Between all cocktails bar I have tried here in London, The Gibson, in the main road in Old street, is by far the best.You need to book because it is small place but by chance that day we had a table for one hour with no reservation.
It is not a labyrinth, it is just a former church which became a giant Irish Pub (6 bars in total) but they kept the architecture (vault, stained glasses, monk pulpits…).
The chocolate paradise (very close to Borough Market) is waiting for you! A huge lively room where the slightest detail makes you think about cocoa.
Again what a surprise! You will be very pleased to discover Mamie’s, an authentic french creperie in central London, near Coven Garden.
The place is amazing with an open kitchen through which you can see the chef making the crepes in front of you, a nice smell of fresh and tasty ingredients in the air.
I wanted to make my boyfriend happy and book a nice place for an amazing brunch together. I have checked on TimeOut ‘Best brunch in London’ and The Providers and Tapa Room looked amazing as it looked a bit more original than the classical ones and the area of Marylebone is really pleasant on a sunny morning.
Each Market in London has a different charm. I would say that Brick Lane Market, despite its melting pot due to its location, remains very hipster. Full of streets and hangars, this market offers you second hand clothes, art and souvenirs stalls but also, food stalls to satisfy your appetite and make you discover worldwide cuisines.
On a rainy evening, we were looking for a warm place to have a drink and maybe eat some snacks. We came across the Lebanese restaurant Yalla Yalla not too far from Oxford Street. It was one of the best Lebanese place I have ever been to. There are 3 branches, one in Soho, one near Oxford Street and one in Waterloo.