Set amid the atmospheric ruins of the 12th-century St Dunstan Church, which was destroyed first in the Great Fire in 1666 and again in...
Tucked at the end of quiet Seething Lane, St Olave’s was built in the mid-15th century and is one of the few churches to have survived...
20 Fenchurch St
The City's sixth-tallest building didn't get off to a good start when it opened in spring 2014. The in-your-face shape of the so-called...
This small and now very smart pub with a nautical theme is a short walk from Tower Hill and an oasis of calm away from the hubbub of the...
Love, love, love this 'secret garden' cafe-restaurant-cum-bar on two levels filled with greenery (both real and faux) and picnic-table...
15 Mincing Lane · interesting places nearby
Camino Monumento information
With an enormous map of the Iberian peninsula on one wall and its illustrative name, there's no doubt you're in a Spanish restaurant. Stick with the tapas (£4 to £13.50), which might be del asador (from the grill) like Rioja chorizo with roasted piquillo peppers or more prosaic bodega (cellar) ones like manchega cheese with quince jelly.