You Have To Be Rich To Be Thin in London

Now I remember why I got so fat living in London, skinny food is really expensive and fattening food is cheep. Today Carter and I went to Lunch at an Asian restaurant Mango Tree in hopes of having something small and light. We both got a small bowl of Tom Yam Goong soup and Carter had three tiny Szechuan Chicken Dumplings. It was all delicious, but Carter said the soup tasted exactly like mine. Not what I need when I travel. I would like to be inspired by new flavors, but that is proving hard for me to find.

Along with our soup we splurged on three small bottles of water. When I say splurged I mean it since they cost almost ten dollars each. Anyway our small, but healthy meal cost almost one hundred dollars. Don’t tell Russ!

Now I know that Mango Tree is a fancy place, but really! It is costly to eat waist friendly food. As we were leaving we passed by a bakery with giant scones for a dollar fifty. We kept walking.

3 Comments on “You Have To Be Rich To Be Thin in London”

  1. Stuart Wright says:

    Dana you must have forgotten there are no bargain places to eat in Belgravia. Mango Tree also has a spot in Harrods that I’m sure Carter will enjoy. Have a great time in the city of my birth.

  2. Lloydette Hoof says:

    Oh, I am enjoying your travels so much! Keep it coming.

  3. Ed Carter says:

    This is frightening it is so expensive! Well I say Ken Lo’s soon! xoo

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