Tom Aikens Restaurant
One of the most famous in London is Tom Aikens, a traditional British restaurant. It is better to book a table with Aikens a month in advance, but if you arrive at seven or eight, it is possible to get into the institution by ten. Start with mashed potatoes, whipped into foam, and mushrooms, which for some reason are served here in a glass. You can continue with oysters and crab meat. Don't forget to sample the cheeses, dessert, and homemade chocolate. The waiters and the head waiter will make sure that you have an unforgettable experience in this restaurant.
Working hours: Monday - Friday 12 am -2.30 pm, 7 pm – 11 pm
Address: 43 Elystan St London, 7584 2003
Metro: South Kensington
Price: £ 55-60
The bar occupies the last three floors of a skyscraper at 20 Fenchurch Street and is one of London rooftop bars. This is the tallest garden establishment in London. Guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the city, as well as beer and cocktails at affordable prices. In the evenings, the hall is full of people who want to dine overlooking the sunset. You can enter and see the garden for free, but the number of tickets is limited and you can walk for no more than an hour.
Address: 20 Fenchurch Street, EC3M 3BY
The O2 Arena Millennium Dome
The large entertainment center O2 Arena is the third in the world and the first in the UK in terms of occupancy, with over 1 million visitors annually.
The complex includes a cinema "Kinomir", a music club, exhibition grounds, cafes, bars and restaurants. Therefore, remember that if you want to visit sports events, rock and pop stars, classical music concerts or theatrical performances, you can always have a good lunch or dinner here. 96 halls around the stunning arena offer you unlimited views and impeccable service from restaurants such as Levy, Inc Brasserie French cuisine, Gaucho Argentinean restaurant, American grill bar. A special place among them is occupied by the Matter restaurant - it is three floors, three and a half thousand square meters, filled with an unheard-of level of technology and comfort - a revolution in London's nightlife.
Address: Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Metro: North Greenwich; from the Charlton railway station take buses # 486, 472, N472 (10 minutes).
BBB Restaurant (Beach Blanket Babylon)
The name of the restaurant, housed in an old Georgian mansion in the heart of Notting Hill, loosely translated sounds like "Babylon the size of a beach mat." Locals affectionately call it BBB. The restaurant was founded in 1990 and since then has been famous for its famous cocktails and porno Evezd performances. Pop, chic and decadent. Hence, some of the arrogance of the waiters. But not eating at BBB on a Friday night and seeing the local crowd is scarier than seeing the other BBB, Big Ben. Here you can enjoy a fine dining in the open air during colonial Britain, but you can also order an intimate dinner in a more secluded location. The appropriate lighting design of the Baroque and Rococo premises makes this place an attractive tourist destination.
Opening hours: Monday - Sunday from 12 pm to 12am.
Address: 45 Ledbury Road, London, W11 2AA
The Ivy Restaurant
Want to go to a vanity fair? Then head to The Ivy Restaurant - a favorite place for filmmakers, musicians and businessmen. Or maybe you just want to try a traditional English set of fish and chips (fish and chips), pigeons, tuna, potato and meat shepherd's casserole? Then it's back to Ivy! Here they cook such a delicious casserole. And the impressions of meeting the English beau monde will be enough for you at least until your next vacation, and besides, you can always brag to your friends that you have spent time with celebrities.
Working hours: Mon-Sat 12 am- 3 pm, 5.30pm – 12 pm, Sun 12 am-3.30 pm, 5.30 pm -12 pm
Address: 1-5 West St. London, 7836 4751
Metro: Leicester Square
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