This street is about glitz & glamour and famous faces. Whilst Oxford Street and Baker Street are always busy, Chiltern Street provides an oasis of calmness. The Victorian Gothic architecture will impress you like nowhere else in the city.
Impressive Liquid-nitrogen-based cocktails @ Purl
South African bar with Thai cuisine @ The Bok Bar
Seating outside on a sunny day will make you feel like you are dining on the French coast @ Hardy’s
Breakfast influenced by Japan and Sweden @ The Monocle Cafe
Amazingly skinny pizzas @ Blandford’s
Cinnamon buns from Scandinavia @ Nordic Bakery
Atlas Gallery – 20th century vintage photography with 6 exhibitions per year
The Wallace Collection – one of London’s top museums with art collection from the 18th and 19th centuries by the first four Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace.
Do not miss
Celebrity spot ‘Chiltern Firehouse’ well worth the visit while you are in the area. If you would like to go for dinner, remember to book well ahead.