This cemetery just outside the City walls has been a burial ground for over 1000 years (‘Bunhill’ supposedly comes from the area's...
Worship St Whistling Shop
A ‘Victorian’ drinking den that takes cocktails to a molecular level, the Whistling Shop (as Victorians called a place selling illicit...
Sleek design meets accomplished cooking – what could be more Italian? The capacious space is divided into a formal dining room and a...
Lonely Planet review
In the period between the two world wars, English architecture was hardly more creative, though Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944), whose work is sometimes classified as British art deco, designed the Cenotaph (1920) in Whitehall as well as the impressive 1927 Britannic House , now Triton Court, in Moorgate.