Eat

The food scene has never been so strong in the cap­i­tal

Emirates Woman - - #london -

Queue up (a na­tional sport in Bri­tain) at Sav­age Sal­ads for a mix that in­cludes sweet potato, pearl bar­ley, chili, grilled cour­gette, red pep­pers, chick­peas, rocket and lemon topped with grilled chicken or hal­loumi. You’ll never want to set­tle for a dull sand­wich again.

Do af­ter­noon tea like the Queen. There is noth­ing more Bri­tish than sip­ping on tea at the Crys­tal Moon lounge of Corinthia Lon­don ac­com­pa­nied by melodies from a Stein­way piano, a de­lec­ta­ble menu, yummy scones, sump­tu­ous desserts, and, of course a wide va­ri­ety of teas.

Did you ever think break­fast ce­real is boring? Well, now you will change your mind. Lo­cated in Shored­itch, this is the world’s first in­ter­na­tional ce­real café: Ce­real Killer Café. Think end­less top­pings, and more than 100 types of ce­real.

Lo­cated just off Ox­ford Street, Sketch Lon­don is just the place to chill once the fash­ion watch­ing and shop­ping are done for the day. Make sure you make an ad­vance book­ing though, as it's very pop­u­lar. The food is so good, the walls are lined with awein­spir­ing art­work and lust-wor­thy home ac­ces­sories are ev­ery­where. Keep your phone com­pletely charged as you are go­ing to use it all through the evening.

Can you visit Lon­don and not have some famed fish and chips? A Lon­don sta­ple, the smart-look­ing Ker­bisher & Malt and J Sheekey on a side street in Covent Gar­den dish up sen­sa­tional por­tions of had­dock and dou­ble fried chips.

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