We were looking for a place to have dinner in Redchurch St, Shoreditch. This part of Shoreditch looks like slums and I was pretty skeptical about success entire endeavor suddenly in the window I saw the familiar cover of Martin Morales’s book Ceviche. It was a sign and and that’s how we landed in Andina which proved to be a wonderful culinary experience. All dishes are served like tapas, small portions that build excitement and curiosity with each new dish. Grilled octopus, some Peruvian variety of polenta, ceviche and marinated lamb were among my favorites.
The best business hotel I’ve ever stayed in London, stylish, modern, funky, very friendly stuff. Super convenient in terms of Internet connectivity. Central location and proximity to Borough Market are two more important advantages. Everything is thought thorough to smallest details to brighten the day.
Golden Hinde II is the replica of Sir Francis Drake’s ship.
Mud Soldier is the sculpture devoted to soldiers dying in mud of trenches in the World War I and placed in front of the National Gallery.