Lincoln’s Inn is the most attractive of the four inns and has a chapel, pleasant square and picturesque gardens that invite a stroll,...
Sir John Soane's Museum
This little museum is one of the most atmospheric and fascinating in London.The building is the beautiful, bewitching home of architect...
This inn – destroyed during WWII, rebuilt and expanded – is less interesting than Lincoln’s Inn, although the peaceful gardens are still...
With around 60 different types of vodka, from hazelnut to wheat-flavoured, simple old slivowica (plum brandy) to kosher, everyone...
This high-quality and very authentic Japanese restaurant on the fringe of the City can sometimes feel a little sterile, although the...
Lonely Planet review
Named after Korea’s signature dish (pickled spicy cabbage), Kimchee has combined a zen-like interior with neutral colours and the soft glow of dozens of enormous lampshades with the buzz of an open kitchen and vast dining room. The food is good and excellent value: try sharing a few dishes from the charcoal barbecue and the many sides as Koreans do.