London’s café culture is streets ahead. As the sun grows stronger in springtime, tables and chairs magically appear across the streets of Belgravia, Kensington and Chelsea. What could be better than relaxing with a cappuccino and a croissant at a pavement café, soaking up the rays and watching the world go by? Here we sniff out six of the best homes for sale or to let near the city’s most tempting brasseries.Read More
Dan Jones is changing the face of history, armed with a sense of humour and passion for the past. The cool TV presenter and historian is about to star in a new television series on Channel 5. Here he reveals a secret smugglers’ tunnel hidden beneath the Thames, picks his three luxuries if stranded on a desert island and whisks us back in time.
Belgravia, Chelsea and Knightsbridge all have one thing in common. They are blessed with many of the best chocolatiers in the capital. They range from Rococo in Motcomb Street to Prestat in Pavilion Road. The Swiss are the biggest chocoholic nation in the world followed by Germany and Ireland, with the UK in fourth place (according to Euromonitor). However, London has some of the finest Easter Eateries.Read More