The follow-up to the excellent Bar Termini in Soho, Centrale is a brilliant Italian-style cocktail bar hidden away beside Selfridges with fantastic cocktails, espressos, and a laid-back vibe that’s hard to beat in any neighbourhood. The bartenders wear aprons and there are Art Deco prints of vintage cocktails on the walls, but it’s not cheesy at all - in fact, it feels pretty darn cool. It’s great for stopping for a quick coffee or drink during the day, or hanging out post-work before wandering over to one of the restaurants along nearby James Street for dinner. The Aperol Spritz here is exceptional, even if it is on the pricey side.
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Chik’n is an upmarket chicken shop on Baker Street and feels like a cross between a Shake Shack and KFC. Great for quick snack if you’re in the hood.
Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
Brasserie Of Light
Brasserie Of Light is a very shiny restaurant inside Selfridges. It’s got halfway decent people watching potential, but it’s really quite bad at food.
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Canova is a bar that has taken over a former grade listed department store in Brixton and, yes, it’s very cool.
Grow is a cafe by the canal in Hackney Wick. Pay a visit for a drink and a snack, and some prime waterside people-watching.
Conveniently located on West Hampstead High Street, this retro bar serves very decent pizza and cheap cocktails.
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