FreudCocktail • London, United Kingdom
Bloody Marys like no other. Spice it up.
Likes words, good coffee & great conversations. A blogging brand marketing geek learning how to fly away home.
Nibble on the Parmesan & honey - you'll wonder why you never had before...
Reindeer steak, ordered rare is to die for. Fish soup another goody. Washed down with a small Mack.
Tasty norwegian food, roaring fire and local charm at Rorbua.
Eating out & drinking is pricey - even by London standards. Stock up on duty free before leaving the airport & raid the hotel breakfast bar to keep you fed until dins.
Walk around the Christmas house in the basement, snap your Christmas card photo & post your wish to Santa before Christmas Eve
A ham & cheese croissant sorts out any gloomy morning.
The '30 minute' service can take an hour or more. Double check your wait time before placing your order.
The diner is great value for proper Americana foodies. Waffle it up with eggs & bacon for brunch and indulge in a Captain Joe shake.
Make sure you pick up a grow-your-own chilli pack on your way out!
Great product knowledge and customer service from Aussie John.
Go for the combo - all choices of mains delish with great little extras thrown in.
Kurdish eggs are the best brunch in Balham. Make sure you save a wedge of bread 'til the end to mop up tasty juices.
Turn right instead of left and the food selection will be greater (fewer people that end)
If you're peckish, order in a couple of mixed platters. Lush.
If you are alighting on platform 2 but departing over the bridge, remember to oyster tap out - you'll need to drop down onto platform 1 to do it (bizarrely)
You should start with a portion of Pierogi - delish Polish dumplings. But portions are substantial so you might want to share
For UK visitors, H&M, Zara & Mango all cheaper than back home so worth a trip!
Bring a swimsuit for the sauna & pool - or gym kit if you're a fitness fanatic (evening fitness classes too)