Vocier's City Guide - London Edition
- Tavernaki Portobello - because Notting Hill... and good cozy greek eats
- Amazonico - a very ornate interior, one of the few places to party after dinner until 3 am
- Beluga - when craving Persian and Middle Eastern cuisine
- The Aubrey - known as the place for "eccentric Izayaka"
- Poor boys - New Orleans comfort street food
- St. John Bakery Arch - when the sweet tooth kicks in
- Clove Club - British menu using often-overlooked ingredients.
- Fallow - creative cooking, sustainable thinking
- Chishuru - Modern & traditional West African dishes served in a straightforward restaurant.
INSIDER TIP: You cannot head to London and not find an amazing Indian restaurant. Try Dishoom, Darjeeling Express, Madhu's, or Bombay Bustle.
- Mrs Riot - cheeky, bohemian, and live music - why not?
- Incognito Kingston - a destination for mixed drinks, spirits & craft beers.
- Three Sheets - intimate vibe; classic and modern
- Bandra Bhai - trinkets, foreign liquor, gaudy art, and velvet upholstery for when the mood strikes.
- Martinez - for the cocktail connoisseurs
- NoMad - excellent hospitality combined with elegance & comfort.
- The Goring - is individually designed and radiates refined English design
- Claridge's - Mayfair is the epitome of timeless elegance, one of the best 5-star luxury hotels.
- Mondrian - LA style rooftop pool
- The Standard - outdoor terraces, live music and, happenings, and sky-high dining.
- The Ned - expect beautiful bedrooms and a deeply comfy spa.
- Hotel Cafe Royal - where the elegance of Mayfair and the energy of Soho combined.
- Nobu - Nestled amidst the energy of East London’s creative district and the financial center.
INSIDER TIP: There are always new boutique hotels popping up. Find the neighborhood that speaks to you, and you'll be sure to find the right place to stay.
- Harry Potter Experience - if that's your thing.
- Museums and Galleries - London is one of the best cities for seeing art - and most often for free. Starting with the Natural History Museum, Tate Modern, or the National Gall
Insider Tip: check out the city calendar guide for the list of ever-changing plays, musicals, operas, concerts, and festivals.
- Baker Street - for Sherlock fans from here walk to nearby Regent’s Park, or by climbing Primrose Hill for London’s most spectacular view of the city.
- Brick Lane - For an art fix find Whitechapel Gallery or check out the many pieces of street art.
- Notting Hill - vibrant, trendy area, with casual cafes lining bohemian Portobello Road
- Aire - Ancient baths in the city
Get lost in the city and walk from Covent Garden to Trafalgar square and wherever those feet shall take you, take a signature black cabbie back home at the end of the day.
Time to escape the city:
Head over to Bath/Bristol where you can see some incredible history, including Stonehenge.
Take a quick jaunt to Canterbury and enjoy the quaint town and cathedral and then head to the coast for epic fish and chips or delicious fresh oysters with a glass of champagne.
Check out our must have travel essentials for this trip here --> VOCIER Weekend Travel Essentials
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