Monthly Archives: January 2013

Twelve London Restaurants In Twelve Months

Bubbledogs - a hotdog and champagne restaurant

The Delaunay, Aldwych As an outpost of The Wolsey, The Delaunay has a surprisingly mid-European influenced menu with whole sections dedicated to wieners and schnitzel. To complement the meaty European options there’s also strudel, Saltsburg soufflé, and Scheiterhaufen – a bread and fruit pudding. Wash it all down with Viennese coffee. Chef Tomasz Baranski came up with the idea that tapas and cider would be a great mix, and it turns out that it does indeed work well. There are

Britain’s Worst Roads As Driven By Our Cabs…

If you’re in a minicab from one of London’s airports Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick, Luton, or London City Airport, and the journey seems to be taking a little longer than you’d like, be thankful you’re not on one of Britain’s worst roads. These five roads, around the UK, have been proven to be statistically the worst roads in Britain to drive on. The results are measured on things like traffic flow, journey length, and road surface.   Thelwall Viaduct, Cheshire This

One Hour From London And It’s A Different World

Without a doubt, London is one of the most amazing cities in the world to visit. It’s also one of the busiest and most congested. Lucking, within an hour’s drive of London there’s seaside, castle, market towns and countryside. The British train service is infamously unreliable, runs slowly, and costs an inordinate number of pounds for the pleasure of delays and overcrowding. The solution? Taking a day out of London, in a private Amitours car, to any number of places