Majeka House. – A breakfast for kings, queens and very very lucky girls. From home baked breads, pastries, preserves, a selection of cheese and charcuterie, fruit, nuts, yogurt, juices, tea, coffee and a choice of cooked from English to American.  I could live in these flavours forever … 

So much so that when recently asked in an interview by the Wanderer Blog about the best meal I’ve had, this is what I mentioned. 

Read more about my incredible night at Majeka House here, you will also see that I visited about four plus years ago, and felt the magic then too.

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