Experience London from above
155 meter above street level you will find a restaurant that is perfect for lunch or dinner. But you don’t need to eat at the restaurant – it’s possible just to enjoy the view. We didn’t experience a long cue, but we were told it did occur once in a while.
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This food court is located close to the London Bridge but in a cool urban environment.
A lot of free tastings and great food adventures, with food from all over
Prices are okay and the quality of the food is superb!
Back in the 80’s this part of London was well known for the sex industry – but those days are over! Soho is a popular area for fashion and clubbing. In SoHo, you can dance to the early morning and always find a bar that suits your mood.
Covent Garden Market
In 1654 this was a fruit and vegetable market – Now it’s the perfect place for a lunch!
Inside the Covent Garden Market, it looks like an old train station but filled with lovely cosy cafes and restaurants.