It was Lord Byron who dreamed up this evocative phrase to describe the junction between Regent’s Canal and the Grand Union Canal, a...
London Waterbus Company
This enclosed barge runs enjoyable 50-minute trips on Regent’s Canal between Little Venice and Camden Lock, passing by Regent’s Park and...
Lord’s Cricket Ground
A trip to Lord’s, aka ‘the home of cricket’, is often as much a pilgrimage as anything else. As well as being home to Marylebone Cricket...
Pubs don’t really come much better than this charming place. Originally designed in Victorian times to separate the classes and sexes,...
Touted by some as London’s best Chinese restaurant, this stylish eatery, located in the new waterside development of Sheldon Sq, serves...
444 Edgware Rd · interesting places nearby
Despite its unprepossessing appearance and location on a fairly grim part of Edgware Rd, Mandalay is actually one of the capital’s most wonderful secrets, not to mention its only Burmese restaurant. The crispy a-kyaw fritters (£2.40) of vegetables and shrimps and the spicy bottle-gourd soup with noodles (£2.90) make great starters, while the twice-cooked fish curry with tamarind and lime (£6.90) is a scrumptious main course.