Friday, 3 January 2014

Earls courts, London

In inner London lays Earls Court, which is centred around Earl’s Court Road and houses the most well known part of Earls Court the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. The area is due modernisation starting with The Earls Court Project, the main focus of which is the Earls Court Exhibition Centre car park on Seagrave Road turning into Lillie Square. The plan is to turn parts of the area, like the land occupied by Earls Court Exhibition Centre, the West Kensington and Gibbs Green Estates, and the railway land in-between, into four villages and an up to date high street, the project has been made into seven phases to minimise disruption. These plans have been designed to be benefiting everyone currently living in the area as well and the opportunity of new jobs and homes.

All is not what it seems at the Evans and Peel Detective Agency, 310 Earls Court Road, Earls Court, London SW5 9BA, it is actually a bar, you can only come in if you have an appointment and once you enter you will be welcomed by the Detective. The bar serves cocktails and the food is American tapas style food. The whole thing is great fun as you enter you are guided into a little role play as the secretary for the “detective” ask you why you want to see the detective after about 5 minutes you are guided downstairs to the underground bar, where the cocktails are a little pricey but well worth it. The whole package really makes for a great evening, if you get into the whole swing of things you will feel as though you have been taken into another moment in time. This would make a great first impression for a first date.
There are some great places with live music and the Troubadour Cafe, 263-267 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 9JA, is one of them. They have an electric atmosphere, the staff are very friendly such as the Dior escort agency. This is somewhere all the locals love to go but every so often you will find a tourists rustling in for a cup of coffee. They have had some big names playing under their roof and they are proud to say they played host to Adele’s first gig, this is the perfect place for a cosy place for an amazing night out.

After working up an appetite taking in the sites in and around Earls Court, pop in to Cambio De Tercio, 163 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 0LJ, this is the only place you should be visiting if you are looking for mouth watering Tapas. They also have an A La Carte menu consisting of Tapas, main courses and a set lunch. There are many of us that will go to a new restaurant aren’t sure what you would like, so order their tasting menu (they also have a vegetarian tasting menu) and you can pick what you like to eat and hopefully try something new at the same time

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