Six of London’s best international food shops

There’s a world of ingredients and culinary cultures to be discovered in the UK's capital, whether you’re looking for an introduction to a nation’s cuisine or revisiting the flavours of a beloved destination.

A walking tour of east London’s best public art

The capital is home to hundreds of works of public art, from vibrant murals to large-scale installations and sculptures — and many of the best are to be found in the city's eastern neighbourhoods. 
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A peek into the curious world of dogs and design at Japan House London

Architecture for Dogs — a one-of-a-kind curation of architectural designs aimed at dogs and their owners — is making its European debut at Japan House London until 10 January 2021. Dog in tow, we experience this innovative exhibition for ourselves.

How to plan a literary walking tour through north London

Admire Primrose Hill with William Blake, read Charlotte Brontë’s manuscripts and follow Mary Shelley’s love affair on a walking tour of north London’s literary history.
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Raising the bar: Erik Lorincz on London's nightlife, mixing new flavours and his edgy Mayfair bar, Kwant

Award-winning bartender and TWISPER ambassador Erik Lorincz reveals how he worked his way up the ladder until he could buy his own bar, as well as where we should all be heading out to in London.

Discover the culture and climate of the Arctic at a major new British Museum exhibition

The land of the midnight sun takes centre stage in a major new exhibition at London’s British Museum.

Six of London’s best small museums and why you should visit them now

Beyond the capital's famous museums are over 100 smaller cultural institutions, many at threat of closing due to the impact of coronavirus. From the Garden Museum to Pitzhanger Manor, here are six hidden gems to discover now.

How I got the shot: Rob Greig on capturing London’s love affair with pie ’n’ mash shops

Looking back at one of our favourite photo stories of last year, photographer Rob Greig shares behind-the-scenes tips and tricks from his shoot for National Geographic Traveller Food.

Photo story: celebrating the characters and creations of London's Chinatown

The food found in Chinatown was once largely Cantonese, but in recent years it’s diversified. Today its outlets specialise in cuisines from all across Asia; the longest queues, though, are outside the bubble tea cafes.

My life in food: Kate Nash on Colombian food, veganism and soda bread

The singer-songwriter and star of Netflix's hit show Glow discusses what she grew up eating, the Mexican food scene in Los Angeles and where's on her culinary wishlist. 

How King's Cross became London's new creative hub

We explore how the influence of local artists and conservationists saw King's Cross transform from a post-industrial wasteland to London's new creative hub.

How to spend the day in King's Cross

Discover the best things to do in London's King's Cross, including where to eat, what to do and places to relax.

Moon landings: celebrating the Apollo II anniversary in 2019

20 July marks 50 years since the first Moon landing, and celebrations are underway on both sides of the Atlantic.

Photo story: the London tradition of pie 'n' mash

There can be few institutions more synonymous with the East End of London than pie ’n’ mash shops.

London calling

With London home to more multi-millionaires than any other city, and this summer seeing the opening of a host of five-star hotels and high-profile restaurants, it’s time to skip Paris and New York: if you want to live large for the weekend, there’s no better place than London

Three chefs on veganism in London

Three Hackney-based chefs discuss ingredients, misconceptions and how plant-based cuisine is taking over the capital — starting in the east

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