London: classic breakfasts, picturesque castles, royal traditions of the monarchy, great laughs, high teas in the afternoon, Royal Albert Hall, super clubs, and dinners, all make jolly memories in the city of the Queen. When you’re visiting this British capital, do not forget to pack one thing: your dry sense of humour, as it will come in handy in this boisterous and well-to-do city.
AiSPi researched Sabine Getty’s, editor of Condé Nast, favourite restaurants, supper clubs, afternoons out, eateries, event halls, and food recommendations that you must not miss to enjoy a fun filled, unforgettable visit to London.
Cambridge Street Kitchen
Start off the day with a visit to Cambridge Street Kitchen. Select a typical breakfast of burgers and baked beans, with a side of poached eggs, and jam, or make your choice from their menu. Eat the Londoner’s breakfast to start your day off the British way, and to enjoy the adventures that lie ahead.
The Good Life Eatery
The Ritz London
Although London has it’s signature food palette, there are restaurants that take a very urban approach. The Good Life Eatery is one such place. Get a cappuccino, avocado toast, veggie wrap, or pastrami sandwich on charcoal rubbed bread. Are you salivating yet? Fancy yourself with some modern bites before you enjoy some unforgettable British monuments.
If you want to take in some of London’s signature, distinguished royal style, look no further than The Ritz London!
Their iconic suites can be seen in the classic movie Notting Hill, so you can walk the same fabulous halls as Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.
Royal Albert Hall
Lou Lou's London
Royal Albert Hall has served as an iconic festivity hall in London for well over a century, having since witnessed countless performing artists, dances, operas, award ceremonies, and more. You may remember Royal Albert Hall as the place where Spice Girls rushed to perform in the plot crux of Spice World (the movie) as they saved London with girl power and rocked the venue with an epic Spice Girl performance.
Deep into your journey through London, suddenly you may begin to crave ramen noodles, or suddenly tire of fish and chips? Don’t panic! Lou Lou is a food blogger in London who shares with you all the best eats in the city, including pizza, burgers, pork roasts, tapas, French pastries, cupcakes, unique desserts, delicious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners… and more. You won’t get stuck eating one sort of food with her handy recommendations!
Now that you’ve reached the afternoon, you must stop to enjoy an unforgettable British experience– high tea! At Claridge’s Hotel, you can enjoy an incredibly refined high tea experience; the best in London. You can also walk through the hotel to enjoy it’s gorgeous Art Deco décor and impeccable service.
At this sophisticated tea party, you’ll of course find tea sandwiches, small pastries, butter, jams, delectable desserts, drinks, and last but not least, tea! You can also enjoy a luncheon of a humm dog, chips, and Claridge’s fried chicken.
Enjoy an afternoon strolling through a real British palace complex, Waddeson Manor. It’s quite a walk though, so don’t forget to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy on the lawn, with tea sandwiches, crumpets, and hot-cross buns. God Bless the Queen!
Mark’s Club is a private supper club for members only, which is a somewhat elite but traditional London social function. If you make it in, enjoy rubbing elbows with London’s most distinguished characters.
For the perfect evening out, Scott’s is a restaurant with an unforgettably charming dining experience; from the impeccable service, to the extravagant décor, down to the most delicious gastronomic food, drinks, and desserts. This charming and welcoming restaurant will serve you the most impeccable night out on the town that London has to offer, one that will charm your heart into falling in love with the city.
After these wonderful experiences, you will be charmed with its sincere style. Weather your are enjoying classic experiences of London, like High Tea, or Waddeson Manor, or dancing all night to the Spice Girls eating Lou Lou’s delicious pizza recommendations, you can have confidence that you will experience an amazing trip to London.
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