Typically British foods and experiences.

Typically British Foods


Fortnum and Mason store in London near Green Park.

Fortnum and Mason

Quintessentially English, a favourite of the Royals and one of the most famous and oldest stores in London. Fortnum and Mason are renowned purveyors of fine foods, hampers, teas and wine. With its fantastic interiors, even if you are not a foodie Fortnum's is a must-see store and an excellent place to buy beautifully wrapped gifts for all the family.

The Guinea Grill in Mayfair

The Guinea Grill

The Guinea restaurant and private dining room is housed in one of London’s oldest pubs. Established in 1423 The Guinea is a traditional English pub in the heart of Mayfair. Known to serve some of the best steak in London, with fresh fish and seafood, English lamb and their famous pies, it is a great place to eat for a truly British experience.

Sea Shell of Lisson Grove, fish and chips in London

Sea Shell of Lisson Grove

You can't get more British than fish and chips. The Sea Shell has gained a great reputation with stars and celebrities alike and is located close to some of London's most famous landmarks including Madame Tussauds, The Planetarium, Lords Cricket Ground, Abbey Road and Regents Park Zoo.