Let’s start the second and last part of London Food Guide, list of recommended must visit places/ restaurants in London.
Itinerary planning has an important role in making a successful and fun trip. Hopefully our complete guide on where to eat in London could help you plan a delicious trip to London. You can read the first part featuring the oldest restaurant in London that happens to be the set of 007 James Bond Spectre Movie, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant, the award winning Fish & Chips, etc on following link https://anakjajan.com/2016/02/11/where-to-eat-in-london/
Surrounded by beautiful garden of Kensington Palace the official London residence of Duke of Cambridge Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge Catherine Middleton and Prince Harry, The Orangerie is definitely one of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in London.
The venue is very elegant and sophisticated with classical 18th century architecture and amazing garden view. Royal Afternoon Tea set with a glass of champagne GBP 32-36/ person is available from 12.00 – 17.00, it consists of sweet cakes, savory snacks and warm scones with clotted cream and jam placed beautifully in three tiers dessert plate. As for the tea they have wide variety of selection from Black, Green, Herbal and Fruit tea.
Kensington Palace, London W8 4PX
BB BAKERY AFTERNOON TEA BUS TOUR
People say you cannot leave UK without having an afternoon tea. How about doing city tour and afternoon tea simultaneously?? BB Bakery offers a unique bus tour that combine city sightseeing and afternoon tea together in a bus.
While enjoying the tea inside the bus, it will drive you around the town and pass by the famous places such as The London Eye, Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St James’s Park, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, The Royal Albert Hall, Marble Arch, Piccadilly Circus, Nelson’s Column, Downing Street and more. Reservation is mandatory, full story about the afternoon tea bus tour on following link https://anakjajan.com/2015/11/29/london-city-bus-tour/.
NUSA DUA RESTAURANT
Nusa Dua is an Indonesian food restaurant located near China Town of London. As silly as it sounds, me and my travel mates were looking forward to visit Nusa Dua Restaurant. We just couldn’t stop talking about it, imagining the dishes they might have, because after all, we Indonesian mostly need a regular rice and sambal intake don’t we?? 🙂
Luckily Nusa Dua didn’t disappoint us, we had a great time enjoying the scrumptious taste of hometown in Nusa Dua. They definitely know how to cook Indonesian dishes well, rice was perfectly cooked, sambal was spicy, spices was rich, couldn’t ask for more.
Nusa Dua Restaurant
118-120 Shaftesbury Avenue
London W1D 5EP
COVENT GARDEN MARKET
In Covent Garden Market, you can find various shops, cafes and bars such as Jamie Oliver’s Union Jacks or my favorite burger Shake Shack.
Covent Garden Market
London WC2E 8RD, United Kingdom
PARTRIDGE FOOD MARKET
Every Saturday in Duke of York Square, you can find gourmet food market consists of 70 diverse stalls that sell everything from cakes to speciality breads, cheese to pies and Morrocan to Caribbean dishes. It is a fun way to experience the local market in London.
2-5, Duke of York Square, King’s Rd, London SW3 4LY
Opening hours: Sat 10.00 – 16.00
THE PERKIN REVELLER
Tower Bridge is one of London’s iconic and must visit places, the famous spot is featured in so many tv shows and movies, and one of the best places to enjoy the majestic view of Tower Bridge is The Perkin Reveller restaurant.
Situated next to Tower Bridge, The Perkin Reveller offers traditional British food with contemporary twists. While enjoing the delicious food, guest can also enjoy the amazing view of Tower Bridge.
Smoked Haddock Fishcakes
with tartare sauce
Scottish Salmon GBP 14.50
with lemon, capers, spinach and parsley butter
Rocket Pesto Linguine GBP 11.50
with pine nuts, shaved parmesan
Chargrilled West Country 6oz Sirloin Steak GBP 18.75
with spinach, butter braised potato, pepper sauce
The Perkin Reveller
The Wharf, Tower of London
St. Katherine’s & Wapping, London EC3N
ROPE WALK – MALTBY STREET MARKET
For more modern and hipster food scene in London, if you visit London on weekend, Maltby Street Market is simply a must not miss!!
It is an interesting modern street food packed in a small alley of Maltby street filled with various fresh produce including breads, cakes, meats cheeses and antique products as well. You can find the signature and popular dish of United Kingdom, Scotch egg, the popular Monty’s Deli sandwiches and St John Bakery’s sourdough and fresh filled doughnuts, etc. It is a must visit for every foodie.
40 Maltby St, London SE1 3PA
Opening Hours: Sat 09.00 – 16.00, Sun 11.00 – 16.00
We’ve reach the end of our virtual culinary tour in London. Hopefully it could inspire you for your trip to London. Thank you once again British Embassy Jakarta for the delicious trip in London. Let’s Travel!!
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