A traveller’s food guide for London

There are many reasons why people are so attracted to this city; for it is bursting with culture, opportunities and thrilling experiences, which is what makes the bustling and lively atmosphere of London.

It is a capital that has a passionate love for food and takes every chance it can to evolve and become a place that can provide for all kinds of foodies. So, if you’re planning on taking a trip to London, here are the places to visit for incredible food.

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Brick Lane    Photographer: http://www.Flickr.com/creative commons/Louis du Mont

Brick Lane, East London

When taking a stroll through Brick Lane, you will be spoilt for choice as this area in the east is famously known for Asian and Middle Eastern flavours, making it the ideal location to tingle your taste buds with real authentic cuisines.

There are always food markets and festivals occurring, which is a great opportunity to try new delicacies that could just become your favourite. If you’re in the mood to spice things up, then you’re in luck as Brick Lane is known to have some of the best curry houses, such as Brick Lane Brasserie.

However, it has always been trending in the modern food culture too. It is where the idea of a 24-hour bakery that sells traditional Jewish-style bagels was brought to life (Beigel Bake), a street that has hip bars with gourmet BBQ stands that never leaves those clubbers hungry, and a first ever international cereal cafe was born.

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Camden    www.Flickr.com/creative commons/Dun.can

Camden, North west London

Camden is a place that is heaving with tourists, a musical crowd and the love for street food. There are countless different cuisines in the street food markets that it’ll be hard to not find what you’re craving. From Dutch pancakes to a Brazilian BBQ, it has a wide range of food for any appetite.

Every turn you’ll take in the busy streets of Camden, there is always something new to discover. There are some hidden gems that have a little twist in their culinary dining. Ever tried ice cream frozen by liquid nitrogen? Or why not try re-invented classic American meals like a chilli beef hot dog?

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Covent Garden      Photographer: http://www.Flickr.com/creative commons/Nathan O’Nions

Covent Garden, West End of London

The cool and chic Covent Garden is a huge attraction for all kinds of traveller’s, as it still has maintained its iconic image throughout the years. There are still ongoing live entertainers surrounded by crowds on the square, and the piazza is still standing strong with the very same markets and shops filled with locals going by on their daily routines.

Covent Garden is known for its adoration for the contemporary French cuisine, making it a popular spot for dates. If you’re in the mood for fine dining in a quixotic atmosphere, then make reservations at the most romantic restaurant in the world. Once you step into Clos Maggiore you will feel purely infatuated by the captivating setting and it will bring true elegance and sophistication to your evening.

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