Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

London

London Eye
The London Eye only had planning permission for five years but since its opening in 1999 it has become England's most popular paid tourist attraction - and has been allowed to remain.
The Mandeville Hotel
Shopaholics and business travellers alike find this ideally located equally functional and attractive.
Old Spitalfields Market
Just five minutes from Liverpool Street tube, Old Spitalfields Market is a breath of artsy air in the suited and booted white-collar district.
Stag Lodge Stables
Giddy up! For those who think four legs really are better than two, Stag Lodge Stables has riding and hacking sussed. Just ask Madonna, who rented out the entire thing. Why? Because she can.
Viet Grill
A smartly refurbished option on this renowned stretch, this Vietnamese experience is superior.
Tokyo Diner
This dining room is simply furnished and offers a dependable array of Japanese dishes.
The Garrison
The Garrison is typical of a contemporary interior, some local craft beers on tap and some really excellent bar snacks, what could be better?
Ranoush Juice
Ranoush Juice's meaty salad-packed garlic yoghurt-smothered kebabs. Sorry, where were we?
Maroush I
Luscious late-night Lebanese is served with a smile at the flagship Maroush.
Lucky 7
Trendy Lucky 7 is an American diner transported to the heart of Notting Hill
Westfield London
Aida
The young and fun ones flock to Aida to hang out (and be seen hanging out).

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