Most semi popular places in London
Are you coming to London and you want to visit some places that are beautiful and intimate, although they do not appear in every guide or top? Then it means that you stumbled upon the right article. Below, you will find some of the most semi popular bars, pubs, shops, markets, restaurants, cafes and other entertainment places in the capital of the UK.
Let us start with an underground den named The Lucky Pig. Do not get yourself fooled by this unique name. In fact, this is one of the most well decorated pubs in London. In its beginnings, it used to be a parlor. Nowadays, it is a mix of comfortable armchairs and vintage wallpapers. The cocktails, good music and simple food can turn an ordinary night out into a great one.
The House of Hair (SE11) is not the common boutique hairdresser you would usually see in London. This small business has only two professional employees and all the clients are welcomed by the cutest Scottie dog called Rupert. Moreover, the décor is very intimate and it is one of the most tastefully personalized English boutiques. You should hurry up and make an appointment.
If you want to dine “in style”, the Perkin Reveller is the perfect restaurant for you. Located right near the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge, it takes its name form Chaucer’s “Cook Tale”. You can choose to sit at the cocktail bar, in the restaurant or on the outside terrace. The architecture and style is very simple, contrasting with the historic buildings that you can quietly look at during your classical British dish or drink. Better visit it during the summer and take care to make a reservation well in advance.
A totally different, yet interesting place is the Brunswick House Café, located in Vauxhall (SW8 2LG, Brunswick House, 30 Wandsworth Road). Once you are in, you will let yourself overwhelmed by the numerous pieces of antiques. They are randomly selected and placed and the best part is that they are all for sale. We recommend you to go here when you are ready to try the famous Sunday British brunch.
Little Nan’s Bar (Deptford, SE8) is solely dedicated to people who are open minded and want to enjoy quality strong drinks and bold cocktails. The owner took his inspiration from the decays of aristocratic decadence and the result is quite brilliant. The drinks are served in teapots and you can even buy soft toys. The Queen herself would either blush or laugh at this unique arrangement and perspective of the British symbols and London life.
For the people who are passionate about wines, there is this great little subterranean den called Gordon’s Wine Bar. Situated in WC2N 6NE, on 47 Villiers Street, it is considered by most to be the oldest wine bar in London, being built around 1890. The atmosphere is intimate and the food is rustic. Recently, an exterior part has been opened, especially for barbeque fans. This way, you can visit it in any season, always being pleasantly surprised by the large variety of wines and the hospitability.
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