Eat well, travel often and…. drink more in London!
It is a great pleasure for me to publish this post about London:)
Everyone that follows me on Instagram knows that I went to London two weeks ago. It was not my first trip to England but it was a very unique one. All this thanks to my friends who showed me London as I had never seen it before.
I need to confess that I have not been so excited about a weekend city break like this in a long time. I even wore my favorite London t-shirt what you could see on my Instagram 🙂
Sometimes the best plan is … no plan! When getting on the plane I had absolutely no agenda whatsoever, I just wanted to have fun with my friends and in the end the trip was exceptional.
When you think about London you probably associate it with the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Big Ben. But if you ever have a chance to go there and you had crossed off all those tourist attractions you need to go to the places I am recommending here. They are really worth it.
I still can’t get over all the magical spots I saw and the delicious food I tasted. You will understand now why I am calling this post London-licious!
Let’s start with breakfast. The best place for it is The Good Life Eatery in Sloane Avenue. Everything is healthy, nutritious and tasty there. The place is located in one of the richest areas in London SW1 so consider a walk around after your breakfast.
For Brunch and Lunch go to the Borough Market. You will find everything there and it is up to you if you wish to take it away or to eat just there.
However, if you do not like eating at the crowded markets, I recommend you the Top 1 Forever restaurant. The place has a great location with the view of Royal Docks and The O2 arena. You will get there chef’s quality dishes there with local beers and wines.
To come back to the city center I propose getting the Emirates Air Line cable car with guaranteed breathtaking views of Greenwich, Docks and the Canary Warf.
Where to party in the evening? I have 3 tested venues!
Street feast – the name does not lie 🙂 you will find there food and drinks from all over the world!
Dalston eastern curve garden – an ideal place for a picnic:) I wish I could visit it during the day! Unfortunately, we came late when it was getting dark and could not admire all the beauty of this garden. By looking at the pictures posted on their website I bet that it is amazing! Anyway, the atmosphere in the evening was still great, very magical and romantic. And their pizza baked in a hand made oven and sprinkled with fresh cut basil tasted like the real Italian one:)
The Attic Bar – this luxurious bar and restaurant is located on the 48th Floor of the Pan Penisula Apartments tower in the Canary Wharf. Who would not like to be spoilt and party with views like these? 🙂
We experienced all those places ourselves and had a great time so we can honestly recommend them! Check them out on your own next time you are in London! 🙂