London is home to some world class restaurants. Its proximity to places like France, Spain, Germany and Italy means you can find food from hundreds of different cultures all in the one place. If you’re after something fancy, try The Wolseley
, or Notting Hill’s The Ledbury
. If it’s cheap eats you’re after, try Mexican at Wahaca, Japanese at Koya in Soho or pub food at the Churchill Arms.
London is famous for its nightlife; a mix of pubs, cocktail bars and hipster hangs. Drury Lane (think Muffin Man) is home to several pubs such as Lowlander
, or if indie is your style, cheers with some beers at the Camden Town Brewery
. Some great rooftop bars offer stunning city views. Try the chilli infused vodka at Vista at the Trafalgar and take in the views at Aqua. For a cocktail that will knock your socks off, check out the London Cocktail Club – they’re at five different central locations.