The date of your dreams

Sweet nothings wishpered in the corner of a dark cocktail bar or a walk through an exhibition?

Availability:

My incall is a cosy and luminous flat in the heart of Covent Garden, in walking distance from Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Covent Garden stations. I am also available for outcalls to your upscale hotel in Central London.

Consideration

My rates are available on request, dates with me start at 2 hours minimum and I am happy to accomodate dates that include social time. Having (too) many projects and my studies going on at the same time, I’m very protective of my time, so a deposit is always required. Here you can find the finer detail.

Date ideas

Being surrounded by delicious cocktail bars and cafès is the perfect excuse for getting to know each other in front of drinks first: dressing up for our date, the look in your eyes as you spot me, talking with a sparkle in our eyes, thinking about what will come next: what Italians get right about food is not just the cuisine itself, but to joyfully celebrate eating together, treating the senses as a whole.

a glass of wine, or an aperitivo: that delicious Italian habit  of having a bite and a drink at the end of the working day

a business lunch: still one of my favourites, when I first came to London with my best friend, we set off to explore the best restaurants at lunchtime.

a luscious dinner: a more decadent affair, dinner, made of soft lights and decoletées.

afternoon tea: having a proper excuse to eat cake? I’m in.

International travel and weekends away

I can reach you anywhere in Europe to spend a luxurious overnight together, and whether you’re looking for a companion of adventure¬†to explore a new city or to cosy up in a chalet up in the mountains, I’m passport ready and happy to come to you.

Fly-us-to-Italy

If you have ever wished to see less-travelled paths of the Bel Paese, I am the companion you need. I deeply love Italy, and between my own travels and the recommendations of friends of friends, I’ll be sure to bring to that small restaurant only the locals know, to that little Reinassance chapel, or to see the opera in a Roman amphitheatre.

 

A randomly updated bucket list of London experiences

I can reach you anywhere in Europe to spend a luxurious overnight together, and whether you’re looking for a companion of adventure¬†to explore a new city or to cosy up in a chalet up in the mountains, I’m passport ready and happy to come to you.

Museums and exhibitions

The V&A and the National Gallery are my favourite museums, as a memeber I can take guests to exhibitions, while the British Museum is literally 10 minutes away, and they often have interesting short tours and lectures.

Cocktail bars

Bar Termini serving the best Negroni, my favourite drink. Perfect for a relaxed aperitivo.

The Alchemist to forgo Negrosi for more complex experiences

Basement Sate serving exclusiely desserts and coktails. ’nuff said.

Wine bars

Le Beaujolais old school cozy French atmosphere

Compagnie Des Vins Surnaturels vast choice of wines in that lovely hidden corner that is Neyl’s Yard

10 Cases wholesome bistrot

Plume wine bar big windows and lots of light, delicious nibbles

Restaurants

10 Greek Street the feature I love most is the seasonal, ever changing menu

Margot one of the few Italian restaurants abroad I’ve deeply appreciate

Berenjak Persian’s street food reinvented, which sounds very intriguing

J. Sheekey a classic in the West End, which if you haven’t guessed, I wish live to its fullest

The Barbary Next Door next door indeed, Moroccan cuisine

Bob Bob Ricard for the reserved atmsophere of the high backed seat and the specialty being steak

Royal Opera House 

Like Water For Chocolate¬†I read Laura Esquivel’s novel during my adolescence, and somehow it never left me, some details and images from the book still reappear in my mind sometimes. I’ve never re-read it for fear of not having such strong feelings again, experiencing it again as ballet would be the answer.

Madama Butterfly during lockdown Puccini’s Tosca has kept me company many times, I have seen his compositions at La Scala in Milan but never this one and never at the Royal Opera House.

Don Giovanni so many times quoted by a friend who adviced me to listen to it countless times, seeing properly represented would finally be the excuse to study its libretto.

Musicals 

Les Mis been once before the lockdown, have waited since to come back. What stroke me most was how they conjured the books’ atmospheres, the play of light and how the rotating stage made so many scenographies possible

The Book of Mormon I am not particularly a fan of South Park but I’ve heard so much abot it it’s on my must-see list.

Mamma Mia! Can’t help it, I loved the movie and seeing it on stage is an experience I just want to live once.

Postcards from Italy.