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Secret London - Unusual Bars & Restaurants

by Hannah Robinson, Rachel Howard

Secret London - Unusual Bars & Restaurants Synopsis

Have lunch with the inmates of a high security prison, stroll through a sex shop into a Mexican restaurant, sing your heart out in a clandestine Korean karaoke club, tap your toes in a gypsy swing club, get pickled in a marooned Irish pub, join the sixties club that's still swinging, drink cappuccinos made by murderous bikers, play petanque in a central London cellar, tap an oak-tree trunk for whisky... Discover over 140 places with eye-popping decor, eccentric owners, and unusual menus. This guide to London's most peculiar and under-the-radar bars and restaurants is for serious foodies, intrepid drinkers, urban explorers - and anyone curious to discover the infinite possibilities to have fun in London.

Secret London - Unusual Bars & Restaurants Press Reviews

The perfect gift for that friend who thinks Cafe Rouge is a bit exotic (The Londonist); I put the guide to the test around Covent Garden and Soho - two of the most touristy parts of the capital - and uncovered a host of gems I'd never encountered before, despite living there for seven years (Rob McFarland, Australian Traveller)

Book Information

ISBN: 9782361952808
Publication date: 2nd November 2018
Author: Hannah Robinson, Rachel Howard
Publisher: Jonglez
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 224 pages
Categories: Restaurant, cafe & pub guides,

About Hannah Robinson, Rachel Howard

Hannah Robinson is a Scottish-born screenwriter, director and author who splits her time between London and Edinburgh. She has made a raft of prize-winning short films and animations, holds two Hollywood feature screenwriting awards and is a script consultant for Sir Lenny Henry. She has worked as a food journalist for The Scotsman and The List magazine, and is the author of Secret Edinburgh, an Unusual Guide for Jonglez - the best-selling guidebook to the city. Hannah is the creative force behind the cultural tourism web project, The Story of Edinburgh in 101 Objects . She has recently set up Palindromicals, a ...

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