Little London Lunch Break: New Year Exploration

Little London Lunch Break posts will appear every Wednesday around lunch time. I’ll ask a questions or start a discussion, give my answer and leave the comments open for the rest of you the same when you have a minute or two. If you would like to suggest a question, please email me at

Question: Which part of London would you like to explore for the first time in the new year?

My Answer:
I think I’ll head northeast to Islington and check out Chapel Market, catch a few bands in the Union Chapel which has been recommended to me by a few people. While I’m over there, I’ll have a stroll along the New River Walk

 I’ve heard good things about the Horniman Museum near Forest Hill train station.

After walking past it so many times, I’d like to go see a film at the Electric Cinema on Portobello Road.

Shakespeare in the Park is on the list for Summer and if I can make it before closing, in January I’m going to try ice skating at the Natural History Museum.

Despite being in London for three years, I still haven’t actually been up in the London Eye. Worth it?

Also on the list are loads of delicious sounding restaurants with food from all over the world.  

And you?

2 comments on “Little London Lunch Break: New Year Exploration

  1. Happy New Year!

    I live just 5mins from the ‘bello ‘leccy cinema and have only been there twice – this year. I really recommend checking a flick there as, even though the screen’s small, it’s a nice intimate venue.
    Years ago they only used to screen indie or vintage films and it never sustained doing that which is why it closed for a while.

    I haven’t been on the London Eye either; shamefully I only sightsee here when friends out of London need a guide.

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