The food scene has never been so strong in the capital
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.