South East England
A locals' guide to South East England
"Belgravia is not only popular because of its location, but for its elegant properties too."Christopher Sellwood
"I love wandering round The Natural History Museum - it's such a fun day out and there's so much to see!"James Hankin
"Chelsea's streets are great to wander around and admire the stunning architecture!"Hayley Thomas
Where do South East England locals go?
The Kensington Creperie
Every crêpe imaginable, amazing for people watching... Order the crêpe complete and wonder how you ever made do without one before.
Submitted by Will
With over 4.5 million items in its collection, The Victoria and Albert Museum is a celebrated part of London's cultural heritage.
Submitted by Anne-Marie
Who wouldn't enjoy a whole roast cow?! The Sunday roast at The Orange is certainly generously sized...
Submitted by Hayley
Tapas-style appetisers, game dishes and a rustic interior - an excellent restaurant for lunch and dinner with friends and family.
Submitted by Jamie
The Goring Hotel
A luxurious spot for upmarket afternoon tea and beautiful rooms for a romantic getaway.
Submitted by Eduard
Overlooking Sloane Square, this chic restaurant also has a well stocked bar where they serve classic and adventurous cocktails.
Submitted by Daisy
A local pub tucked away and open since 1818. It gets incredibly busy with people coming after work and is one of the most haunted pubs in London! They serve a fantastic beef Wellington too!
Submitted by Danielle
Duke of York Square
Watching Wimbledon on a sunny day in Duke of York Square is a great way to pass the day! There is also a market every Saturday selling upmarket, handmade products and food.
Submitted by Hayley
The Pantechnicon Rooms
There's a shortage of good dog-friendly restaurants in London, however Pantechnicon absolutely nails it. It is certainly the best Sunday roast in town.
Submitted by Stuart
Breakfast, pastries and afternoon tea, this delightful restaurant is part of a small, well loved chain, where you feel right at home.
Submitted by Edvin
Royal Artillery Memorial
This World War I monument is very impressive, even on a cloudy day.
Submitted by Lise
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Did you know?
"The River Westbourne is one of the River Thames' many tributaries and now flows through an underground pipe owing to the development of the land over it. At Sloane Square Underground Station, there is evidence of its existence where the pipe is exposed above the platform."
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- Sloane Square
- South Kensington
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