Cafe, 'biscuit boutique' and icing school run by hand-iced biscuit company Biscuiteers. As well as selling a wide range of biscuits, cupcakes, macaroons and drinks, Biscuiteers hosts a drop-in icing cafe where you can have a go at decorating your own biscuits to take home with you, or send to a friend as an edible gift. There are also formal icing workshops for picking up new skills and the boutique can be hired for private icing parties for hen dos, birthdays or children's parties.
While I live in southwest London, I’d go up to Chelsea quite a bit and adore the Farmers Market. They have an amazing array of delicious foods from oysters to doughnut holes to foods from around the world. Plus, with a drinks bar, you can enjoy a glass of champagne on the benches as you listen to beautiful live music. It's my favourite market for the delicious food and it isn't anywhere near as busy as Borough Market. Plus, you can pop into the Saatchi Gallery after and check out the cool modern art. Eliane Skipper
Evans and Peel is an amazing speakeasy near Earls Court. Find the secret door, meet the 'private detective' who will help solve your 'case' and then walk behind the bookcase to the cosy, low-lit bar. Word on the grapevine is that they will also be opening another themed bar in Chiswick soon, so keep your eyes peeled! Steph Marston
My favourite spot in West London is Hampton Court Palace. I try and visit every year as I love Tudor history. It's a fascinating day out and if it's good weather you can take a little trip down the road and spend the rest of your evening at a riverside pub. Charlotte Gale
I adore the collection of pubs in Hammersmith. For a great bite to eat I head to The Ram or the Old Ship but my favourite has to be The Dove. When I lived by the river I would spend a lot of time sunning on their terrace or getting cosy with their complimentary dressing gowns and a warming glass of Merlot. Eppie Shepherd