Last week, I caught a taste of the New London. Great example is Rabbit in Chelsea, which claims to do “British tapas,” creative bites made of quality local ingredients.
And (shhh) it was excellent…did I just say that?
The London I experienced when I was younger seemed to host lousy F&B, abrupt service & pedestrian entertainment. Admittedly, previous visits did include the usual checklist tourist traps & crowded venues.
My impression was “London is nice but I’d rather be…” This time I chose to experience London the RIGHT way: I let clients, friends & local partners show me the ropes.
I spent time in Richmond, Barnes, Putney, Bayswater, Hyde Park, Kensington, Chelsea, Soho, Covent Gardens, Butler’s Wharf & even went to the top of the Walkie Talkie building (thanks Mark Schaub!)
Good for the daily step count (12K+) & for working off the calories…
From exquisite architecture to endless dining options, manicured neighborhoods, parks & waterfront developments, beautiful walkways & homey pubs on every corner…London is a world class city to live and raise a family.
So thank you for a fulfilling and lively week @London. You have officially changed my view. No naysaying going forward (except the weather…which is still appalling)