The re-launch of Shepherds of Westminster is in full swing with new head chef Karl Goward in charge of the kitchen.Â None of the intrigue has been lost from the famed Westminster institution
We know we've already told you loads and loads of unusual things to do in London but guess what? We've barely scratched the surface!
What could be a better way to spend an autumnal Saturday than flipping through some records, searching for a rare gem or a new discovery. Despite the digital age, there's no replacement for such an experience and the independent record shop is the best place to experience it. Here is our take on London's best record shops.
South Kensington is on the destination checklist of almost every tourist who wants to visit some interesting museums in London.
For the lover of words among you, who might be interested in entertainment a little more literary, London has plenty of nights which focus on just this.
The English adage says it best: Keep Calm and Carry On. Even better: Sip your tea, nibble on a delicious cake or pastry and lose yourself in the sugary reverie of a lazy afternoon.
Afternoon Tea is about as quintessentially English as it gets, and establishments across London have cottoned on to the increasing popularity of this quaint, latter day delight.
One of the most known things about London is the nightlife club scene which can range from Cheesy Disco, Rnb, Swing, Jazz, Drum and Bass, and of course variation of Electro, House and Techno music.
London is a city of layers. The tourist trail is the shiny surface - from Big Ben to Piccadilly Circus and beyond. Way beneath the obvious terrain are the more unusual places to go in London â€“ strata of options which, depending on which part of the city you frequent most, vary in familiarity.