The London Design Week and Decorex are almost starting so time to prepare ourselves with a fresh new city guide! After a little bit of research we found the next amazing restaurants and must-visits, we can’t wait to check them out. Here we go!
Retro restaurant: West Thirty Six
If you want to end up in a cozy restaurant, West Thirty Six is your best shot in Notting Hill! A British corner house from the outside and a retro modern with leather armchairs, bare brick walls and classy cocktails.
Russian style: Bob Bob Ricard
Ever been in a restaurant with a ‘press-for-champagne’ button? This is your chance. Bob Bob Ricard has a very extraordinary interior divided in a red and blue room with a touch of Russian style. It feels like dining in a coupé, actually you are in a coupé, with each having its private ‘press-for-champagne’ button. The menu is classic British, excellent taste and beautiful dishes!
New: The Wolseley Grand Café
Looking for a new restaurant with perfect gilded details? The just opened Wolseley is designed by David Collins Studio. The award-winning interior and architecture company realises creative and inspirational hospitality, residential, and retail projects worldwide. You have to visit this new grand café and don’t forget to try the champagne afternoon-tea.
Magical: Beach Blanket Babylon
This is the one! This secret hotspot with theatrical boho feeling is a jewel for sure. Beach Blanket Babylon has a magical atmosphere: recall a Venetian villa, filled with Spanish baroque from Gaudi. The restaurant has two different locations; Notting Hill and Shoreditch. Pick one and reserve a table!
History Of Silk: Dennis Severs’ House
If you have some time left next to the fair, consider taking a tour in one of London’s house museums. This Dennis Severs’ House is an look inside the lives of a family of Huguenot silk-weavers from 1724 to the dawn of the 20th Century. “It was Dennis Severs’ intention that as you enter his house it is as if you have passed through the surface of a painting, exploring with your senses and imagination a meticulously crafted 18th Century world.”
Afternoon Tea Between Palm trees
Drinking tea is off course typical British and thus the reason you should go for an afternoon tea when you are in London. Which place is better than sipping in The Ritz London? The Ritz is always a good idea ;).
Refurbished at Regent Street
No time for a museum or afternoon tea but only time left in the evening? Step into the newly refurbished foyer of the Regent Street Cinema and you totally forget the busy city life outside for a moment. Find more of the city’s best cinemas according to the Conde Nast Traveler.
Print this guide, keep it with you in London and have the best time ever! Good luck with surviving the Decorex and make time to enjoy your business trip ;).
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