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Mel Bonnanza

Posted by PROPRY Ltd. on July 4, 2017
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My Tips for London


Cupcake and Macaron Tour of London
Longing to satisfy constant cravings for all things sweet? Then the Cupcake and Macaron Tour of London is the perfect fit. It takes place in the Covent Garden, Soho and Mayfair vicinity, covering favorite dessert spots like Ladurée for famous macarons, Hummingbird Bakery for great cupcakes and, of course, and Fortnum & Mason’s irresistible dessert display. It’s a dessert-lover’s paradise inclusive of seven on-the-go food tastings over two and a half hours, and a great way to spend the weekend.


East End Food Tour
Probably one of the most popular walking tours in London, Eating London Tours offers stellar food tours through East London. Experience the history of the area and discover more about its Jewish, Bangladeshi, and French cultural influences. Each three and a half-hour tour covers a total of eight different authentic tastings, including treats like famous salt beef bagels, fish and chips, and Indian curries. There will be loads of street art to admire along the way too, so you won’t just be feasting on food, you’ll be feasting your eyes as well.


The Urban Carnivore Tour
Calling all meat-lovers – The Urban Carnivore Tour is one fit for a beast. With five meaty tastings in over three hours, you’ll be stuffed to the brim but oh-so-satisfied. Hear tales of history and weird facts about the area while feasting (and even picnicking) through food from the well-known, the tucked-away, and the unusual in the East End. Some great wings, superb sliders, and amazing ten-hour slow roast pork are enough to make any day.


Chocolate Ecstasy Tours
Chocolate Ecstasy Tours – the name alone is enough to make your mouth water. Fancy something a little more special than buy-off-the-shelf chocolates in supermarkets? These chocolate tours offer unique chocolatey experiences in the Mayfair and Chelsea areas. Sample unusual flavours like rosemary and olive oil ganache and corn kernel praline. This is the tour, as the organizers say, ‘to expand your chocolate horizons.’ The Chelsea Tour is superb for lovers of dark chocolate, and the Mayfair Tour is great for lovers of milk chocolate (though both tours include a good portion of both).

Mel Bonnanza is a Traveler/Renter and a great contributor of publications on experiences and destinations.

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