I meat Safari through Lime & Tonic

A couple of weeks ago, I came across Lime & Tonic an online platform, just like “your own social concierge” that provides you access to exclusive food and drink experiences in the coolest London places.

One experience in particular caught my eye…Meat Safari ! I thought myself, here, in London?!? In this freezing cold weather?! Why not??

I booked it at once through my Lime & Tonic account and on Wednesday evening, slightly after 7 p.m. we arrived at the Golden Arrow restaurant in Pullman hotel in St.Pancras.

After taking a couple of spontaneous photos in my Safari in London look


we sat at the Chef’s table, right in front of where all these exotic delights were being prepared, alongside with Katherine of Lady loves cake, Lucy of Food Goblin, Fred, Chloe and Charlie.


Our charming chef, Rees Smith came to meet us and answer all of our questions like, “Do you get the crocodiles from London Zoo?” or “Do you face any problems putting  a hopping kangaroo on the grill?” (bad, baaaad taste of humor)


OK PEOPLE, I have to say it out loud, the food was incredible! One of a kind ! Pure Safari delight! However, I shall leave it to the food experts to seduce you with their juicy details (here & here). My sacred – after finishing dinner – mission – as a genuine social media freak – was to spread the word…whatsapping photos and “You should definitely come here, OMG that was amazing, book it now, the chef is so cute, we have to come together next time, I told you so and la la la”.


I was so excited I didn’t want the night to end so early. I threw the idea…let’s have some oysters and cocktails at Gilbert Scott bar next door, in St. Pancras Renaissance hotel!


Hmm, wrong way out. I should try the other door.


See you later…alligator 😉


Costume De Rigueur for Meat Safari: Stella McCartney Linen Trousers, Vintage shirt, Zara faux fur vest, leopard cardigan from Roccoco vintage store, Hermès scarf, Marc by Marc Jacobs pop ring, DKNY ponyskin envelope, vintage weekender bag

P.S. You should check my fashiolista for similar garments and pieces.

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One comment on “I meat Safari through Lime & Tonic
  1. […] ethnic dress(similar in Zara), Roccoco Vintage leopard cardigan(You have already seen it here and here. What can I say? It’s my new jungle uniform!), T by Alexander Wang longsleeve top, MiuMiu […]

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