London’s Hottest Spots ; Featuring Metrogypsie

I am very excited to bring you the second part series of the most photographed and instagrammable hot spots in London.

Just in case you missed the first series I shot with London based fashion enthusiast and blogger metrogypsie, worry not as i bring to you some very hot spots in London town that are a must see with the richest ambiance, yummiest menus and all-around best locations for tourists.

Although it was a rainy day, we still had so much fun and made sure to visit as many places as we could, just to make you guys happy, so here it goes.

First stop was Church Hill Arms which is a public-house at 119 Kensington Church Street on the corner with Campden street, Notting Hill, London. There has been a pub on the site since at least the late nineteenth century. The Churchill Arms received its current name after the Second World War. It is known for its exuberant floral displays, and extravagant Christmas displays in the winter and has been described as London’s most colorful pub.

Second stop was the gorgeous cafe DRUNCH an all-day dining Restaurant and Lounge minutes from Bond Street Station, serving Brunch as well as a range of Signature Juices and Homemade teas. The floral decoration is one that’s so gorgeous and will have you spending the whole day snapping awmayreemetroay. This place is highly recommended for all creatives and non creatives alike, it has such a cool, calm and cozy ambience.

The third spot is Dalloway Terrace, a perfect spot for your autumn day fix. Decorated with leaves draped across the restaurant, housed with a generous supply of tea, and organized with a cozy arrangement of seating, it offered an intimate place to catch up with friends over lunch on a wet autumn day. it is located great Russell street, same building with Bloomsbury, closest station will be Tottenham court road.

The fourth spot was a private, members only club called Annabele’s. We were not allowed to go in as it is a member only club but we hear it has earned a global reputation founded on superb service, exclusive ambiance, first-class cuisine, and unparalleled entertainment. The cars we saw outside gave us an idea of the caliber of people there. talk about the very good life of the rich and very private. The club is located in Berkeley square, mayfair, London.

The last spot we visited which is a must see as a tourist or creative in London, is none other than the super gorgeous, beautiful, breathtaking Saint Aymes, located at Connaught Street, London, just a walking distance from marble arch train station. The cafe is so beautifully decorated with lots of floral installations from the entrance of the cafe all the way to the basement. it gives you the feeling like you were in wonderland and you were getting married. oh so dreamy!!

I hope you love these selected London hot spots. Make sure to visit and thank us later.

Be sure to see videos and guide from at metropgypsie HERE

Make sure to follow us on social media and share your experiences when you visit any of these places.

For more photos from the first series of our London crawl, see them HERE for photos on Instagram use the hashtag #mayreemetro

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