Norbury Crescent Hotel

49 Norbury Crescent, London, SW16 4JS, United Kingdom
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"Hix" is booked, so where should we go?

by dldkag

I was hoping to book a table for 2 (myself and a friend/business associate) at the "Hix" Soho restaurant for next Wednesday, but all the good evening times were booked. Does anyone have any comparable alternative suggestions? The place doesn't need to be high-end; just a lively, good dining establishment anywhere within the Theatreland/Soho area. A combination of great food and decent beer options would be a plus. Thanks for your valuable input.


Re: "Hix" is booked, so where should we go?

by puerto_lover

Il Cucciola is always good for basic Italian. But if you want something really different try the pre theatre menu at Veeraswamys washed down by Kingfisher. Just a thought.

Re: "Hix" is booked, so where should we go?


Hi Dave
You may want to try Va Bene for decent Italian food, nice atmosphere, and reasonable priced. Just a little further down Brewer Street from Hix.

Va Bene
46 Brewer Street
t. +44 207 437 8516
f. +44 207 287 4759


Re: "Hix" is booked, so where should we go?

by jo104

I have opted several times to go to sarastro which serves mediterranean food & has its tag as the show after the show. The restaurant is designed in a theatre style with booths and boxes lots of opulent fabrics and on sundays they sing opera. I've never had a bad dining experience here it is close to Covent Garden, Drury Lane.

Travel Tips for London

A Childhood Game Come To Life

by deecat

The photograph of my daughter Jill on London Bridge brings back great memories of my visit to London.

As a child, one of my favorite games was to play "London Bridges Falling Down", and learning the history of this bridge certainly explains that childhood rhyme.

We ambled out onto London Bridge for a view of activities on the River Thames. The first bridge on this approximate site was made of wood by the Romans, and it has been rebuilt many times after it frequently fell down.

A stone bridge was finally built in the 12th century but was replaced by another stone bridge whose piers blocked the flow of water so much that it often froze over in winter. Until the 1800s, it remained the only bridge across the river. So, finally, in the early 19th century, they built another bridge. Of course, it turned out to be too small also.

Thus, in 1970, the London Bridge was dismantled, its stones were numbered, and the stones were sold for one million pounds to Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where they re-erected it over a small lake.

Most of the bridge now lies in a disused quarry in Dorset, in the west of England! When the people who purchased it saw it reassembled, they were disappointed. They thought that they were purchasing the much more beautiful Tower Bridge!

In 1972, the new London Bridge was completed. Today, the Corporation of the City of London owns it. Finally, the London Bridge is wide, safe, and graceful; hopefully, its shakey history is over and the only "London Bridges Falling Down" are those played by small children. I remember the day I took this photo of Jill; we had such fun exploring this historic city. Since she lived there, it was great for me to have my own private tour guide!



by Travelchili

If you like theater, you will go crazy in London. There are so many different shows that it is awfully difficult to choose and you always feel that you wanted to see more!! If you want to get good seats, you should book in advance, although many shows still have available seats a few days before, too (but not very good seats).

Walking from Covent Garden to China Town

by Galahad

Look around Covent Garden and the walk from there up the narrow streets through to China Town. There is always some busking going on, generally 4 or 5 different activities in different corners of the squares and piazzas. The streets have lots of specialist shops and places to eat. Going to a West End theatre to see 'The Lion King' and then listening to a string quartet busking in one of the Covent Garden courtyards. There used to be a photo of this on Krystynn's London page.


by djbiskit

This is Hamley's Toy Store on Regent Street, which is the most famous toy store in all of England. Inside its pretty normal, its kinda like FAO Shwartz. Everywhere you look during Christmas, someone is carrying around a Hamley's bag.

Many wars to remember

by irisbe

Nothing has changed, the world is still at war. In the past England has participated in many big wars, South African, Korean, 2 World Wars, Falklands...
It is not suprising then to find many war remembrance statues all over London.
They are well maintained and fournished with flags, and flowers.
I just hope there are no new ones needed to be erected.


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