Travel Tips: London
The Boundary Project – They had me at “Rooftop and Rose”. We caught up with friends and lounged overlooking London. We were supposed to be there before dinner/drinks and ended up staying for hours.. More Aperol Spritz anyone? It reminded me of SOHO house in New York.
The Rules – The oldest restaurant in London. Thomas Rules created the year when Napoleon opened his campaign in Egypt. Hosted literary talents including Charles Dickens. Traditional English food at its best – I had my first taste of Guinness (wasn’t at all like I was expecting). I would suggest making a booking. We didn’t end up eating getting a reservation at 10pm, no issue for parents on holidays, but if you are starving or wanting an early night make sure you book!
American Bar, The Savoy – This is the perfect place to end your stay in London. After a day of shopping I finished up with one of the best cocktails I have ever had. No surprise it was voted the World’s best bar in 2017!
I chose a cocktail from their ‘Every Moment Tells A Story’ menu. which draws inspiration from iconic black and white portraits by British photographer Terry O’Neill. It was served on a bespoke coaster that has been designed to emulate the shutter of a camera – How cool is that!
Selfridges, Liberties of London, Mango, Jo Malone.