ask Jeffrey about
breakfast and brunch • food markets • nightclubs • fine dining • vegetarian • street food • middle eastern food
What are the London spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?
Borough Market, Broadway Market, Columbia Road Flower Market, Camden Market, Hawksmoor, Wolkite, Asa Kusa, Bala Baya, NOPI, Ottolenghi, Brick Lane Market, Riding House Café, BrewDog pubs, Tayyabs, Ronnie Scotts, Mildred's
What do you do and why do you do it?
I'm studying Sport Marketing in London because in the future I want to invest my power into changing the perception of the world of sports from being only after people's money to entertain and make people happy again
How much do you spend on an average night out on the town?
Well if dinner and drinks it can go up to 100£ I'd say - normally for dinner I'd pay around 30-40£, what happens afterwards makes up for the rest
Which London shops do you hit up when you’re itching for something new?
Vintage stores in East London
Your all-time favorite musicians:
Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Tom Rosenthal, Jackson 5, Rilès, Stromae, Dire Straits, Ed Sheeran, Eminem, Jeremy Loops, Oliver Schories, Parov Stelar
Which neighborhood is it best to experience during the day / night?
During the day I'd go for everything in East London or Soho. At night I'd suggest Soho or Dalston/Hackney
What’s the area in town you’ll never be caught dead in?
You can find me anywhere where there is good music, food, or drinks :)
What’s the one place in London you think is underrated?
Where would you take a date for a romantic night out?
Drunk and hungry - where do you go in London?
Duck & Waffle, or Bagel in Brick Lane
It's freeeeezing out - what should a visitor do?
Go and warm yourself up in one of London's free museum.
Where do you take your guest when you want to impress?
Your go-to brunch spots:
attendant, Proud Mary's, The Breakfast Club, MOTHER, The Barge House, Bill's, Eggbreak
Your perfect night out in London includes:
The Pickle Factory
Special views that mainstream tourists don't know about:
TATE modern - view platform
Best place for a cheap bite on-the-go:
Tomorrow’s your last day in London. How do you spend it?
Starting off with breakfast at the attendant Shoreditch before heading towards Brick Lane and stroll through the street, looking at vintage clothes and going to see the new graffitis that were created since I've been here the last time. A quick visit at the nomadic community gardens and talk to some people while being sat there. Coffee and a small bite a Barber & Parlour before dinner in Camden at Asakusa. Afterwards drinks at BrewDog Camden before heading out to Bethnal Green again and shake it off at The Pickle Factory.
You’re meeting the mayor of London - what constructive criticism would you give them?
Longer opening times for London clubs