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Campania, Bethnal Green

A hidden gem just off Columbia Road. Authentic, simple and tasty Italian just like Mama makes it. Beautifully simple interior with a mixture of wood and exposed bricks, gives Campania a warm and welcoming vibe. Happy punters spill out onto the cobbled street on sunnier days, and at night the flickering candles entice you inside to taste the ever changing menu.

The Sanderson Hotel, Fitzrovia

A stones throw from Oxford Street, stands this design icon The Sanderson. A five star luxury hotel stamped by Philippe Starck. Ethereal voile mixes with bold red lip sofas and the emblematic ‘eye’ bar stools at the Long Bar. Its inner courtyard is a haven from the bustle of the busy streets outside. Worth a look for its design credentials alone.

The Churchill Arms, Notting Hill

The Churchill Arms is one of London’s favourite pubs. Its extravagant floral facade changes with the seasons and never fails to impress. Vibrant blooms from overspilling baskets blanket the exterior walls of this eccentric pub built in the 1750s. Inside, Winston Churchill memorabilia sets the scene whilst authentic Thai cuisine is served.

Borough Market

Borough Market is rich with history and today it remains as significant as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving London for 1,000 years. Traders have built their reputations on seeking out artisan producers and bringing their highest caliber produce to Borough.

Princess of Prussia, Whitechapel

A perfect throwback to Victorian London, the Princess of Prussia in Whitechapel exudes traditional charm and authentic atmosphere. Close to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London the pub has been recently restored bringing the original facade of ornate ceramic mouldings, cornices and fascia tiles back to life.

Neal’s Yard Dairy, Seven Dials

Founded in Covent Garden in 1979 by Randolph Hodgson, Neal’s Yard Dairy is artisanal cheese retailer offering some of the best cheeses available from within the UK and Ireland. The store is set within an old warehouse in Borough Market and exudes atmosphere with its high ceilings, industrial style and bustling ambience.

Duddell’s. Southwark

All hail this Cantonese restaurant, located in a converted Church in East London, serving up some of the most beautiful dim sum in London. Its jade green tiled bar dominate the space, whilst the tubular chandeliers look like the organ pipes have been upcycled into statement lighting.

Alice’s Antiques, Portobello Road

This theatrical antiques trove would not look out of place on the set of the ‘Greatest Showman’. Showcasing its curiosities, with its ecclectic mix of vintage porcelain, antiques, mirrors and characterful furniture.

The Staircase at Heals

Designed by architect Cecil Brewer in 1916 and refurbished in 2013, the spiral staircase at Heal’s (the British furniture store on Tottenham Court Road) is a dramatic, sweeping staircase composed of concrete and wood, which takes customers up to the Mansard Gallery.

The St. Pancras Hotel

A stone’s throw from London’s most famous station, the St Pancras Renaissance packs its own punch inside and out. Experienced from the street, the hotel is a towering masterpiece of red brick and arched windows, and it only gets better when you head inside.

The Sky Garden, Fenchurch St

Don your head for heights and visit The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street. Dubbing itself ‘London’s highest public garden’, you can soak up a bird’s eye view of the city skyline, all while enjoying dinner or drinks in one of the venue’s stylish settings.

Annabel’s, Berkeley Square

Annabel’s is a members’ club situated on beautiful Berkley Square in a stately Georgian Townhouse. Whilst the distinctive and opulent interior designed by Martin Brudnizki can only be viewed by members, the external facade is often dramatically wrapped in vibrant flowers.

Sherlock Holmes Museum, Marylebone

According to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the world famous consulting detective Sherlock Holmes lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904. Mr Holmes shared his rooms with his loyal friend and colleague Dr Watson and the house is protected by the government due to its “”special architectural and historical interest.

Chelsea Embankment

Backed by red bricked Mansion blocks and lined by majestic trees and victorian iron lamp posts, Chelsea Embankment is as picturesque as the many films it has starred in over the years. From the North embankment of the river Thames, the iconic columns of the disused Battersea Power Station rise above the City landscape.

Daunt Books, Marylebone

Set in the heart of Marylebone on its high street, Daunt Books, boasts an original Edwardian building, famed originally for its focus on travel. Adorned with wooden herringbone flooring, which leads you into the impressive galleried interior, culminating with its mint green stained glass window and graceful glass skylight.

The Foreign Office

This imposing government building home to the Foreign Secretary’s team, sits in the heart of Westminster, with Downing Street as its closest neighbour. The Italianate style comes into its own, in particular inside. The grand marble staircase complete with plush red carpet and glistening chandeliers overhead create an ornate and impressive centre to this monumental structure.

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