Shrove Tuesday is almost upon us so here’s a round-up of London best Pancake houses:
My Old Dutch
The original London Pancake house – now with 3 branches in central London, in Kensington, Holborn and Chelsea. Great selection of sweet and savoury Dutch-style pancakes and other Dutch delights.
One of London’s best French creperies tucked away in South Kensington. Great location for combining with a visit to the museums. The waffles are great too!
Riding House Cafe
Not actually a pancake house but they do have fantastic buttermilk pancakes with berries and vanilla clotted cream on their brunch menu. A great location if you are planning some West End shopping or weekend walking in Bloomsbury.
Great creperie in Brixton Village, savoury galettes and sweet crepes with interesting range of fillings – something for everyone. Plenty of shops, bars and cafes in Brixton Village to wander round afterwards.
The Breakfast Club
With 4 branches and counting the Breakfast Club is the place to be on a weekend morning. They do a great range of American Pancakes for brunch and pancakes and berries for dessert in the evenings.
The festive season in London offers plenty of romantic walks and events for couples. Here are a few that will surely leave you and yours starry eyed. Dazzle Jewellery Exhibition The annual Dazzle jewelry show held at the National Theatre is now in its 31st year, and it is quickly becoming a must-attend Christmas event. …
Hallowe’en may be almost upon us but there’s plenty of opportunity to experience gore, creepiness and the supernatural the whole year round in London! Highgate Cemetery A wander around the ivy-clad ruins of this Victorian cemetery is creepy enough, with its overgrown, neglected tombs and gravestones. But add in the stories of the Highgate Vampire who reported;y haunted …
I’ve recently teamed up with SalesGossip to create a series of 6 shopping walks and guides around London. SalesGossip are sharing their shopping secrets and I’ve combined them with some great places to stop for coffee and lunch, interesting facts and diversions to the area’s sights and highlights! As ever, each walk comes with step by …
If you are in the West End and fancy an escape from the crowds try this walk which takes in Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill. Enter Regent’s Park via York Gate on Marylebone Road. Once one of Henrys VIII’s hunting parks it is now one of London’s Royal Parks. The park is surrounded by grand Regency …