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tooting market

LONDON | Has Brixton Market become to commercial for you? Are you looking for a market that reminds you of what things used to be like? Perhaps it’s time to venture to pastures new – slightly further south to explore Tooting Market, a surprisingly spacious indoor market that’s been around

museum of london

LONDON | The Museum of London is a museum that documents the history of London from prehistoric times through to today. Located in the Barbican Complex, the Museum of London is one of our favourite museums in London as it really helps visitors to understand what makes London so special – its

british library kings cross

LONDON | Libraries aren’t the first thing that come to mind when visiting a city, but The British Library provides a lot of reasons to take a look. It’s home to the free Sir John Ritblat Gallery: Treasures of the British Library, where you can see some amazing things, including Magna Carta, Beowulf,

tad hackney

LONDON | Tad is a Turkish restaurant in Hackney where owner Suleyman Ulu and his family prepare a range of traditional Middle Eastern “soul” food dishes. Situated near the north end of Mare Street in Hackney, the restaurant is spacious, seating ample and well suited to large groups and sharing.

sebright arms bethnal green

LONDON | The Sebright Arms is one of our favourite pubs in London, combining some of the best craft beer taps in London with fantastic live music downstairs. They’ve recently spruced up the venue, and as part of the celebrations have welcomed back to the kitchen none other than burger

nt's hackney

LONDON | NT’s London Fields is the first permanent bar and food spot from the team behind the popular Night Tales pop ups, and it’s every bit as good as we were hoping. To find it, you need to walk down the right hand side of Netil House, through a door

salut! islington

LONDON | Salut! has raised the bar for restaurants in North London. The area is already full of great eateries serving modern European food but this intimate dining experience trumps all others, regularly booking out throughout the week. We recently headed down for a night of relaxed indulgence. Resting on the

neal's yard dairy covent garden

LONDON | Neal’s Yard Dairy is located in Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, and is a must visit place for lovers of cheese. It was founded in 1979 by Nick Saunders and Randolph Hodgson, and is one of the forerunners of the wholefood movement in London. Described by some as London’s ‘foremost

ballie ballerson dalston

LONDON | Ballie Ballerson’s concept is simple: Guests get boozy upstairs with some of their crazy cocktails before heading underground to flounder around in a giant ball pit while listening to some good tunes. It’s basic, but effective as tickets for the Dalston-based bar have been booked out for months

nancy lam's enak enak battersea

LONDON | Nancy Lam’s Enak Enak is a proper local’s restaurant in Battersea, and for over 30 years has been serving up authentic Indonesian-inspired cuisine along with a number of Thai dishes. Enak enak means delicious in Indonesian, and it’s a more than appropriate term to describe the family-style, Indonesian-inspired cooking