Enjoy an elite weekend in your London car hire

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British tourism industry is going from strength to strength! Overseas vacationists can’t get enough of the United Kingdom and its easier to savour Britain’s allure, cost-effectively. Local or visitor, you’ll be charmed by English singularities, and her pleasant uniqueness will appeal to everyone! Read on for Wecancar’s list of the most stylish places to visit in your London car hire!

Eat and Drink

Chiltern Firehouse, Marylebone

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Until its modern renovation, the Chiltern Firehouse initially served the community as a fire station. Today it serves delectable delights like blackened salmon and, crab-stuffed doughnuts! The restaurant operates under hotel magnate André Balaz’s who maintains two hip restaurants in Hollywood and New York City. The restaurant is a celebrity hotspot, so there’s a good chance you’ll be in same room as Lindsey Lohan or Orlando Bloom, however, unless your dating either, getting a table will be quite the feat! We recommend making a reservation during the slower hours of the day.

Seventeen, Notting Hill Gate

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Blue back-lit panels, crepuscular lighting and carved wooden screens will serve as your ambience as you dine on fresh Japanese, Chinese and Korean cuisine. Dim Sum is available throughout the day, 
and we heard it’s pretty darn good!

Negozio Classica, Notting Hill

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Part owned by Tuscan winery Avignonesi, Negozio Classica sells biodynamic and organic wine by the glass. The restaurant is known for its superior selection of Italian wines, cheese and meats. Chose from a collection of Italian wines that each carries its history and story. Make the most of the warm and lively ambience to make new acquaintances. The bar also serves an excellent selection of whiskies,
rums and a beer originating from Teo Musso.

The Blue Legume Café, Restaurant and Juice Bar, Angel, Islington

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Start your day with a pleasant breakfast at the Blue Legume. The contemporary interior comprises vintage décor, exposed brick walls, painted wood furnishings, mirrors on the ceiling and an atrium skylight! Take your pick of homemade Mediterranean foods as you enjoy the cheerful atmosphere in the eatery.

Artisan edibles, Borough Market

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Beginning in 1885, the Borough Market is best known for its vast offerings of uber fresh organic produce and delightful artisan foods. Be spoilt for choice with a gourmet selection of delicious cakes, teas, bread and more! Purchase prime spices and oils or make the most of the free samples and take away options!




Kensington High Street

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Take a short walk from Olympia London, and you’re now in one of west London’s most favoured shopping streets! Take a stroll through the largest Whole Foods Market on the globe. The area is less congested than West End in London and provides labels like Muji, and Karen Millen will leave a fashionistas feeling quite giddy!

Portobello Road Market

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Portobello Road market is identified as the hipster heaven, operates six days of the week and is recognised globally for a prime selection of fascinating antiques, vintage collectables and independent boutiques. If you want to experience an authentic street market feel, Saturday is the best day to drop as all the stalls have been set up and are ready for business. To enjoy the antique markets begin at Westbourne Grove & Portobello Road and work your way past the antiques and bric-a-brac. Sidestep the antiques and head straight to the street food and second-hand fashion market from the corner of Cambridge Gardens & Portobello Road or Lancaster Road & Portobello Road.

Can’t wait to start? Neither can we! Take a look at Wecancar.com’s guide to hiring a car and get travelling!