All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Best places to eat in London
From starched tablecloths and silver service to street food served in cardboard cartons, London has ascended to great heights in the global food scene, and today is home to many of the world’s greatest chefs. This fervour for all things food is a grassroots phenomenon too, with markets, stalls, delis and boutiques all catering to a rising tide of quality across the board. This two-day itinerary will help you navigate the many must-visit food destinations across the capital.
The Mount Street Deli
Another five-minute walk will take you to Hedonism Wines.
Then, hop in a taxi for the 15-minute journey to Monmouth Coffee Company in Covent Garden.
Monmouth Coffee Company
Next, walk for 15 minutes to Paxton & Whitfield.
Paxton & Whitfield
Then, it’s a quick five-minute stroll to oenophile’s paradise, Berry Bros. & Rudd.
Berry Bros. & Rudd
To get back to the hotel, it’s a 20-minute walk or a 15-minute taxi journey.
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London’s big name department store, Harrods is a 20-minute journey away by taxi.
If it’s a Saturday, walk 15 minutes towards Sloane Square, window shopping as you go.
Duke of York Square Fine Food Market
dumplings and small-batch cocktails and cordials.
From here, jump in a taxi for the 25-minute drive to Borough Market.
From there, look up which pop-up you fancy trying that evening…
Hop in a taxi to take you back to the hotel once your pop-up evening has come to an end.