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The legendary bakery started in Paris in 1932 and now has an outlet in Belgravia, where you can pick up one of their famous sourdoughs. I also love the Viennese pastries. Lionel Poilâne has been hugely influential to bakers worldwide. He combines the best of old and new techniques and calls it “retro-innovation.” If you’re in Chelsea, check out their branch there, where you can order light meals from the cuisine de bar.
Superb French bakery which dates back to 1832 when Lionel Poilane, a young baker from Normandy, came to Paris to open his first shop. His mission was to revive the traditional French sourdough loaves which were not as popular as baguettes, baking them in a wood-fired oven. Over the years, their…
This is the genuine thing. It really is the London branch of a famous French bakery. They make rye bread the classic way. They use a wood fired oven (allegedly the first in London since the great fire!). Totally classy, totally awesome. Come here, buy a complete round loaf ("un pain s'il vous…
This is a lovely french coffee shop behind PETER JONES in Sloane Square. A great Meeting place. Great tartines and I love the Porridge.
“Leading dealer in Cuban and New World cigars supplying hard-to-find whisky, coffee and accessories.”
“Elegant pub with bookcases and chandeliers, famous for notorious 1960s criminal/showbiz clientele.”
“*Tomtom on Elizabeth Street fills that odd niche of artisan bean-grower, coffee roasters and cigar merchants. You can take over one of the outside tables and order anything from coffee and eggs to a beer and a Cuban Havana from the nearby cigar shop.”
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“Fantastic view of London from the river Thames. You get a fabulous funny commentary from the boat people and they point out all the sights so you get an idea of where everything is. You can hop on or off at different stops, look around and continue on a later boat. Good thing to do when you first arrive. ”