You may already think that London is a food lover’s dream, brimming with restaurants, but there is always more. Tucked away, but right under your nose, are a whole host of exclusive venues where you can undoubtedly find some of the best food and drink in the town.
During a night at The Candlelight Club, you will be whisked away to the 1920’s for an authentic jazz age experience. The Prohibition era speakeasy pop-up is a vintage wonderland, lit entirely by candles. Among the glowing lights, guests take part in true Gatsby experience. Think flapper dresses and bow ties, The Candlelight Club promises a glittering evening of cocktails and dining, in addition to live jazz bands and cabaret performances.
The Brick Lane restaurant, Caboose, is offering rustic twist on the private dining experience. Caboose is a word for the last carriage in a train and the restaurant is indeed located inside a restored train carriage! The private dining is an exhilarating experience, where the chefs cook the set menu dishes right before your eyes.
Art Afternoon Tea at The Rosewood London
It turns out London isn’t as much of a concrete jungle as you might expect. In fact, The Barbican hosts the second biggest Conservatory in London. Home to exotic fish and over 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees, The Sky Garden is a true tropical oasis hidden right in London’s urban jungle. Take a guided tour of the conservatory, and stop off for a tranquil afternoon tea along the way.
Walking past, you very well may miss this hidden gem. Tucked away behind a bookcase in Milroy’s in Soho, you will find the entrance to this cosy bar, where you might also find the bar’s regular, Jack Russel.
For a touch of the luxurious, The Basement State in London embodies the dark and mysterious. Dark woods and exposed brickwork make this without a doubt one of London’s most refined venues, where guests experience specialist dessert plates with their drinks.