There is no better place to escape the bustle of the city than Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. A two-minute walk from our home, the lush Palm House and tree-lined walkways are a tranquil reminder to slow down and take the time to waste a moment.
For vibrant colours and bold flavours, we love lunching at Chicama on King’s Road. Head chef, Tiago Duarte, formerly of Roka, Zuma and Chiltern Firehouse, serves up Peruvian-inspired delights on colourful plates teamed with zesty cocktails and a soulful summer soundtrack. Tastefully fitted out with salvaged wood and shell pink tiles, the pastel interior design perfectly complements the Da Vinci Automatic 36’s raspberry pink Santoni alligator leather strap.
To accompany your cocktails, try the popped corn monkfish cheeks with ají amarillo mayo and then move on to mouth-watering sea bream ceviche with grilled peach, radish and basil in leche de tigre with jalapeño.
Join us on our next adventure … where will we head to next?