Built in the 12th century, the Strand (from the Old English word for 'shore'; 'stranded' has the same etymology) runs by the Thames....
St Paul’s Church
When the Earl of Bedford commissioned Inigo Jones to design Covent Garden Piazza , he asked for a simple church 'not much better than a...
The London Coliseum is home to the English National Opera (ENO), celebrated for making opera modern and more relevant, as all...
With no reservations, you may need to get in line for an hour or so at this restaurant that does a brisk service in some of the best...
66 Chandos Pl · interesting places nearby
This delightful but frequently busy carbon-neutral cantina, part of an ever-expanding and ever-popular chain, styles itself as a ‘Mexican-market eating’ experience. Choose to share a selection of street snacks (tacos, tostadas, quesadillas ) or aim for a more traditional main such as chargrilled chicken breast marinated in Yucatecan spices and pineapple juice. Wash it down with one of a dozen tequilas.