London has a lot to offer when it comes to starting the day with a great breakfast. A hidden gem, which is loved by Londoners, is called The Breakfast Club.
提到早餐，伦敦简直是吃货的天堂。今天为大家介绍The Breakfast Club ，一个隐藏于游客世界，确是每一个伦敦客称为早餐真爱的地方。
They have 7 restaurants across London, all of which serve traditional English breakfast (and continental if you are German or French).
It’s not well known by visitors to London so you can have an authentic British breakfast experience and truly call yourself a Londoner.
If you want to go a bit more up market and impress your guests then book The Duck and Waffle restaurant located on the 40th floor of The Heron skyscraper in the centre of the city. It has fabulous panoramic views across London.
如果你想再高大上一点，何不在伦敦中心的The Heron四十层，The Duck and Waffle订上一个位置。享用早餐的同时可以俯瞰伦敦全景。
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I recommend that you order either the duck and waffle or if you are feeling healthy the Colombian eggs. Remember to book in advance to avoid queuing!
我推荐你点上一份the duck and waffle，如果你想吃的更健康点，可以点上一份Colombian eggs。记得一定要提前定位，要不然就要面临“队”漫漫其修远兮的惨淡结局了。
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11am: Arts & Craft, Somerset House:
上午11点 - 文艺小资沉浸在Somerset House：
Despite the long running joke in Britain that everything we have has a “made in China” sticker on it we do still make some things.
The “Just Got Made” show exhibits exciting craftspeople, micro-manufacturers and material specialists from around Britain, who will be showing off their skills, giving insight into their chosen professions and selling unique and original work.
Just Got Made展览就是一个去看伦敦各种工匠艺人展示手艺，秀出技能，出售各种独特而原创的作品的地方。
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From heritage leatherworking to digital fabric printing, jewellery design to letterpress printing, the Just God Made Weekender is a chance to meet like-minded maker enthusiasts and explore areas of contemporary making you may not have encountered before.
从传统的皮革加工，再到现代的电子织物印刷，从珠宝首饰设计，再到凸版印制，Just God Made Weekender是给你遇见和你志同道合的人的绝佳场所。
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1pm: Lunch, Harrods:
下午1点 - 在Harrods享用午餐：
A trip to London is not complete without visiting the world’s most famous department store. There are a number of restaurants in harrods which cater to every person’s tastes, from Caviar and Oysters to Steak and Duck Harrods truly has something for everyone.
For a traditional British experience i recommend that you eat at Bentley’s Sea Grill. An iconic British restaurant institution, Bentley's was founded in 1916 and is run by owner and chef Richard Corrigan.
Bentley's Sea Grill at Harrods, located in the bustling Food Halls, features a menu of hot rock oysters and exceptional seafood classics including lobster bisque, salt and pepper squid, and Royal fish pie - a dish first served at the Queen’s 80th birthday as part of the BBC series Great British Menu. I suggest you order the famous cod and chips!
The Science Museum features seven floors of educational and entertaining exhibits, including the Apollo 10 command module and a flight simulator. The Wellcome Wing showcases developments in contemporary science, medicine and technology.
The Medical History Gallery in the museum's attic contains a substantial collection of medical history treasures.
Exhibits in the Exploring Space galleries include the three-metre-high, 600kg Spacelab 2 X-ray telescope that was flown on British space missions and full-scale models of the Huygens Titan probe and Beagle 2 Mars Lander.
The Ritz needs little introduction and 'Tea at The Ritz' is a quintessentially English experience.
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Served in the beautiful Palm Court beneath a spectacular glazed skylight, choose from 16 varieties of tea, finely cut sandwiches, freshly baked scones with jam and clotted cream and a range of delicate pastries.
You will be entertained by a resident Pianist, Harpist or String Quintet playing classic and contemporary music whilst you enjoy your delectable Afternoon Tea. The dress code of The Ritz reflects the ambience and style of the different areas of the hotel. In The Palm Court, gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie; jeans are not permitted.
This ultra exclusive Chinese establishment is owned by the acclaimed restaurateur Alan Yau and opened recently in the heart of Mayfair. The restaurant is inspired by 1930s Shanghai, it features red velvet floors and golden marble ceilings. Visiting this restaurant will take you on an incredible journey through the history of Chinese cuisine.
The bar displays the treasures of Phileas Fogg the protagonist in Jules Verne’s epic adventure novel “Around the World in Eighty Days”. The collection of treasures includes a crocodile hanging from the ceiling, several birdcages, flags and a stuffed Indian Tiger’s head.