The Buttery Cafe

I remember when I first moved to London and fell in love with Hampstead.  It was so pretty even on a miserable rainy day that I went home and dramatically declared to my sister that we must move there.

The Buttery Cafe sits at the top of my road in the 300 year old Burgh House and opposite The Livingstone Studio, a world renowned high-end craft studio.  In these wonderful hot summer days al fresco dining is much desired and this is an inexpensive pretty cafe to enjoy flower gardens and tranquillity with your tea and scones or Sunday dinner.

After you finish you can walk your calories off by browsing the old book shops and antiques arcade or enjoy gourmet ice creams on your way to the Heath, Britain’s oldest designated park land.

Bubbly

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One Comment to “The Buttery Cafe”

  1. What a hidden treasure. Thanks for sharing.

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