One of the best things about visiting London is the chance to try some of the best brunches. Look to Heddon Street for some of the most indulgent. Sleek brasserie Heddon Street Kitchen offers an eclectic menu for brisk brunches whilst Momo serves up a delicious Moroccan breakfast of eggs and batata harra. Aubaine is your go-to for simple pleasures such as a classic croque monsieur or indulgent pastries.
Eateries including top vegetarian restaurant tibits, Sally White Food Lover offering tasty homemade food, and healthy haunts Ergon and Wholefoods Market are on hand for a delicious lunchtime pit-stop. Coffee hotspots Workshop Coffee and Department of Coffee and Social Affairs are nearby to offer a quality caffeine fix.
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LONDON'S BEST AFTERNOON TEA
The birthplace of traditional British afternoon tea, the Café Royal is a Regent Street icon that remains at the top of the list of must-visits for a fine afternoon tea experience. If you fancy afternoon tea with chic surroundings and not too far from your shopping fix, Thomas’s at Burberry serves up a treat of mini-sandwiches and miniature desserts.
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A decadent setting for after-work drinks, The Artesian at The Langham is the world’s best bar and its award-winning cocktail menu is not to be missed. Over on Heddon Street, the Cicchetti bar at Piccolino is a sophisticated spot for delicious antipasti paired with a Champagne Julep. If it's a truly unique cocktail experience you're after, head to ICEBAR London to be transported into a world made entirely of ice.
For the ultimate pre-theatre dining experience head to Brasserie Zédel’s opulent restaurant for a Parisian-style menu in an authentic Art Deco environment, perfectly located by Piccadilly Circus. If seafood is your cuisine of choice, Fishworks has a fishmonger on hand to cook your chosen dish exactly how you like it. If it’s steak you are after, the chefs at MASH are experts. Expect everything from Scottish Ribeye, Danish Dry Aged and Japanese Wagu.
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FINE-DINING IN THE WEST END
From pioneering luxury dining at two Michelin star 9-seat restaurant, The Araki, to delicious Argentinean steak or a sophisticated Sunday roast at Gaucho, Regent Street houses some of the best fine-dining destinations in London. Take a trip to Tuscany with Frescobaldi on New Burlington Place. Its hearty Italian menu and extensive wine list is one that is hard to beat. Bentley's Oyster Bar and Grill serves up world-renowned oysters and seafood under the watchful eye of Michelin starred Chef Richard Corrigan.
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