A day out in London’s South Kensington

Pynck recently stayed in London, and was very productive – visiting top restaurants and other must-see attractions.

Muriel’s Kitchen

The day started with breakfast at muriel’s kitchen in South Kensington where we had nutritious scrambled eggs on sourdough toast and American coffee.



It is right beside South Kensington tube station – perfect for those who want quick getaway from the city bustle. You can find out more about this amazing restaurant including location and menu at www.murielskitchen.co.uk.

Victoria & Albert Museum

The next destination was the globally-known Victoria and Albert Museum and the science museum. Also of note is the Brompton Oratory where the music and singing is uplifting.

At the moment in the Victoria and Albert is showcasing the Ocean liners exhibition accompanied by a whole lot of forties, fifties and sixties film of the real glitz and glamour cruise era as well as snippets from the movie The Titanic. It is full of stunning pictures and artefacts from a bygone era – not to say that today’s cruises do not have the same glitz! I await to see a future exhibition in about twenty years time. If you’re in the area, you should definitely set aside some time for this attraction – find out more at www.vam.ac.uk.

Daquise Polish Restaurant

The day was perfected with a filling meal at Daquise Restaurant in South Kensington – the heart of London. The calves liver onion and mash at this Polish restaurant not to be missed. It’s an old style Polish restaurant with wonderful staff serving excellent polish cuisine. Do not forget to book a table.


Find out more, and make a reservation at daquise.co.uk.

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