I got back to London last Sunday evening after a 24-hour flight, and started my new job the next day on Monday morning. After a couple of early nights I was ready to hit the London scene again, luckily in perfect time for the Tribal Media 1st birthday party (more on this soon!). I invited Jasiminne along, and after the party we were gonna head to Duck and Waffle so I could finally experience it. Sadly this didn't work out, as even at 11pm it was packed. so we ended up in Sushisamba instead!
And I'm so glad we did! Japanese food is a favourite of mine, and Sushisamba is a fusion of Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian, so there's really something for everyone. Jasiminne and I were starving, so we ordered a huge array of different dishes to share. We started with crispy yellowtail taquitos, which were quite honestly the best tacos I've ever tasted in my life. Full of flavour and spice they were one of the highlights of the entire meal.
Finally it was dessert time. We had the Mango Mousse and the Mochi, and shared between the two of us. Just look how pretty the plate-art is! Remember how I told you in my last post about how amazing my skin always is when in Australia? Well it continued for most of the week after I got back, but literally the day after we went to Sushisamba I broke out majorly, the polluted London air finally got to my skin 4 days after being back, and I'm so angry I could actually cry. Damn you London! So here are the last few pics of it looking all nice and flawless (well...there'll be more in the Tribal Media party post).
|Photo from Jasiminne.|
After dinner we walked out onto the balcony to see the view over London, but it was freezing cold so we went to the toilets to take mirror selfies then headed home.
|Photo from Jasiminne.|
I went boring and wore a black jumper with black jeans...so I brightened up the outfit with my Yull Cornbury Shoes! I'm absolutely in love with them!
So, thinking of going to the 38th floor of Heron Tower? Definitely do, it really was something special. You can find Sushisamba in Heron Tower right by Liverpool Street station. If you live outside of London they also have a few in the USA. We had a really lovely evening, and we had a lot of fun discussing all of our gossip from the past two months we've been apart (Jas was in Malaysia then got back a day after I flew to Australia!). I love seeing friends after months apart and having so much to talk about that you can't speak quickly enough, I think the waiters were slightly scared.