Just how many high-class restaurants in the West End called the Pall Mall were there? And what became of them?
For almost two hundred years the Lord Mayor of London had his own Banqueting House - but it wasn't in the City of London.
Can I find anything interesting about a 70-yard road which on the face of it has severely limited blog post potential? Read on to find out ...
A small courtyard just north of Ely Place in Holborn seems to have collected more than its fair share of fascinating myths and legends.
The everyday story of the last surviving Thameside warehouse in the Square Mile, featuring tea, Frankenstein, arson, frost fairs, John the pony and Timothy West.
Mainly through newspaper reports of the time, I tell the story of a vast canteen for the poor, born of philanthropic zeal at the turn of the 20th century.
Inquire within upon all, or at least some, things that link London and chocolate. From Samuel Pepys drinking the stuff to settle his stomach, to modern artisan chocolatiers and daring restaurants.
It's time to celebrate some long gone but legendary London restaurants