regents park + halva bakery

regents park + halva bakery

a visit to regents park is a must in london.
it might be less popular compared to hyde park,
but i think it is an absolute hidden gem. the rose
garden alone is so worth wandering through while here.
IMG_6003i have a soft spot for it from visiting often in college interning
here in london and spending hours running through here and
stopping to smell the roses (quite literally!) during our time in
london this fall i took the chance to go on a few morning runs
and soak in the fall leaves, followed with some good brunch stops.

IMG_5979the fall colors were killing me this year!
IMG_5963 IMG_5965 IMG_5966Regent's Park & Halva IMG_5980 IMG_5983 IMG_5985 IMG_5986 IMG_5988 IMG_5989IMG_5992 IMG_5994 IMG_5995 IMG_5999 IMG_6005 IMG_6008 IMG_6010 IMG_6011the rose names are without a doubt my very favorite part ^^
IMG_6012 IMG_6014after getting my dose of roses, i tubed all the way across town
to try out a new breakfast spot: halva bakery in fulham.
Regent's Park & Halva1halva means “something sweet,” which is what you’ll find here!

IMG_6152IMG_6158i went for their delicious (and hearty) quiche.
it was so filling and just my cup of tea.

IMG_6148Regent's Park & Halva5i guess i had run enough that i deserved a treat with the quiche ^^
this fluffy, crunchy, glorious almond croissant + some chouquettes.

Regent's Park & Halva3 IMG_6159 another brilliant day in londie town!