First introduced in 1840 England by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, the tradition of afternoon tea has since become a quintessential English custom commonly associated with the British. Simply do a quick Google search for afternoon tea in London and you’ll be greeted by pages of cafes and hotels with their afternoon tea offers.
Typically, a traditional afternoon tea consists of a selection of finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones served with clotted cream and jams as well as some cakes and pastries to accompany the tea or coffee you’ve selected.
Ask us what our favourite burger restaurant in London is and we’d tell you Patty & Bun in a heart beat.
We’ve never been surer about a burger; we’ve almost never felt as strongly for any other burgers. Patty & Bun in London is where the real deal is.
Conveniently located in multiple spots in London such as White City, Liverpool and Marble Arch, Patty & Bun’s burgers will leave you salivating for more.
We found a lobster shack that can rival Burger and Lobster in London, and it is Big Easy.
Conveniently located in Covent Garden, this hippie restaurant is truly a hidden gem. Despite its proximity to the heart of Covent Garden where The Apple Market is, Big Easy is actually pretty unassuming from its exterior.
And that’s why we’re here with this PSA which you should appreciate: Big Easy is truly the other Burger & Lobster you wish you knew about earlier.
London is home to some of the best cafes in the world.
The diverse city that houses people of different cultures brings about a myriad of ideas and inspirations, and this has translated into the exhaustive array of thematic cafes, coffee-making techniques and culinary impressions, and architectural wows.
Good cafes are sprawled all over the British city. From residential neighbourhoods to CBD to the bustling city centre, good cafes are everywhere.
It is an endless quest and we are constantly being awed by new joints with every visit. It took us several years to visit numerous cafes in the city and here’s our picks on London’s best cafes and coffee shops.
Christmas is the best time of the year, and no other country celebrates it better than the United Kingdom. Besides the snow, the festive lights, and the array of fine festive foods, London is also best known for their Christmas markets.
From Scandinavian-style set-ups to festivals filled with irresistible finger food, and even workshops for you to release your inner crafter, the Londoners sure know how to plan a great Christmas market.
If you are planning on visiting the great city during this period, here are 8 Best Christmas Markets In London To Get You In The Festive Spirit.
Dominique Ansel Bakery has opened in London! Londoners are sure in for a treat.
Dominique Ansel is a revered French-born pastry chef who has wowed the world with his extraordinarily unique dessert creations. For those not in the know, Dominique Ansel is the creator of the life-changing cronuts and cookie milk shots. While other patisseries are scurrying to replicate his inventions, Dominique is already on his way to create something entirely new.
The world-famous bakery has three outlets in New York City, Tokyo and now London. After much anticipation, the award-winning brand alas opens a 25-seater bakery in the capital of England. Snaking queues are already forming in the quaint Belgravia district; Londoners are evidently overjoyed with the city’s newest food-and-beverage addition.
Have you heard? The Muffin Man has the best scones in London!
The Muffin Man is an old-school English tea shop that serves a variety of breakfast dishes, rustic cakes and scones. You might have seen this name on Instagram before, because it is a highly popular joint, especially among Singaporeans and Indonesians.
Indeed, it is one of those places that you must dine at at least once in your lifetime.
If you want to get fat, go to London. The British city has cuisines from all over the world, and the sheer number of options is mind-boggling to say the least.
Meal times are never dull when in London, and we always look forward to the next meal because our list of places to check out never ends.
Getting this done was hard, because it is hard to point down to just one or two favourites. But here’s a Guide to 14 of Our Favourite Food Places in London; first-timers to London should visit all of these to have a fair glimpse of what London can offer!