London is one of the most exquisite cities of the world, with the BIg Ben towering over from one side and the Thames flowing from another end, it is also one of the most significant tourist hotspots. Food connoisseurs from all over the world clamour to be in the highly congested British capital to visit the many restaurants and cafes, and it is evident that anyone who does visit the eateries will go with more than just their appetites satiated. The ambience, the hospitality, the prim uniforms of the stewards and even the garnishing on the dessert add to the unparalleled culinary experience.
Taking you back to the days of the well loved board game, Monopoly can start off your culinary tour watching over the Trafalgar Square of London from atop the building known as Piccadilly. The Portrait Gallery which is on the third floor of the Piccadilly offers some spectacular views of the expensive capital of United Kingdom and serves some mouth watering dishes that tantalize your sensations. The Hibiscus, Pied a Terre and the Hakkasan are other top favourites in the area. For the non meat eating population there is Rasa, Leon and Amico Bio among others for some delicious and aromatic dishes.
There are restaurants that specialize in Indian, Chinese, French and Italian cuisine, with chefs who concoct authentic food and drink with a slight twist to suit the British palette. To remind oneself of the afternoon teas that people in England used to enjoy during the Victorian times, there are still hotels and little eateries that put out quite a generous spread lasting till dusk. You can hop in after a bit of shopping to quench your thirst with a warm mug of espresso or well brewed tea while savouring the pastries and cakes that are served usually through a buffet.
If you reside in a luxury hotel London, it would probably just be a matter of stepping into the hotel's restaurant for a scrumptious meal, but ensure you take a tour from the London boutique hotel in search of newer and more varied dishes that will keep your taste buds watering. The Halkin London is well known not only for its fine accommodation, but also for the exquisite food it offers its guests.