I have been a huge fan of Tim Walker's work for a good few years now, it all started when I choose to explore the theme of fantasy for my A level photography. So when I saw that Somerset House were hosting an exhibition of his work I knew I had to go. The exhibition is amazing, it combines props, photographs and words beautifully to show the audience a real insight to him and how he goes about producing his work. I've never been to an exhibition where I have felt like I am part of one of the artist's photographs. The exhibition is free and is on right up until the 27th January so you have ages to go and see it, but I recommend you go sooner rather than later as you really do not want to miss out!
After the amazing exhibition we headed to Soho for out first trip to the lovely Breakfast Club cafe , I had the veggie all American Pancakes which had pancakes (obviously), eggs, veggie sausage, mushrooms, home-style fried potatoes and maple syrup (see photo below). It was my first time having eggs for ages and I was pleasantly surprised that I didn't hate them as much as I thought I would. My boyfriend went for the Half Monty which had Bacon, sausage, eggs, beans, tomato and toasted multigrain bloomer. There were so many things on the menu I wanted to try; I definitely will have to be take a trip there again. As a vegetarian there are plenty of things to choose from, the next two on my list are the breakfast burrito and the fantastically named "when Halloumi met Salad wrap", I highly recommend this place!