Things to do in London in November and December

Urban Food Fest

The weather at this time of year might make you want to do nothing more than curl up in bed with a cup of tea and a good movie but with so much to do in London in November and December there’s never been a better time to drag yourself out from under that duvet, throw on your winter woolies, and start exploring. Looking for some inspiration? Here are our favourite things to do in London in November, so whether it’s markets, street food, or exhibitions you’re interested in, there’s sure to be something for everyone. London in Winter Embracing Christmas before December’s even on your radar is easy in London, not least because there seems to be a new Christmas market (or even just somewhere to warm your hands on a steaming cup of mulled wine) popping up all over the place. Southbank Centre’s Christmas market is already in full swing by the riverbank and, even though it’s open throughout the day until 4th January, we reckon it’s best visited at night to get the full effect. Spend an hour or two wandering around the market’s wooden chalets where you’ll find a range of gifts available, then find yourself a Keep reading this post...

Eat Your Heart Out in Brixton

gremio de brixton

As a self-confessed foodie, cheeseaholic, and vino fiend, Brixton offers a wealth of eating-out opportunities for the avid culinary explorer. Located South of London, Brixton is easily accessible on the Victoria line and a great alternative dinner spot to the usual haunts in Shoreditch or Soho. As a local resident in Brixton I have had Keep reading this post...

In defence of… Camden Town

Sunday Papers Live. Photo: The People Speak

When I was younger (so much younger than today), Camden Town was my Mecca, my touchstone, my Lourdes. It had pretty much everything a guy in his late-teens could wish for; pubs with scant regard for ID, rock clubs with scant regard for quality music, and street food with scant regard for ingredients. Sure it Keep reading this post...

Join us on our East End Food Tour

Book Tour

Our 3.5 hour walking food tour takes you to some of our favourite restaurants and food stops in one of London’s most fascinating and offbeat neighborhoods- the East End. You’ll enjoy eight mouth-watering food tastings in restaurants, cafes and pubs that locals cherish but tourists rarely stumble upon. All the while you’ll get a behind-the-scenes taste of the East End’s unique history and culture – visiting hidden synagogues, meeting the colourful locals and getting to see some of the world’s most amazing street art. Experience the London you won’t find anywhere else, on an unforgettable tour that satisfies all of your senses!