London Highlights

Selina

London Highlights

Restaurants & Eateries
The culinary scene in London is constantly changing with innovative chefs rethinking British classics and creating new favourites with an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced produce. Thanks to a rich mix of cultures, the capital's restaurants serve up delicious food from all corners of the globe. Whatever cuisine you fancy, you're sure to find it in London. From Michelin-starred restaurants, family-friendly eateries, cosy gastropubs and quirky cafes dotted all over the city, there's something for every budget too. Food halls and street food are on the rise, along with pop-up eateries and are great for sampling a wide variety of flavours. Here are some of our favourites.
One of our top choices for Sunday Brunch and an easy walk from The Brunswick. Set back from the road in a sunny courtyard, The Modern Pantry offers traditional brunch and other delights with a fusion twist.
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The Modern Pantry
47-48 St John's Square
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One of our top choices for Sunday Brunch and an easy walk from The Brunswick. Set back from the road in a sunny courtyard, The Modern Pantry offers traditional brunch and other delights with a fusion twist.
Opened in 2018, Thomas Heatherwick transformed the shabby railway arches leading to Kings Cross into an engaging pedestrianised shopping mall and foodies heaven, with direct access to the canal walkway that links east to west.
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Coal Drops Yard
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Opened in 2018, Thomas Heatherwick transformed the shabby railway arches leading to Kings Cross into an engaging pedestrianised shopping mall and foodies heaven, with direct access to the canal walkway that links east to west.
Our favourite coffee shop
Morty & Bob's
Our favourite coffee shop
Part of The Ivy group of restaurants, offering a great take on British fine dining in an informal setting.
Granary Square Brasserie
1 Granary Square
Part of The Ivy group of restaurants, offering a great take on British fine dining in an informal setting.
Tucked away between Leicester Square and Covent Garden, J Sheekey is the place to go for sustainably sourced fish, oysters and shellfish.
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J Sheekey
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Tucked away between Leicester Square and Covent Garden, J Sheekey is the place to go for sustainably sourced fish, oysters and shellfish.
One for the kids. Bringing the sights and sounds of the jungle to Piccadilly Circus, offering burgers, pasta and salads.
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Rainforest Cafe
20 Shaftesbury Ave
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One for the kids. Bringing the sights and sounds of the jungle to Piccadilly Circus, offering burgers, pasta and salads.
Walking west from The Brunswick, you'll find a range of pubs and eateries in and around Charlotte Street, and from there it's a very short walk to Soho and Theatre District.
Charlotte Street
Walking west from The Brunswick, you'll find a range of pubs and eateries in and around Charlotte Street, and from there it's a very short walk to Soho and Theatre District.
Local Parks & Gardens
We're very lucky to be surrounded by public garden squares and within easy access to the Royal Parks - Regents and Hyde.
Great for a quick run or outdoor yoga session in the morning.
Russell Square Garden
69 Russell Square
Great for a quick run or outdoor yoga session in the morning.
Kids only playground with petting farm and nursery. Activities laid on for youngsters during the holidays.
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Coram's Fields
93 Guilford St
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Kids only playground with petting farm and nursery. Activities laid on for youngsters during the holidays.
Great for a jogging route (5km circuit), plenty of open space for games. Home to London Zoo. Leads onto Primrose Hill and the Regent's Canal.
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Regent's Park
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Great for a jogging route (5km circuit), plenty of open space for games. Home to London Zoo. Leads onto Primrose Hill and the Regent's Canal.
Street Markets
One of London's largest and oldest food markets offering street food from all over the world and artesian produce.
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Borough Market
8 Southwark St
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One of London's largest and oldest food markets offering street food from all over the world and artesian produce.
There's so much to explore - the area is packed with antiques, vintage clothing and quirky stores.
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Portobello Road Market
306 Portobello Rd
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There's so much to explore - the area is packed with antiques, vintage clothing and quirky stores.
Located next to the canal, Camden Lock Market is filled with alternative gifts, fashion and crafts.
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Camden Market
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Located next to the canal, Camden Lock Market is filled with alternative gifts, fashion and crafts.
Great for an early Sunday morning start, grab a coffee and bacon butty and explore the flower and plant stalls.
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Columbia Road Flower Market
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Great for an early Sunday morning start, grab a coffee and bacon butty and explore the flower and plant stalls.
Browsing options include creations from up and coming designers, vintage clothing, crafts and more. On the first and third Fridays of the month there's also a Vinyl Market offering everything from obscure '60s psychedelic albums to '90s New York hip hop.
Old Spitalfields Market
16 Commercial Street
Browsing options include creations from up and coming designers, vintage clothing, crafts and more. On the first and third Fridays of the month there's also a Vinyl Market offering everything from obscure '60s psychedelic albums to '90s New York hip hop.
There are a variety of markets in and around the East End but the biggest draw by far is the Sunday UpMarket in the Old Truman Brewery. Here you'll find vintage stalls, quirky crafts by up and coming designers.
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Marché de Brick Lane
91 Brick Ln
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There are a variety of markets in and around the East End but the biggest draw by far is the Sunday UpMarket in the Old Truman Brewery. Here you'll find vintage stalls, quirky crafts by up and coming designers.
Art & Architecture
Housed in a large former power station, Tate Modern is Britain's leading art gallery when it comes to modern and contemporary art.
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Tate Modern
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Housed in a large former power station, Tate Modern is Britain's leading art gallery when it comes to modern and contemporary art.
The world's largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts and design offering something for everyone.
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Victoria and Albert Museum
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The world's largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts and design offering something for everyone.
Exhibits a vast range of natural history specimens and offers interactive exhibits that are very engaging for kids.
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Musée d'histoire naturelle de Londres
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Exhibits a vast range of natural history specimens and offers interactive exhibits that are very engaging for kids.
Sightseeing
An arty area adjacent to the equally hip neighbourhood of Hoxton. Your creatives and trendsetters fill this area and it offers an eclectic collection of shops, cafes, galleries, bars and restaurants. I'd recommend downloading a street map showcasing street art from locals to Banksy.
Shoreditch High Street
An arty area adjacent to the equally hip neighbourhood of Hoxton. Your creatives and trendsetters fill this area and it offers an eclectic collection of shops, cafes, galleries, bars and restaurants. I'd recommend downloading a street map showcasing street art from locals to Banksy.