- 1160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB, United Kingdom
If you want to experience how people having breakfast in 1920, you couldn't get closer than visiting The Wolseley. Located on the stretch of Piccadilly street, just next to the famous Ritz Hotel, it's always full with people who want to sample the delights this place has in store. Wolseley's interior is quite interesting, it features high ceiling with arches. ...Popular with
- 22-6 Moxon Street, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom
I absolutely love the concept of La Fromagerie. Not only is it a wonderful cheese shop, it is a great spot for a leisurely breakfast or a quick lunch. The walk in cheese room is just wonderful with its aroma of different cheeses, almost fighting for your attention to try them or buy them. The selection is amazing and the ...Popular with
- 323-27 Wadeson St., London Borough of Tower Hamlets, E2 9, United Kingdom
A restaurant, a bar, or a performance space? Why choose one when you can have all three. Bistrotheque somehow feels upscale and alternative at the same time, and is one of the best places to grab dinner, a pint, or watch a cabaret show. Although this is not an exclusively gay destination, the place is always swarming with homos. It’s ...Popular with
- 532-34 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9HA
Discovered by accident - right on the corner of Monmouth at the Seven Dials. Atmosphere was just ok, but great people watching seats at the window and the food was fantastic. Try the ricotta fritters with avocado & pomegranate salad & pistachio caramel sauce or the Hot-smoked salmon on toasted sourdough with spinach, 2 poached eggs & yuzu hollandaise.
- 1223 Grosvenor Gardens, London, United Kingdom
Amazing wine bar built in a building which used to hold a bank. The basement opens to a garden area and has multiple smaller vaults which provide plenty of small/medium spaces for quiet chat and privacy. Fantastic for small groups and dates. Possibly my favourite London find to date.
- 165-23 Old Street, City of London, Greater London EC1V 9HL, United Kingdom
I go here a lot, because it has a nice wine selection, good Italian food and friendly staff. It's a bit strange - very busy at lunch time and often quiet in the evening, with a cavernous basement which never seems to be used. But go for a drink in the evening and they bring you free pizza bites and ...