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London’s roots lie in the walled Roman settlement of Londinium, established in AD 43 on the northern banks of the River Thames, roughly...
St Katharine Docks
Sitting in the shadow of Tower Bridge, this once-booming part of London's Docklands was built in 1828 by engineer-extraordinaire Thomas...
A firm favourite of art students and the avant-garde cognoscenti, this ground-breaking gallery doesn't have a permanent collection but...
A gloriously atmospheric example of one of London’s Victorian public-house music halls, Wilton’s hosts a variety of shows, from comedy...
This is a great place for a light but boozy lunch opposite the Tower. Buy a bottle of wine at retail price (no mark-up, £8 corkage fee)...
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TV chef Cyrus Todiwala has taken an old magistrates court just a 10-minute walk from Tower Hill, decorated it in carnival colours and filled it with fragrant aromas. The Parsi and Goan menu is famous for its superlative dhansaak (lamb stew with rice and lentils) but the tandoori dishes are just as good.