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Best things to do in London

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
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“The Ivy Kensington is part of a group of iconic English restaurants that gained popularity as the only restaurant Queen Elizabeth is known to frequent (the original in Soho). Gorgeous interiors and a huge outside terrace are a must. ”
25 locals recommend
Bar
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“Elongated bar with tables and banquettes featuring live piano 6 nights a week and jazz on Sundays.”
20 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“The district's commercial heart is Kensington High Street. The north east is taken up by Kensington Gardens, the Albert Memorial, the Serpentine Gallery and Speke's monument. South Kensington is home to Imperial College London, the Royal College of Music and the Royal Albert Hall. The area is also home to many European embassies.”
15 locals recommend
Doctor's Office
“pharmacy offering huge selection of medication, grooming needs and make-up. ”
9 locals recommend
Establishment
“Short bus ride to a street with many high end shops and restaurants including "Whole foods". And a short hop to Harrods.”
11 locals recommend
Gym
5 locals recommend
Gym
“A beautiful spa gym with great classes. You may run into Adam Levine, or Rene Zelleweger while you are running on a machine. Great smoothie and breakfast bar. ”
2 locals recommend
Bus Stop
“Numerous bus routes to Central and North and North East and South West London (Routes 9, 10, 328, 27, 28, 49 and C1. Also, London Underground Circle and District Lines to Central, East and South West London.”
53 locals recommend
Department Store
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“Everything is here. Nice upmarket supermarket downstairs and 3 floors of clothing and home items. :) Closes at 9pm except Sundays at 6pm. ”
2 locals recommend
Establishment
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“These are seriously grown-up cocktails for a discerning crowd. Set in a decadent art deco-style venue on Kensington High Street, Kensington Pavilion’s cocktail bar serves an array of traditional and classic cocktails, focused on modern variations with locally-sourced ingredients. Among the old-fashioned sours, Champagne Bellinis and espresso martinis, you’ll find intriguing choices like the Buttered Julep: a mix of brown-buttered bourbon, mint, sage and bitter.”
5 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Newly opened Japanese cultural centre with a food shop, gallery and special demonstrations of Japanese food and culture”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“For a special lunch or dinner, this restaurant is at the top of a building on Kensington High Street - not cheap but well worth a visit for a special occasion.”
3 locals recommend
English Restaurant
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“Fantastic breakfast, brunch place. Reasonable prices. They also have good lunch and dinner. Ask for a table in the back so you won't notice that it actually is in the station.”
2 locals recommend
Department Store
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“Excellent food hall with deli counters for a variety of freshly cooked International cuisine to take away”
2 locals recommend
Café
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“Elegant Italian chain with a menu of mains, traditional dishes, salads and baked items.”
5 locals recommend