Hidden behind grand red doors this Chinese establishments feels like stepping into Shanghai of yesteryear.
Sir John Betjeman famously referred to the historic St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel as “too beautiful and romantic to survive.”
The latest hotspot to join the fine dining club that is Michelin, is a nano sushi bar in Mayfair that only a small number of people have experienced.
Known as one of the most invigorating and diverse cities in the world, we would say that 24 hours is not enough time to see what London has to offer. However, if you are limited on time you can still make the most of the big smoke and then some, London is a hub where you can explore unusual museums, get a late night bite, dance until 6am, and delve into a world of culture - all in one day. And we've got you covered.
London is said to house the largest Chinese New Year celebrations outside of China, hosting to 200,000 something people. The Year of the Dog is set to be quite the celebration and here is what you’ll not want to miss and where you’ll want to be seen.