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Favourite Places to See and Eat When in London

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London’s foodie experience can be outstanding with London food tours. You can tantalise your taste bud at the finest restaurants and pubs to the riverside walks and serene oriental gardens.

Favourite Places to See and Eat

Start your day with breakfast at Kopapa

Kopapa is café-cum-restaurant situated on Monmouth Street. Coffee is excellent and brunch menu is exceptional. Make sure to book your table in advance because this place is very popular.

Wander around River Thames

You get a peek at some most iconic skyline architecture standing proudly along the river. This footpath from London Bridge will take you to the Tate Art Gallery and get inspired. You can progress in same direction towards Borough Market.

You will see delicious haven of food stalls standing below a very old railway bridge. At this popular foodie market, enjoy a glass of wine and few nibbles. Cross the Millennium Bridge and you will find St. Pauls Cathedral.

Yashin Sushi restaurant

In the side street of Kensington High Street, Yashin Sushi Restaurant attracts people. Sushi is very fresh and can be enjoyed without soy sauce. You can lunch here, watch the sushi chefs create masterpiece. After lunch visit Kyoto Gardens to stretch your legs.

Craft beer haven

London is flooded with microbreweries, which have shops set all across the town. Fox Craft Beer Bar is well-stocked. You can taste different beers and then order one that takes your fancy. Burgers are also best here.

The Britannia Pub

Britannia is an old pub, which is situated in Kensignton and Chelsea. You can enjoy an open fire with some quality grub in this pub.

Never miss on Kew Garden’s beauty

Surprisingly, you will find tropical plants and wide-open spaces at the awesome Kew Gardens. This is World Heritage Centre housing largest living plants collection spread in 121 hectares.

Fortnum Mason for afternoon tea

This is most prestigious departmental store in London. Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon on the 4th floor features eternal Art Deco style. Afternoon tea comprises of finger sandwich classic, cakes, scones, and pot of tea.

Cocktails at Ritz

Tivoli Bar represents prestige, heritage and culture, which sets London apart. The Ritz is just walking distance from Fortnum & Mason.

Ceviche restaurant

Allow the seductive Peruvian dishes and salsa rhythm at the Ceviche. Enjoy London night-time dinner in Latin way!