best selling panzerotto which was the Panz Jungle- mushrooms, spinach, goats cheese and a sprinkle of chilli flakes giving it that extra kick!

The Margherita was £5.50 and the Panz Jungle was £6.35 which we think is very decent for a market stall lunch, especially when it’s so fresh and cooked in front of you!

A Jazz Apple a Day

Apples have to be one of our favourite fruits of all time, every morning before we leave the house we grab one out the fridge and yes we do believe they have to be kept in the fridge but we wont get into the debate!

We love having an apple ready and available to eat whenever we get slightly peckish! Did anyone else’s mum tell them to ‘have an apple’ if they moaned about being hungry? Gosh how that has stuck with us!

We went away to Colchester for the weekend and we always make sure we throw a couple of Jazz apples in our bag to keep us going when we get peckish!

We are actually quite fussy with our apples, they have to be super crunchy and full of flavour, we cannot stand a soft furry apple YUK! That is where Jazz apples are so good, they can be out of the fridge all day and still have a delicious crunch to them.

Jazz Apples originally from New Zealand and are actually the result of a natural breeding process between the Royal Gala and Braeburn apple! Jazz apples are grown in sun drenched orchards in New Zealand but they are also grown in the UK, Europe, USA, Chile, South Africa and Australia.

Look our for their distinctive bright blue label in the supermarkets when you are browsing the apples. Jazz apples can be found in Aldi, Asda, Tesco, M&S, Sainsburys, Waitrose, Ocado, Morrisons, Lidl, Coop & Booths.

We found ours in Sainsbury’s and we purchased a pack of 4! They didn’t last long hehe we need to re stock the next time we visit the shops!

So the next time you go to the shops branch out a little bit and try the Jazz Apple! We cannot recommend it enough and we have got our friends and family loving them as well.

Wroclaw Tourist Guide

We really wished we had a tourist guide when we were visiting Wroclaw so we thought we would write one for you all instead!

Wroclaw is a city in Poland that’s think is over shadowed and when we told people we were visiting Wroclaw, the usual response was ‘where’!?! Most people when visiting Poland go to Krakow or Warsaw but we cannot recommend Wroclaw enough!

Flights to Wroclaw are pretty cheap which is why we decided to visit (we only paid £36 return, such a bargain!) and accommodation is equally reasonable. We can recommend the Tower Apartments enough and you can read our post all about it soon!

So if you have already booked your trip to Wroclaw or are thinking of visit Poland heres our tourist guide to ensure you have a fabulous time!

Things you must do during your visit:

Market Square & Old Town- Of course you have to visit the market square and old town when you are in Wroclaw! You can walk the entire way round the marker square and there are tons of restaurants to choose from! All of the houses are so colourful we just had to stop and take a couple of photos!

Tumski Bridge (Love lock)- we knew there was a love lock bridge in Wroclaw but we didn’t set out to find it, we just stumbled across it as we were walking across the mini islands! We loved the sparkly pink, purple and blue hearts they had placed on the bridge! We had to take a selfie of course! There is also a place to purchase the locks on the bridge.

Gnome hunting– There are 300 or so gnomes of drawf statues in Wroclaw to be found. You will wander around and stumble across them or you can make it your mission to try and find them all! We spotted about 15 in the end over our two days exploring the city!

Park Szczytnicki- we didn’t actually get w chance to visit this park! The weather was pretty wet during our visit and it was quite far out we were really gutted though and we can imagine this park on a beautiful sunny day would be stunning! So make sure you definitely check it out!

Indoor market dh Hala Targowa- it started it rain one afternoon so we headed back to our apartment to drop some bits off and have an action plan! We were on our phones googling what to do when we came across Dh Hala Targowa which was home to an indoor market! We decided to visit as it was only open on Saturdays! It was a giant food market selling every kind of vegetable, fruit, dried fruit, nuts & snacks you can imagine! There were also fake flower stalls, meat stalls and mini cafes dotted around. It was really interesting and if you are stuck for things to do we would recommend a visit.

P.s cabbages in Poland are MASSIVE! Have a look at our picture below LOL!

Walking down the back streets- this is something we always recommend when we visit new places and even when people visit London! There are so many hidden gems that you would never usually stumble upon! We found so many cool cafes and restaurants as we wondered around! We also stumbled across a music festival for a charity (read more about that below)!


Christmas markets– Wroclaw has one of Polands largest Christmas markets that takes over 2 sides of the beautiful famous square. The market is one of the earlier ones to open in Poland and usually opens in the third week of November and closes on 31st December. The market is open from 10am – 9pm.

2nd weekend in January – An annal event Wielka Orkiestra Swiatecznej Pomocy, to raise money for charity happens every year on the second weekend in January (the weekend we happened to be there). Familys, friends and groups all stand around the city (some dressed up!) with stickers which you can get when you donate to the charity box. They raise money for different charities and in 2019 it was for hospitals for poorly babies. There is also a big concert at Plac Nowy Targ where there are food stalls and games.

Summer- Summer in Wroclaw would be pretty stunning, the colourful buildings and clear blue skies and hot weather what more could you want?! Also in summer they have pop up beach bars dotted around the city and also a floating bar on the river too. Think we may have to return in summer!

We honestly could not recommend visiting Wroclaw enough! We cannot wait to go back and visit in the summer!

Health Trends for 2019

Health and fitness has of course continued to be a trend throughout 2018! We love it it’s part of our job so it’s great that we get to promote this to others!

There has of course been a huge increase in people wanting to live healthy lifestyles and 2019 is set to be no different; in fact we have been chatting to Qlu Health and they are predicting that wellness trends will continue to rise in 2019 and we completely agree with them!

First of all before we get into the 2019 health trends we thought we would tell you a little bit more about Qlu Health. They are new DNA fitness and health testing company based in London. They have such a great missions statement which you can read below:

Qlu Health is on a mission to improve the health of people around the world through the power of genetics.

We have been reading some of the stats on the Qlu Health website and they really are quite eye opening! Did you know that 30% of the global population are overweight or obese, 42% of all cancer cases are preventable and 5% of people

on genetically appropriate diets lose 5.3% more weight than those who are not!

Qlu Health 2019 Health Predictions

See below just a few of the trends that Qlu Health have predicted! To read all of their predictions you can read their full blog post here.

Meal prep

This isn’t just a pretty Instagram trend! Prepping healthy and sustainable meals in advance will ensure that you’re eating a balanced diet day in, day out, and will save time thanks to your productivity and money in the long run thanks to less waste. Keep in even more on trend by incorporating new and unusual ingredients – see below for some examples of these.

Sleep Optimisation

In 2019, the quality of your sleep rather than quantity should be priority. Research into sleep habits has shown the importance of the hormones cortisol and melatonin, how they work in rhythm and balance to optimise your sleep. People will learn more about how balancing these hormones plays a big role in sleep and understanding your own personal Circadian Rhythm,meaning sleep quality and thus overall health will increase. Here are the top ways to improve your sleep:

Reduce screen time before bed.

Block blue light from your bedroom.

Use a sleep tracker to learn how your individual body works.

Reset your internal body clock by going to bed earlier – 9.30pm is recommended – and keeping a routine, even on weekends.

Going dry

There has been a huge decrease in alcohol consumption in the UK over the past 10 or so years. In fact, Generation Z has been said to have the lowest rates of alcohol consumption, and around 10.6million people in the UK said that they do not drink alcohol at all in 2016.

As people realise the short and long term impact alcohol has on their bodies, particularly on their fitness levels, mental health and diet, going “dry” will be taken up by even more of the population.

Intuitive health

Eating intuitively to get back to basics is set to spike in 2019. Intuitive eating explores understanding what your individual body needs –this might be through trial and error, feeling out what your body reacts best to, or through nutrition DNA or food sensitivity testing.

This post is a collaborative partnership with information provided in a press release

Our love for hiking/walking

You probably already know this by now but we just LOVE walking/hiking! There is something about being outside in the fresh air using your legs to get from A to B, taking in the views, chatting and just enjoying the world we live in! Sometimes we like to go on adventurous hikes, rucksack, supplies for the day, compass, map you name it, other times we like to go for a gentle walk around where we live, we also love walking around London and using our legs to get from A to B rather than using the tube.

In the winter we love wrapping up warm with a coat, scarf, gloves and going for a nice long walk, sometimes a stop in a pub is also involved. In the summer we like to take advantage of the beautiful weather and heading out for a long walk, just don’t forget that bottle of water.

The one thing we cannot recommend enough is a good pair of hiking boots and of course a comfy pair of socks. It is important to invest in a super comfy pair of walking boots, we use this website to find the perfect pair of boots, there are lots to choose from, and they may not be the sexiest but let us tell you, walking boots are so comfy and make that long hike a lot easier! Now you have your boots it’s important to get some good socks to wear with them, we really like the Bridgedale brand and love the variety of colours and how soft they are – check them out here.

If you are an adventurous person and like camping and hiking, then you can purchase a camping mat to ensure you get a good nights sleep! When I was in campervan in Canada I could’ve really done with a good sleeping mat as the ‘bed’ in the campervan was not super comfy, so we cannot recommend investing in a good camping mat enough.

Iggy Pizza In Wroclaw

Okay so it might sound a little strange that we went for pizza when in Poland BUT how could we not visit Iggy Pizza!

We read so many good reviews online about Iggy Pizza that we just had to make a visit! Whilst doing our research we actually realised that Wroclaw is also known as ‘little Venice’ because they have an entire area full of pizzerias!

We arrived at Iggy Pizza at around 7:15pm and the restaurant was already buzzing. We were shown to our table and the waitress provided us with en English menu. We had read online that they didn’t have an English menu available so this was a nice surprise!

We loved the interiors especially the giant pink quotation signs! One of our favourites being ‘Real Queens Eat Pizza’! The tables were marble which is of course a bloggers dream so we were delighted with that as well.

To drink we both ordered a glass of red wine for 12 Polish Zloty which is is less than £3! The wine tasted delicious (but like we have mentioned previously we are no wine connoisseurs lol)!

We both ordered a Margherita pizza was which was priced at 22 Zloty, which is about £5! We both added on an extra, Annie had mushrooms and Rach had Prosciutto ham which were an additional 5 Zloty which is £1.

We loved how thin the pizza bases were at Iggy Pizza, they did have a airy but thick crust that again wasn’t too doughy and sooo delicious.

Lol gotta get that shot! 😂

They also gave you the option to swap your cheese to vegan cheese free of charge so Iggy Pizza would also be a good option for any vegan or plant based eaters.

We would definitely recommend Iggy Pizza to anyone visit Wroclaw! We enjoyed great pizza with a delightful atmosphere that certainly didn’t break the bank!

Di Dinette Wroclaw Brunch

Now if you want a brunch place to visit when in Wroclaw, you must visit Di Dinette. It is simply delicious. Brunch seems to be such a big thing in Wroclaw, similar to any other city these days! Brunch really is taking off and Wroclaw did not disappoint. You can check out about Wroclaw Brunch post here.

We soon realised when arriving in Wroclaw how cheap it was and its crazy that an entire brunch for 2 of us cost the same amount as 1 dish back in London!

We both opted for a coffee (of course) Annie went for an americano and Rach had a cappucino. We both also decided to order a ‘cocktail’ as they called them, which was basically a smoothie. For the smoothies they all sound great, but we chose the Mangolinas and the Pink Rosemary which were sooo delicious! We reckon you would be very happy with any of the smoothies off the menu.

For the food we had to go for the waffles and the pancakes as the pictures of them on Instagram looked great!

The waffles were served with a generous portion of bacon and 2 bright orange fried eggs (the sign of a good egg!), it was all drizzled in maple syrup, it was utterly delicious and so so filling!

The pancakes came with seasonal fruit, although we didn’t think that nectarines and mangos are in season in winter. There were 4 pancakes in the stack and the super fluffy pancakes were drizzled in maple syrup. The pancakes came with these amazing cinnamon apples and we wished they just came with these, and lots of them!

The atmosphere is great, with people coming and going and there are plenty of tables. However by the time we had left there was a queue for people wanting their brunch fix!

We actually loved Dinette so much that we visited twice! On the Sunday we ordered two new dishes! Annie opted for the Moroccan eggs and Rach had the bacon and avocado toast!

The Moroccan eggs were delicious it was avocado, 2 poached eggs and hummus but I also added extra bacon! Would definitely recommend this dish it was so delicious.

The avocado and bacon on toast was more like a toastie, we thought it would be placed on top of a slice of toast but instead it was grilled into a toasted sandwich. It was delicious but Rach would more recommend as a lunch dish instead of brunch!

Rach also tried a new smoothie which was the pomarango, it was banana, mango, orange juice and mint and it was really refreshing.

Brunch price Breakdown: Pancakes 21 Waffles 21 Americano Cappuccino Smoothie – Total = 95 zloty including service which is roughly £19

Our bill on the Sunday was cheaper as we didn’t order any coffee! It came to roughly £16 so again another bargain.

If you are in are in Wroclaw you have got to visit, the dinner menu also sounds incredible! So if we return we will be trying it out for sure.