London Visited

Great to be back in my home country for a few days. This time I based myself in Soho., the theater district. As expected you will be spoilt for choice of any show you wish to see. I could not resist re seeing Les Miserables which was actually my first opera. Like a fine wine.

The food scene continues to evolve. I found a great Italian cafe; Primco. The spaghetti and pizza are worth a trip. Also, a great Greek restaurant Sulvaki. Limited tables so please book in advance but you will not be disappointed.

For cocktails I would recommend O Cafe. Very trendy. Great music and a good crowd. Also for lunch or cocktails I’d recommend Milos on Charles Street.

A stay in London without tea and scones at the Ritz would not be proper. Walking around the iconic property is special. Also, a few properties down is the Caviar House another one I would put on your to visit list.

For any cigar enjoyers out there the is an awesome Cuban Cigar bar at 100 Wardour St. Check out the Cohiba select.

So many clubs to choose from but The Last One plays good music, good service and the crowd is friendly.

The sights are endless but a stroll around Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and Green Park next to Buckingham Palace are all worth it. Harrods os right down the road for great gifts to take home. You can also lose yourself on the various food courts.


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