Best French Bakery in Nine Elms

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Best French Bakery in Nine Elms

London Transport Museum
London Transport Museum
4.4 (6769 ratings)4 (2379 ratings)
History of London transport from horse power onwards, with loads of contraptions to clamber aboard.
Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7BB, United Kingdom
MuseumCafeCharityEvent venueGift shopHeritage museumHeritage preservationRail museumTechnology museumChildren's MuseumsHistory MuseumsSpecialty Museums
Sky Garden
Sky Garden
4.7 (36292 ratings)4.5 (12265 ratings)
Known as the walkie talkie due to its unique shape, this skyscraper features a top-floor restaurant.
1 SKY GARDEN WALK, London, EC3M 8AF, United Kingdom
Scenic spotSights & LandmarksBarCafeGardenRestaurantObservation Decks & Towers
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
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"The ferns, fig trees and purple African lilies that clamber up the final three storeys of the 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper are mere wallflowers at this 155m-high rooftop garden – it's the rather extraordinary 360-degree views of London (the best in the City) that make this vast, airport-terminal-like space so popular (advance booking recommended). Located on the 35th floor of 20 Fenchurch St, the Sky Garden has front-row seats for the Shard and vistas that gallop for miles east and west."
Mentioned by Country and Town House
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"Located on floor 36 of the iconic Walkie Talkie, the views from the Darwin Brasserie are pretty striking. Although Fenchurch Restaurant – one of Sky Garden’s other offerings – is higher, the Darwin Brasserie has better views thanks to its position further back from the Sky Garden’s atrium roof. A good option if you want to enjoy the sights without the flocks of camera totting tourists."
Mentioned by TripSavvy
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"Sky Garden is on top of one of the skyscrapers found in London. You can visit levels 35 through 37 of the "Walkie Talkie" for free—just make sure to book a ticket in advance."
Churchill War Rooms
Churchill War Rooms
4.6 (9106 ratings)4.5 (20311 ratings)
Secret underground headquarters where Prime Minister Winston Churchill lived and worked during WWII.
Clive Steps, King Charles St, London SW1A 2AQ, United Kingdom
Sights & LandmarksCafeHistory museumHistoric SitesMilitary Museums
Chin Chin Dessert Club (Chin Chin Ice Cream)
Chin Chin Dessert Club (Chin Chin Ice Cream)
4.2 (485 ratings)
Tiny, minimalist chain outlet offering extensive ice cream flavours & toppings, plus hot chocolate.
54 Greek St, London, W1D 3DS, United Kingdom
Ice cream shopCafeCake shopCoffee shop
Mentioned by Time Out London
I'm an ice cream snob but even I rate these London cones
"Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Soho. Those nitro-fuelled experimentalists at Chin Chin are the Willy Wonkas of the ice-cream world, and this Soho shop is an ostentatious showcase for their wares. Not only their signature ices (anyone for halva black tahini?), but also full-on desserts – there’s some seriously elaborate stuff going on here amid all the bells and whistles."
Mentioned by MyLondon
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"Address: 49-50 Camden Lock, Camden Town, London NW1 8AF and 54 Greek Street, London W1D 3DS. Whether you're a science buff or not, you have to head here just for the experience - you get to watch as your dessert is frozen to order using liquid nitrogen. Toppings and sauces are kept in beakers to complete the science lab vibe, and flavours are outlandish - think pandan leaf and black sesame cake."
Cutter & Squidge
Cutter & Squidge
4.2 (796 ratings)
Modern, light-filled bakery with high stools, for pastries and baked goods, plus celebration cakes.
20 Brewer St, London, W1F 0SJ, United Kingdom
Mentioned by
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"This sister-owned Soho bakery looks sweet, but isn't saccahrine. Using no more sugar and fat than they need, their inventive and joyfully decorated offerings are delicately, carefully flavoured. Cutter & Squidge’s Dream Cakes make for jaw dropping centrepieces for your big celebration, or can also be enjoyed by the slice in house – the Lychee Kiss is an elegant flavour trio of lychee, raspberry and rose."
Mentioned by London Revealed
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"Nestled in the heart of Soho lives Cutter & Squidge, artisan cake makers who specialise in extravagance and wonder. Serving up slices of uniquely flavoured and decorated cakes along with their signature Biskie - a mix of cake, biscuit and cookie topped with marshmallow, buttercream and other goodies - it’s a one-of-a-kind shop in London. And it’s not just for the dairy eaters and gluten-friendly."
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"Fun shop, fun website, inventive creations – two sisters established this Soho mecca and are always a step ahead of foodie trends. The sisters explain, “We are a bit health conscious and are not fans of overly fatty or sugar laden foods, so we always keep our fat and sugar content to “just as much as needed to make something delicious”."
Kanenas Coffee
Kanenas Coffee
4.9 (185 ratings)
65 The Grove, London, W5 5LL, United Kingdom
Coffee storeBakeryBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCafeGreek restaurant
Pavilion Bakery Columbia Road
Pavilion Bakery Columbia Road
4.2 (104 ratings)
The Old Storehouse, 130 Columbia Rd, London E2 7RG, United Kingdom
The Old Post Office Bakery
The Old Post Office Bakery
4.7 (206 ratings)
Compact, artisan bakery offering a range of organic breads, pastries and savoury goods.
76 Landor Rd, London, SW9 9PH, United Kingdom
Amber Restaurant
Amber Restaurant
4.7 (846 ratings)
Modern restaurant & bar serving Mediterranean cuisine all day including bottomless weekend brunch.
21 Piazza Walk, London, E1 8QH, United Kingdom
Middle Eastern restaurantBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCafeCocktail barMediterranean restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by TravelAwaits
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"Bright and airy, and where the Mediterranean meets London, Amber is what modern London is all about. The menu includes Greek feta cheese, shakshuka, grilled Jerusalem pita bread, Turkish coffee, and Kandula tea. You can order a fry-up here, but it won’t be your traditional English breakfast — this one is more likely to include Spanish sausages and halloumi cheese."
Mae + Harvey
Mae + Harvey
4.7 (313 ratings)
414 Roman Rd, Old Ford, London, E3 5LU, United Kingdom
CafeCoffee shop

Best Nature and Parks (RV, National, Dog, etc) in Nine Elms

Waterlow Park
Waterlow Park
4.7 (1781 ratings)4.5 (35 ratings)
Tranquil, 12-hectare garden for walks & picnics, featuring city views, ponds & mature trees.
Highgate Hill, London, N6 5HD, United Kingdom
ParkNature & Parks
Mentioned by London On The Inside
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"Waterlow Park makes for a great alternative to Hampstead Heath and is still a bit of a hidden gem thanks to its more famous neighbour. As well as three ponds, the lawns are all well maintained and Lauderdale House on the edge of the park is worth a look too. Plus it’s near to Highgate Cemetery, which houses Karl Marx, Douglas Adams and more."
Mentioned by CN Traveller
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"It’s not just the height of Highgate Hill that makes you look down your nose at the rest of London. The air tastes sweeter up here, the trees are leafier, and everything is a bit less, well, Londony. And Highgate’s loveliest spot?"
Loseley Park
Loseley Park
4.5 (543 ratings)4.5 (222 ratings)
House and grounds with guided tours, period furnishings, a chapel, a gift shop and a tea room.
Guildford, GU3 1HS, United Kingdom
Historical landmarkNature & ParksConference centerGardenGift shopParkTea houseWedding venueHistoric Sites
Weald Country Park
Weald Country Park
4.7 (1396 ratings)4.5 (259 ratings)
Historic 500-acre park with a visitor centre, cafe & paths, plus fallow deer & a shop selling feed.
Weald Rd, Brentwood, CM14 5QS, United Kingdom
Country parkNature & ParksParks

Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Nine Elms

Windsor Royal Station
Windsor Royal Station
4.4 (438 ratings)4 (128 ratings)
A variety of shops & cafes compose this elegant shopping arcade in an 1850s rail station.
Arch 5 Goswell Hill, Windsor, SL4 1RH, United Kingdom
Shopping mallSights & LandmarksPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by Montcalm London Marble Arch
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"For a relatively small town, Windsor has a wide range of shops, including department stores, high street outlets, specialist fashion shops and local independents. There are plenty of retail stores catering for tourists, offering souvenirs and other memorabilia. The main shopping areas are Peascod Street, the High Street and Thames Street, along with Windsor Royal Station and Eton High Street, where the upmarket, fashionable stores can be found."
Mentioned by VisitBritain
9 royally awesome things to do in Windsor
"Whether you’re looking for local crafts or designer duds, you’re bound to find something that strikes your fancy at this quirky shopping arcade located opposite Windsor castle. Housed in a fromer Victorian Railway Station, architecture lovers will get a kick out of spotting the building’s original remaining features including Jubilee arch, the cobbled stones, and Queen Victoria's Royal Waiting Room."
Carnaby St
Carnaby St
4.7 (98 ratings)4 (1361 ratings)
Hip pedestrian West End street dating back to the 1600s lined with global & one-off fashion brands.
Soho, London, UK
Notable streetSights & LandmarksNeighborhoodsPoints of Interest & Landmarks
Mentioned by London 4 days itinerary
The Best 4 Day London Itinerary For First Time Visitors
"After taking some traditional touristy selfies at Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, do the 2-minute walk over to the fantastically funky Carnaby Street!. This artsy and eclectic street shines the spotlight on independent artisans, local vendors, and the true out of the ordinary and is a must-see on your 4 day London itinerary. Be sure while you’re here to stop into Choccywoccydoodah – one of the coolest chocolate shops in London!. Check out the wedding cake alternatives, the huge eggs, and many other items ready to be devoured by even the shyest of chocolate enthusiasts."
Discover Children's Story Centre
Discover Children's Story Centre
4.4 (1047 ratings)4 (98 ratings)
Venue conceived as an interactive story trail, with an outdoor story garden including a spacecraft.
383-387 High St, London, E15 4QZ, United Kingdom
Children's museumMuseumsChildrens book storeIndoor playgroundPlaygroundSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by
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"Toddlers can let their imaginations run wild at the UK’s first Story Centre. A day pass includes entry to the Story World and Story Garden where you see tales like The Gruffalo brought to life by Story Builders. There are also storytelling sessions and family exhibitions which you can book onto."

Top, Best & Fun Rooftop Bars in Nine Elms

Rotunda Bar and Restaurant
Rotunda Bar and Restaurant
4 (570 ratings)
Laid-back bar with classic British menu using meat from its own farm, plus terrace with deckchairs.
90 York Way, London, N1 9AG, United Kingdom
Modern British restaurantBarRestaurant
Mentioned by DesignMyNight
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"A hidden gem located just a short walk away from Kings Cross, Rotunda is known for its epic summer BBQs and heated cocktails come winter. With a strong gate to plate ethos, the produce here is as fresh as it comes, and with canalside tables - the views aren't too shabby either."
The Greene Oak
The Greene Oak
4.5 (466 ratings)
Country gastropub with ceiling beams and flagstone floors, contemporary decor and a garden terrace.
Oakley Green, Windsor, SL4 5UW, United Kingdom
The Prince
The Prince
4.1 (1199 ratings)
Group of 4 restaurants with garden seating, serving comfort food, Italian dishes, pizza & burgers.
14 Lillie Rd, London, SW6 1TT, United Kingdom
PubBarFood court
Mentioned by Time Out London
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"Restaurants Food court West Brompton. The Prince is a big ol’ comfy corner boozer in West Brompton. Well, maybe that’s understating things: it’s actually the old Prince of Wales pub, plus four interconnected townhouses and a massive ‘woodland’ garden with a retractable roof."
Mentioned by Absolutely.London
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"The Prince is a lively pub garden with an extractable roof so come rain or shine, you can sit outdoors. As well as beer and winter cocktails, The Prince’s resident food traders serve tasty street food, including burgers and sides from Filth&Co, sweet and savoury waffles from Utter Waffle, and fish and seafood specialties from Jack’s Sprat."
Mentioned by Buro247
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"Eating al fresco is resplendent in meteorological risk, so nothing makes us feel safer than the retractable roof at The Prince in West Brompton. If you enjoy watching sports fixtures, it's also a splendid place for that."

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