Où trouver de bons produits français à Londres ?

House London Trip sait à quel point la communauté française vivant à Londres peut à certains moments ressentir le mal du pays.
Mais alors, quelle est la première chose qui manque à un français expatrié ?…
La nourriture française incontestablement ! Toutes les spécialités propres à notre pays, le fromage, le beurre salé, le vin… Oui oui nous le savons, ces quelques mots vous donne l’eau à la bouche. Alors comment remédier à ce problème ?
House London Trip va vous aider en vous donnant quelques bonnes adresses sur Londres permettant de combler le temps d’un délicieux repas ce manque.

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En avant vers Noël et nos tant attendues patinoires londoniennes

Que serait Londres durant la saison d’hiver et pour célébrer les fêtes de Noël comme il se doit, sans ses patinoires saisonnières ?
Chaque année, une quinzaine de patinoires sont mis en place dans de nombreux quartiers de la capitale britannique. Une occasion rêvée pour les rois de la glisse de faire le show et pour les moins doués d’amuser la galerie.

La période de Noël étant, comme vous devez sûrement vous en douter, le moment préférés des touristes. De ce fait, attendez-vous à être nombreux sur la glace (surtout le week-end !) et à faire la queue pour obtenir votre ticket d’entrée.
Cependant, pas de panique !
Vous pouvez pour la majorité des patinoires, réserver votre ticket en ligne.

Info pratique : le temps d’accès à la patinoire est souvent limité à 1h00, histoire que tout le monde puisse en profiter !

House London Trip a sélectionné pour vous quelques-unes des plus belles patinoires de Londres à découvrir entre amis ou en famille et qui, croyez-nous valent le détour !

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The Gordon Bar


Do you want to know how the oldest bar in London look likes?

You will discover it through this article.

The oldest Bar of London named « Gordon » ,was founded in 1890. It is located in underground rooms in Villiers Street.

The atmosphere is very special , which gives the impression of being in a world apart.

Indeed, the wooden walls of the cellar are covered with clippings of historic newspapers, the only source of light are candles and tallow candles that illuminate the cellar with chairs and wobbly tables.

But if you just do not love this atmosphere inside , you can always step back and take a walk outside where you can enjoy the spacious terrace.

As regards the Menu : They have a wide range of wines and various dishes . You can view the menu on their website.

Good discovery everybody !

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The Foodies Gourmet on the Syon Park

For all the gourmets in London.

You are amateur, gastronomes, gourmands and love festivals? The «  Festival of the gourmets  » is made for you.

This year, the Festival opens its doors during 3 days (from 23 till 25 May) and celebrate its 10th birthday.

For this occasion, the festival offers demonstrations, tastings and master classes. To this we can add a restaurant and a large market with specialized producers.

At this event you will have the chance to meet the best chefs Aldo Zilli (famous Italian chef), Ping Coombes (masterchef winner) and Jesse Dunford Bois (Stars in the Michelin Guide).

Each year the festival see ten of thousands of visitors who flocked from surrounding areas to feast on a wide range of culinary activities.
The opening hours are:
– Saturday, May 23: From 11am to 19pm
– Sunday, May 24: From 11am to 19pm
– Monday, May 25: From 11H to 18H
Let the festivities begin !!!

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Banoffee Pie: the greed from England


For every food lover, here is an idea of recipe for a delicious dessert.

Let’s make you discover a small English sweet: the Banoffee pie.

The Banoffee pie is greedy, not to say rich, so we would advise you to prepare it in individual portion. This sweet is very fast and easy to realize.  This recipe is « tested and approved »!

This English cake is made of banana, cream, caramel and cookies…

For the preparation you need to:

– Whip the cream

– Incorporate the sugar

– Put the sweet cream in the cool

– Make warm tarts

– Put in every tart the caramel

– Then cut bananas

– Cover the whole of whipped cream

– Put the preparation in a cool place during 2 hours

NOW, you can taste …

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Borough Market : paradise of the Gourmets


The borough Market is a big food market in central London. It is considered as the most famous in London.

You will find international products as well as British products.

The market offers a variety of fruits and  fresh vegetables, fishes and seafood, meat and poultry, cheese, olives, truffles, spices, sauces and condiments…

You will find there, head chef, cook and all the anthousiasts.

The detail market is open every Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 5pm. And the wholesale Market is open every morning of the week.

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From rooftop wigwam to basement bar, The Queen of Hoxton is the destination to head to for fun times. The Queen of Hoxton is a huge multi-level bar serving a respectable array of beers and spirits in a very relaxed and friendly environment with some truly eclectic decor, a ping-pong table and a pinball machine.

Greeted by friendly doorman, you can head to the rooftop for a drink in the wigwam. Perched on tree stumps, you’ll watch the enormous flaming BBQ serve up bites to hungry hipsters. The real credit however belongs to the staff, who is genuinely welcoming !



Get excited London : there is a three-day weekend ahead ! For this special occasion, Street Feast returns to Kingsland Road on May 1st for a summer-long stretch of night markets.

The tempting line-up of street food favourites includes flavour-packed Korean burritos from Kimchinary, delicate Taiwanese buns from Bao London, crisp fried chicken from Spit and Roast and juicy burgers from Mother Flipper, among many others.

If you can get there before 7pm as you’ll enjoy better this place, when it’s free, there’s no queue outside and it’s not too busy. The entry is £3 after 7pm and soon fills up – even if the yard is pretty big, with plenty of seating (but if you want to be sure of a seat to go with your dinner, the table service at one of the Dalston Yard Diners might appeal) and half covered over with a roof.

So many food stalls to choose from, all with nice compact menus and no less than four bars ! It’s a great place to try a variety of yummy new things all together while enjoying the east London buzz.


Located 5 minutes away from Angel underground station on popular Upper Street and close to the Business Design Centre,  Masala Zone is a casual dining Indian restaurant. Serves real Indian food in a casual, contemporary yet exotic setting. Indian street food, regional curries including vegetarian, Indian grills can all be found on the menu.
The place is very well decorated and furnished, it is comfortable and quiet, and the staff is very friendly. Most important : the food is delightful !