St James’s Piccadilly
The only church (1684) Christopher Wren built from scratch and one of a few established on a new site (most of the other London churches...
Anteros (Eros) Statue
At the centre of Piccadilly Circus stands the famous aluminium statue, Anteros, twin brother of Eros, dedicated to the philanthropist...
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...
This brasserie in the renovated art-deco ballroom of a former hotel is the Frenchest eatery west of Calais. Favourites include...
5th fl, Waterstone’s Piccadilly, 203-206 Piccadilly · interesting places nearby
5th View information
The views of Westminster from the top floor of Waterstones on Piccadilly are just the start. Add a relaxed, sophisticated dining room and some lovely food, and it's a gem. We love the Greek meze and antipasti platters (small/large £9/15) to share, the prix fixe lunch (two/three courses £16.95/19.95, with glass of vino) and afternoon tea (£14.95).