Where to eat out in London and how to find new places to eat
London is such an amazing city, with so many different cuisines available all in one place. But where do you find new places to eat? With so much choice it’s hard to know where to go. Finding new restaurants can be simple though using a website such as Squaremeal. Taking the stress out of choosing your next meal this website makes finding a new place to eat in London an absolute breeze! And they don’t just cover restaurants and eateries. They also cover venues and just about everything you need for a big event.
I love the idea of this website and that it makes finding new places to visit so simple to do. London is such a big place and if you didn’t grow up there like myself then finding a nice place can feel a little overwhelming. I know how it feels to be in a place you’re not really familiar with and have no idea where is the best place to go.
The website offers a really simple search function using either your location or the name or type of the particular venue you are looking for. This would be so handy to have on your phone ready to go when you are in a particular location that you’re not familiar with. You could simply pop in your location and find a suitable place nearby.
There is also an option to browse various places. This option would be great for when you are planning a trip or an event in advance. You could use this tool to discover some awesome places and make your plans fit around that particular location instead. They have some great posts on all the latest and greatest places to visit in London.
My experiences of London
I love London, it’s such a big city with so many diverse cultures that I find it just so amazing. Eating out in London is never boring and something I always look forward to. I especially love Chinese and Indian cuisines but equally Thai and the other amazing flavours and foods that I can find.
I love everything about eating in London from the hand held snacks and lunches to the sit down restaurants and even the takeaways. I’m not from London myself, in fact I grew up in a very rural area in the middle of absolutely no where. We didn’t have much around us growing up and although I enjoyed my childhood, I missed the hustle and bustle of city life. Now as I have gotten older I appreciate the quietness and stillness of the countryside but I also like to mix it up by visiting cities for weekends away.
My city weekends away with my other half feel so invigorating, I love to feel part of something bigger if that makes any sense? Although actually living in London wouldn’t be for us, we still love to visit the place regularly.
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