The Mall running alongside the park was closed to traffic, as later in the day the culmination of the Help for Heroes ride from Belgium, through the French war memorials to London was finishing along the Mall. With many military activities happening in and around the park I was lucky to see the Queens cavalry pass by in preparation for changing of the guard. Buck house looked glorious in the sunshine.
Kerb Food festival. Kerb is one of the best food street events which pop up over London at different times. With a superb and varied selection of traders, its a great way to sample street food at their best.
With such an array of street food on offer I was spoilt for choice; after cooling down with a Grapefruit & Campari iced popsicle from Ice Kitchen which was refreshing and full of yummy sour flavours.
I opted for a salt beef on rye from Bell & Brisket, which was melt in the mouth delicious, washed down with a homemade lemonade from Square Root poured from its converted bicycle.
Desert could only come from Kooky Bakes, I met Scott from KB in Selfridges a coupe of years ago and we are Instagram/Twitter buddies, so it was nice to catch up, if only briefly ... longer next time!.. Before I left I picked up a salted caramel whoopee pie, which I devoured whilst chilling on the sofa Sunday night.
I had a lovely spontaneous day, exploring London in the sunshine, chilling in the park and eating great food kerbside.
Looking forward to a fabulous summer!....bring on the sun x