Yugo Tham: "Foodies' heaven! Come on Thursday with less crowd. Get a coffee at Monmouth, then Richard Haward's oysters as starter, and choice of a good wrap from Fish! or Chorito. And sample the CHEESE and olives"
Ben Engen: "Possibly my favorite place in London. Amazing setting, excellent cocktails and just killer live music every night. Perfect place for some relaxed listening to classic covers of all stripes."
Mypat Bobo: "This place is my favourite place in London. Sure you will have an unforgettable dinner here. My only recommendation is to try something new in each visit, because every other plate is an artwork."
The Telegraph: "The Ignite brunch at the Royal Albert Hall may not be the most culinary impressive, but the setting and live entertainment make it special. Each session includes performances from talented musicians."
Finding Our Feet Blog: "Fantastic place to bring the family. Two playgrounds, two cafes, duck pond & boating pond. Rent boats from £10/30mins (West lake). Great way to spend a day. 10-15mins walk from Mile End tube station."
Paul Davies: "At the east end of the park by Cadagoen Terrace there are some pedestrian stone alcoves from the parapets of the old London Bridge; the one with all the buildings on. Very chilled place to sit."
Noel Clarke: "One of the most beautiful and undiscovered parks in London. I've been coming here since i was a child, as i grew up near. Wild peacocks, Japanese gardens, sports field, playground and more. Love it!"
TLOV: "If you need much-deserved break from chaos, get lost here. It's absolutely beautiful. Filled w/wild and human life but it's so serene. There's a Japanese garden, large-scale art, preschool, cafe, etc"