Located not so far from the bustling Oxford Street is St Christopher’s Place. Its proximity to London’s most popular shopping street makes it easily accessible to tourists but there is always a fair amount of locals who frequent the place.
At St Christopher’s Place you’ll find a collection of places to eat and drink like Carluccio’s (an Italian restaurant), Sofra (bit of Turkish cuisine) and my favourite, Café Creperie (to satisfy my French cravings). There is also a traditional pub, Lamb & Flag, in one corner, if cosmopolitan dining is not your cup of tea. There are other places to eat, drink and shop all the way up to Wigmore Street.
From time to time, there are buskers who provide the musical entertainment. But there is always a party atmosphere with or without the music.
Alfresco is the main dining theme at St Christopher’s place. Even in winter, people would still sit outside as almost every place offer patio heating. Rain or shine, hot or cold, St Christopher’s Place is perfect to catch up with old friends and meet new ones.