I am about to give you 3 Lifestyle Rebel Choice places to eat in Victoria London. So be prepared guys – you might like this selection.
But first let me wet your appetite with the story on the Nova development in Victoria. I have to say, finally the area looks more enjoyable – it is Central London you know.
Nova is the new “destination” in Victoria London where you can meet, discover and enjoy the vast array of shops, bars, restaurants even cafes for brunch. It’s a huge development which has seen large investment pumped into the area, and visually it makes the link between Victoria station and Buckingham Palace more aesthetic.
It’s a game changer ladies and gents!
Anyway let’s get straight into it – I personally like these places so let me know if you do
1. Timmy Green (Brunch anyone?)
Introducing the Australian inspired Café from the Daisy collection hitting Victoria! Brunch – is what I believe is the main attraction, although they do serve prime grass fed meats on small plates for Lunch – for the serious beef eaters it’s worth it! By the way the venue is huge so don’t be afraid to take a whole group. I paid £39 for the bottomless brunch menu which includes:
- A dish from ‘something light’ section
- A dish from the ‘set of the day’ section
- And finally bottomless Prosecco & mimosas for 2 hours (I don’t drink so I had juices)
I really enjoyed the food and I am the fussiest eater ever, so the next time your meeting up with friends, head over to Timmy Greens for brunch. I know it’s not something to do weekly, as £39 doesn’t come easy for everyone just to spend on food. But the experience and menu itself will be worth it.
Lifestyle Rebel Choice – try the banana bread!!!
BTW: apparently they make really good coffee.
2 Franca Manca ( Wood Burning Pizza!)
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like pizza! Which is why you guys are in luck because this place makes pizza on wood burning ovens! The chain has 34 pizzerias in London so they must be doing something right! The reason why I have chosen this place, is because of how much care goes into making the pizza! Slow risen 20 hour sourdough as the base, topped with homemade mozzarella and organic tomato = flavour!
I paid less than £10 pound for my pizza – that’s not bad folks!
Lifestyle Rebel Choice: – Tomato, Mozzarella and Basil pizza.
3. Sourced Market (Best of British)
Finally I would like to introduce the best selection that British producers have to offer with flavour and sustainability – Sourced Market!
Now let me be clear – I am not a foodie with a huge amount of knowledge about the best places to eat in London. However my 3 choices that made it to the newly Lifestyle Rebel choice awards, are real reviews about the places that I sampled, and would 100% recommend these places to you.
At the Sources Market I ordered from the lunch menu – and let me tell you folks you have to try the Vegetable Soup & Ras el Hanout chicken! It’s a very low carb meal but high protein with lots of vegetables!
It cost me £10 for my meal – not bad folks not bad at all.
Lifestyle Rebel Choice: – Vegetarian soup with the Ras El Hanout Chicken! £10
All three places are right next to each other, below you will find a map highlighting the Nova building location.
Thats it from me – as always #livebetter