London foodies prepare. Straight from the white and vibrant city of Tel Aviv, Executive Chef Barak Aharoni will be hosting a one-off residency at Carousel in London this season.

Hidden behind grand red doors this Chinese establishments feels like stepping into Shanghai of yesteryear. 

When travelling to a new city, chances are you will visit the main landmarks, museum and neighbourhoods. A great way to fully immerse into a city's culture and habits is by heading to the flea markets; London has plenty. Whether it is vintage clothing, antique furniture or delicacies that you are looking for, you will find it in one of these local haunts.

In a city full of events to attend, people to meet and places to see, putting out the best version of yourself is not to underestimate. Meaning that postponing that aqua yoga, or spa indulgence, is out of the question; especially if you live by the motto work hard, play hard. Here's where you can rejuvinate in the British captial.

Your taste buds will be grateful once you set foot in London. With bustling food markets, trendy international restaurants and off-the-beaten-track venues, every bite will be like a feast in your mouth!

For a luxury London love affair, wander the museums, peruse the shops and sip a coffee in these iconic locations.

In need of a caffeine fix? London has a coffee shop on every street corner but we know exactly where you need to go to get the best brew in town.

Sir John Betjeman famously referred to the historic St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel as “too beautiful and romantic to survive.”

Elegant Japanese small plates and skewers in Central London.

From Nordic boutiques to sartorial houses, London’s menswear scene is expanding faster than we can imagine. Any genre of shopping destination you need is right at your fingertips in the UK’s capital, and here are our favourites.