Our weekend began on Friday as M and I took the morning off to view the Rothko and Sugimoto exhibition at Pace London. What a sublime pairing. An exhibition to return to and wallow in again and again. We also popped in to see Robert Motherwell's prints at Bernard Jacobson, plus a few other small galleries. We breakfasted at the Nordic Bakery on Golden Square and lunched at Meat Liquor on Welbeck Street.
On Saturday, we visited the British Museum with little R, who enjoyed pretending to be statues in various rooms of the museum. We also gave her her first taste of Korean food at one of our favourite restaurants Biwon on Coptic Street. The seafood and vegetable pancakes were perfect for her as they weren't too spicy. M and I used to meet up at Biwon often before we were married - first as friends and then as more-than-friends, so it really warms me to introduce our little girl to the place too. We picked up steaks from The Ginger Pig in Marylebone for dinner.
On Sunday, M ran around Hampstead Heath. The weather was beautiful - sunny and crisp - so little R and I joined him there later for brunch. Two cooked, English breakfasts for M and I and pecan cake (and lots of bacon from our plates) for little R. We are lucky to be so close to the Heath and it's becoming a weekend ritual to visit on days when the weather is fine. In the evening, M roasted a lamb and we ate it with endives with blue cheese, roast beets and roast potatoes.
Hope you had a lovely weekend too. I get quite a few visitors viewing my posts but very few comments so please feel free to de-lurk and let me know who you are :-)