5 of the Best Bars and Restaurants for Celeb Spotting
Our top picks for the best restaurants for celeb spotting in London. Whether you are a stalker or just trying to avoid London's brightest stars then this is for you
Celebrities are everywhere in London. Most of us agree too much so but if you are in the X-Factor Sheep People side of society then we have a strictly one direction voice for you... as long as you aren't a Mark Chapman type and merely just interested in observing them we have info .
You can find most of them lurking around their natural environment of Soho, Mayfair and Covent Garden. Why those districts you may ask? Well those are the districts in close proximity to Theatre Land and the Royal Houses darling.
Many London restaurants have and do make their name from being hot-spots for the well to do. Even in the days of Charles Dickens people and places gained their place in society thanks to their patrons/ That doesn't necessarily make them the best restaurants in London but if you like being the least important guest in the place they could be for you.
Restaurants in London are so historic that Charles Dickens was in fact a customer of Rule's in Covent Garden.
If you enjoyed this article then you will love our London guide and London blog which have lots of interesting ideas and inspiration for the best of London. Whether you are in a Brewster's Millions situation or just bored on a Friday night with nothing more than your iPhone on vibrate mode your will find something for you.
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Last updated on 9/12/19, 2:23 AM
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