Posh, wet and dandy
London is a diverse, fast-paced and dynamic city housing 10 million residents and so many others around the globe that call it home. Having transformed to a modern financial place, London was traditionally one of the most notable global cities with a posh culture (from the Brits), grey and rainy weather and an origin of fashion.
Attracting more than 32 million tourists a year, London represents the most popular city-break destination with a vast array of landmarks, districts and attractions for everyone. With so many restaurants it's a foodie's heaven and a definite source of inspiration for all connoisseurs. Try exploring these with our unique travel guide!
No one can argue the perks and infinite options for entertainment when living in a city like London.
Hoppers has been around for a while now, yet whoever I talked to had heard great things yet avoid it as it is known for the long queues at the door. If people are still queuing, and the reviews keep coming in that was a good sign.
Cross Keys is a gastro pub hidden between Kings Road, Chelsea and river Thames, definitely not what one expects from a British Pub. But go on a Sunday for a roast feast as traditional as it can be.
Pokē bowls, not to be confused with Pokemon balls, have been trending on the Instagram food world for a while. The dish’s name comes from the Hawaiian way of preparing seafood, diced, much like the Japanese Donburi, rice topped with raw fish.
Famous for classic food establishments such as the minimalist noodle canteen chain Wagamama and our all-time favourite Hakkasan, Alan Yau returned to London's headlines with a charming proposition last Christmas. To travel well-dressed, vibrant yet elegant patrons back to the days of of 1930s when Shanghai's jazz clubs were at their best.
When you're in London and, specifically so in Soho, dinner options are countless. But lately we've been witnessing Peru upping its game globally and Nikkei becoming the latest gastronomic sensation to hit Europe’s culinary capitals.
If you only have a few hours on your trip in London, then investing them wisely can go a long way. Please budget a good half hour (queue waiting excluded) to visit Flat Iron in Covent Garden, especially if you're a meat lover like we are.
If you're looking for ambience, glitz and a good crowd then you won't find it here. But the sushi is indeed very very good! Plain stuff like spicy tuna taste divine, and other more complicated options do so too.