St. John @ St. John Street, London

For St. John, we took the Circle line to Farringdon. We exited the station bearing left and crossed over Turnmill Street on to Cowcross Street which took us to the junction of St. John Street. At the junction at Smithfield Market, we turned left and walk along St. John Street for around 50 yards or […]

Buckingham Palace – To see the Queen !

Today is our last day in London and we need to go sight-seeing… squeeze in all the things we have missed out in the past week.. being Malaysians and all:) So here we are. Buckingham Palace was built in 1702 by the Duke of Buckingham as his London home. The house was then later sold […]

Camden Lock & Pier 1 Fish n Chips, London

Ciki has Hunger! bridge over the canal Camden Lock Market ! Established in 1975 this was the market which started the phenomenon that now draws more than 150,000 a week to the Camden Town markets. To find Camden Lock Market walk up Camden High Street from Camden Town station until you see this building. The […]

The Pierre Koffmann Pop up Restaurant @ Selfridges & Bond Street

River Thames From St Paul’s cathedral, I leg it over to Selfridges (Oxford circus stop) as I am well, as you’ve already guessed, somewhat late for lunch. I love my Oyster. It lets me get to my destination with great ease. With the oyster you have the ease of “auto top-up” and it is also […]

Big ben, River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral , The London Eye

Photo moments that I like, of London. The London Eye. Me oh My.. the Eye! Bigger than Life, Ben. Walking to work against such a magnificent backdrop. These people look so immune to the beauty of their surroundings. I was once like that! My pal, Churchill. Sandwich and me, and Big Ben makes three. Another […]

Trafalgar square, Carnaby, Oxford Circus & Bayswater Duck, London

Here are some interesting things I saw, from the walk all the way from my hotel (on Kensington) to Oxford Circus..  Considering the amount I ate on this trip, I had to find every excuse to exercise!  Later that night, dinner of scrumptious duck, in Bayswater. Cute – slogan .. I wish someone would save […]

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon @ West St, London

Taking off from where I left off , from Kidrobot at 7 Dials, I legged it over to West Street (extremely nearby) as I was supposed to meet some friends at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon for lunch and I was already late. With renowned restaurants in Paris, Tokyo and Las Vegas, I was psyched to […]

Covent Garden, Tuttons & Kidrobot – London

Covent Garden, London is famous for its shops, street performers, bars, restaurants, theatres and the Royal Opera House. There was a massive reindeer outside the piazza this time when we got there, early in the morning. Reindeer and Bobby. Covent garden looks like an Italian-style piazza packed with restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques. Suffering from […]

ExCel London

Just to set things straight, it wasn’t all play and no work. I did make it down to the excel convention center for my meetings;) ExCeL London (Exhibition Centre London) is an exhibitions and conference centre in London that is located on a 100-acre site on the northern quay of the Royal Victoria Dock in […]

Marcus Wareing @ The Berkeley, London

I’ve heard so much about London’s finest dining, glitz and glamour. Even though I tried to book the Fat Duck, 8 weeks in advance to my London trip, a voice on the other end of the phone said ” We take reservations up to 2 months in advance, but we are fully booked for the […]

London – Marriot Kensington, Harrods, Harvey Nichols .

Liquid History! Touchdown London.. but not before I witnessed a spectacular sunrise .. The River Thames has served several roles in human history-  an economic resource, a water highway, a boundary, a fresh water source, also a source of food.. I was just happy to see it after a 12 hour flight. Omnia Omnibus Ubique […]

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