London by Roberto Badin



Start the day with breakfast at Café Cecilia in Hackney. We order Guinness bread, boiled eggs and coolea or kippers with parsley, capers and toast, whilst swooning over the team’s impeccable Simone Rocha uniforms.

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Café Cecilia, Hackney



Stop by Artwords Bookshop for the latest books and magazines, and Donlon Books to discover an incredible selection of esoteric books, independent publications zines across art and photography. Both are on Broadway Market, a stone's throw away from Café Cecilia.

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Donlon Books, Broadway Market, Hackney



A shopping pit stop at Goodhood, an independent fashion store with a great selection of fashion and lifestyle brands. Visit Labour & Wait for timeless, functional products for daily life.

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Labour & Wait, Shoreditch



Recharge in the beautiful setting of Rochelle Canteen’s garden for lunch. A restaurant nestled in an old school on Arnold Circus, in East London. The menu, inspired by British classics, changes daily and only uses the very best seasonal ingredients.

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Rochelle Canteen, Old Street



Visit the latest exhibition at Hayward Gallery, When Forms Come Alive. A contemporary sculpture exhibition exploring the concept of movement. With works by Franz West and Michel Blazy, it’s an absolute feast and delight for the senses and the soul.

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Hayward Gallery, Southbank



Take in the views from the Thames and the quintessential British brutalist architecture of the Southbank Center. Cross the river and if you are craving some more classical art, stop by the Sir John Soane Museum, an eccentric 19th century collector’s home, packed with classical sculptures, paintings and curiosities.

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Sir John Soane Museum, Holborn



Wind down with pre-dinner drinks at the John Snow in Soho. No frills, excellent pints of lager and crisps.

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John Snow pub, Soho



Settle in for dinner at Mountain, a newly opened restaurant by Tomos Parry (the chef behind another favorite, Brat). Make sure you save room for dessert, as they are truly excellent.

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Mountain, Soho



A final stop at Ronnie Scott’s, Soho’s infamous jazz club, for a night cap before jumping into a black cab and turning in for the night.

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Ronnie Scott's, Soho