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48 Hours in London with Izi Simundic

Meet Izi: Model, magazine founder of The Editorialist and travel expert.

We sat down with Izi to uncover her best kept secrets and ultimate travel guide for 48 hours in London.

STAY

  • The Ned
    The Ned is located in the thick of the financial district, which is relatively irrelevant, as once you’re inside there is no real reason to leave. A world of its own, scaling 8 stories above and 3 stories below ground. The lobby hosts a bevy of sexy slip-in bars and restaurants. In a real choose-your-adventure moment, you can slide into the evening with a v dirty martini, sit down at Cecconis’ for the a seriously good crab ravioli or make your way below-ground to the Vault Bar. …if you’re looking a little worse-for-wear because you crawled out of The Vault late, a morning spent in the hammam will save the day. (I wasn’t joking when I said you never need to leave).

 

  • The Edition
    Located in the apex of London, your finger is right on the pulse here in Soho. The atmosphere is straddled somewhere between cool yet sophisticated - likewise the crowd. and if you’re after something so quintessentially British, the in-house restaurant Berners Tavern, does a Sunday roast for the ages.

EAT

  • Monocle Marylebone
    If you’re serious about a good coffee, and the British interpretation is enough to make your jet-lagged self cry - Monocle is your HQ.

  • L’Entrecôte
    I’m sure you’re well-versed in the L’Entrecote drill - steak, frites and some-kind of secret ingredient ‘special sauce’ that should be illegal. Honestly, some days nothing else will hit-the-spot.

  • Fischer’s
    This totally unassuming Austrian diner is a long-time favourite. You can order just about anything here - from spatchcock to käsespätzle. However, I beg you to not… you’re here for one thing, and one thing only - the Weiner Schnitzel. I assure you, no-one does it better


  • Towpath
    London is a funny place, when the traffic is bad your friendship group tends to melt into a 5km radius. Picking whether to meet East or West is always a Mexican-standoff. But this is one place that’s worth the trip across town (every time).

  • La Fromagerie
    This marché holds as many job titles as a millennial - (wakes up as a a cafe, moonlights as a wine bar, also a grocer, but very serious about cheese). Truely, I could live here. The only place worth popping a Lacteeze for.

DO

  • Marylebone Farmers Market
    Open every Sunday, regardless of whether (a wise person would just assume it will be raining).

  • Daunt Books
    An original Edwardian bookstore that will woo you into spending half your day here.

  • Richmond Park
    An avid horse riders dream to find tracks only 30 minutes out-of-town. Horses aside, the park is home to hundreds of free roaming deer - quite the place to see!

  • Sunday Yum Cha
    London is flooded with seriously-good Chinese food, if you find yourself ending the week at China Tang, you will not be disappointed.

  • The Ballet
    The English National Ballet does a beautiful Swan Lake interpretation, you will be left humming Tchaikovsky all week.

  • The Royal Opera
    The architecture alone, is reason enough to visit; the four-tiered auditorium is really something else.

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