John Nash had originally designed Regent St and Piccadilly in the 1820s to be the two most elegant streets in town but, curbed by city...
St James’s Piccadilly
The only church Christopher Wren (1684) built from scratch and on a new site (most of the other London churches are replacements for...
Just east of Piccadilly Circus is the London Trocadero , a huge and incredibly noisy indoor amusement arcade that has four levels of...
Part supermarket, part bookshop, part café, part restaurant and part sushi bar, Japan Centre offers the full Tokyo experience. Come for...
Lonely Planet review
Put on your best Dean Martin swagger and relive the glory days of the 1940s at this wonderfully nostalgic supper club. The cabaret repertoire runs the gamut from crooners and big bands to the genteel burlesque of Immodesty Blaize. Also see p22.