Also the final part.
We spent the day wandering around Camden Market, pretty much waiting until lunch so we could hit up Shake Shack.
Jill had lived in New York for 6 months so knew all about Shake Shack but I’d only heard about it.
But decided it was worth a try.
And oh my! It was so good.
I loved this idea.
Opposite all the huts selling different kinds of foods they had these ‘tables’ overlooking the river and the chairs were the backends of motorcycles.
Talk about being creative!
And they were even covered and guessing by the lights, usable at night too. After wandering around with many other tourists we jumped on the tube and headed over to Covent Garden.
We found Shake Shack no problem but realised it was too early for lunch so we spent some time walking around Covent Garden and the market that they had.
But soon we headed back for food.Look! They even have dog treats.
I know my Grandma’s dog would definitely be treated to one of those…You order your food at the counter and then get one of these fun buzzers.
It’s a fast food place so the decoration of the eating areas is pretty simple.
Plus as there’s a lot of people, especially on a Sunday, you eat and leave, freeing up your seats for the next hungry Shake Shakers.
I guess that means we’ll be friends for awhile J…
It doesn’t look that great but let me tell you, those burgers were amazing!
I’m always a bit sceptical of burgers from fast food joints, especially of the buns but I was very pleasantly surprised.
Also the concretes (dense frozen ice cream blended at high speed with mix ins) is definitely worth the indulgence.Switzerland being repped in London.
After lunch we walked from Covent Garden to Chipotle in Soho where we picked up burritos to take on the plane as dinner.
Ha! As you seen our trip involved a lot of eating.
Thanks J for an amazing weekend <3
I can’t wait for the next one!