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 for 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 literally talents including Charles Dickens.Traditional english food at its best- I had my first taste of Guiness ( wasn’t not at all like I was expecting.)I would suggest making a booking. We didnt and ended 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 Worlds 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