The fashion world descends upon London's Soho district this week, as London Fashion Week makes Berwick Street its new home. But the area is famous for more than fashion, here are the places to drink, dine and stay while you're in the capital's entertainment district
One of my favourites is the Montcalm Hotel near Marble Arch. This week, The Shard launched its much-anticipated Sky-High Tea Experience, allowing guests to enjoy afternoon tea on its open-air sky deck towering nearly 1,000 feet above London. But if you prefer your afternoon tea a little more traditional—or something else entirely—the city offers endless permutations of the centuries-old tradition.
Mini Parma ham vegetable tarts are wrapped with ham rather than the usual pastry and make tasty little snacks or party nibbles to share. These tarts are naturally gluten free, so it means everyone can enjoy them - plus, they make a change from traditional tartlets that are quick and easy to make.