Londres : 6 reports
Report Eating on the street does not always mean eating on the go. Some countries have made street food a genuine culinary art as evidenced by destinations such as Bangkok and Singapore, where some stalls have even received a star in the MICHELIN guide. Here is a quick overview of the thousand and one street flavours across the globe.
Report If you plan to visit the British Museum, you must pay a call to the magnificent Victorian store of James Smith & Sons, on the corner of New Oxford Street and Bloomsbury Street. Unchanged for 187 years, this shop sells timelessly classical umbrellas – the perfect British fashion accessory.
Report Savile Row gets its name from Lady Dorothy Savile, the Countess of Burlington, who died in 1758. It’s a small street located in Mayfair, behind the Royal Academy of Arts, made famous worldwide for its men’s tailor shops.
Report The traditional fillet of fish fried in batter or rolled in breadcrumbs and served with chips probably started in London around 1860. This British fast-food favourite that is as emblematic of the UK as the double-decker bus and the red telephone box and now even has Michelin starred chefs falling for it!
Report Referred to as tabernae under the Roman Empire, then as ale house in the Middle Ages, the pub is an integral part of English history. To get a feel for this British institution, head to London and these three typical places: The Cat and Mutton, The Morgan Arms and The Drapers Arms.
Report Fat Duck returns to the MICHELIN guide Great Britain & Ireland 2017 with three stars… A total of 20 new MICHELIN Stars revealed !