Pudding Lane es una calle de la City de Londres, donde exactamente se originó el Gran incendio de Londres del domingo 2 de septiembre hasta el martes 4 de septiembre de 1666. La calle está ubicada a la salida Eastcheap, cerca de Puente de Londres y el Monumento al Gran Incendio de Londres.Según el cronista John Stow, esta calle es llamada así por los "puddings" (una palabra medieval de vísceras y órganos ) que caían de los carros que bajaban por la calle de los carniceros en Eastcheap mientras se dirigían a las barcazas de residuos en el río Támesis. Una placa en la pared de un edificio llamado Faryners House, en Pudding Lane, registra el sitio del inicio del incendio. Esta placa fue presentada por el Gremio de Panaderos de Londres en 1986.El incendio fue producido por el panadero Thomas Farynor,que ya no era muy listo todo ocurrió porque por un pequeño descuido dejó la chimenea encendida durante la noche, y al poco tiempo se encontraron, él y su familia, entre las llamas. Todos ellos pudieron sobrevivir, a excepción de la criada, que no llegó a salir del edificio. Resultó que aquella noche hacia un fuerte viento y reforzó la fuerza y la rapidez del fuego, el otro factor fue que las casas eran de madera. Todo el desastre producido fue redactado y después publicado por Samuel Pepys.
La stazione di London Cannon Street è una stazione ferroviaria del National Rail sita nella City of London, il distretto finanziario della città di Londra. Essa è stata costruita sul sito del medievale Steelyard, la base commerciale in Inghilterra della Lega Anseatica. La stazione si trova nella Travelcard Zone 1. Sotto alla stazione delle linee ferroviarie è presente l'omonima stazione della metropolitana.CaratteristicheQuesta è una stazione di testa alla quale si giunge a mezzo del Cannon Street Railway Bridge attraversando il Tamigi. La stazione ha ingressi da Cannon Street e Dowgate Hill. Essa è connessa direttamente con le stazioni di London Bridge e Charing Cross. Originariamente era dotata di 8 piattaforme, ridotte a sette nella ricostruzione della fine degli anni novanta.Cannon Street è una delle diciassette stazioni gestite direttamente dal Network Rail.StoriaStrutture originaliAperta dalla South Eastern Railway il 1º settembre 1866, ha la facciata incorniciata da due alte torri affacciate sul Tamigi. Le torri sostengono il tetto della stazione a forma semicircolare ricoperto in vetro e ferro. L'accesso dei treni avviene per mezzo di un ponte in mattoni sotto al quale si trovano alcuni resti di vestigia romane.
Thai Express, a new take on traditional Thai Cuisine. Tailored to your taste and prepared fresh when you order Thai Express provides fun, flavourful and healthy meals. Thai Express believes in providing variety, quality and authenticity at our modern food boutiques, adding some exotic (or adding spice) to your everyday.
speciality fresh water fish from Bangladesh first restaurant to specifically cater for the need of the Bangladeshi Community
(Time out magazine "first one" of a kind)
There has been a revival of home-style and proper Bengali and Bangladeshi cooking in small cafés over the past two or three years. The trend was started by [Bangladeshi café] Gram Bangla, which spotted a need among young Bangladeshi professionals in the UK
The Drunken Monkey dim sum eatery and cocktail bar opened in 2002, pioneering the trend of evening cocktails and dim sum. It was nominated for the Evening Standard Bar Award in its first year, and today it is considered an East End establishment that is recognised worldwide.
With a relaxed New York vibe and Kung Fu kitsch, it is the perfect eating and drinking den for all occasions. Enjoy a last minute bite with friends, an afternoon Bloody Mary and brunch, or cocktails and partying at our now “infamous” Late Night Monkey Sessions featuring a host of amazing DJs.
Each weekend features an eclectic mix of house, soul and funk. Over the years DJs from across the world have graced the decks with a vibrant soundtrack, including Groove Armada, Steve Proctor, Barrie K. Sharpe, Radio Meuh, Giles Smith, Mauriccio Castella, Ronnie Herel, Maya Jane Coles, DIY Soundsystem, Miss Jools, Eddie Pillar, and Femi Fem – to name a few.
Our space is versatile, with a main bar area, dining section and two private areas (Concubine Room and Liang Shan Po). So whether you’re after a private party, large birthday dinner, cocktail masterclass or late night dim sum, look no further than The Drunken Monkey to host your evening.
Occupying a Dickensian fronted pub opposite the iconic Tea Building in Shoreditch is a new all-day restaurant and whisky bar with a subtle hint of the Orient, Bull in a China Shop.
A second project from brothers Stephen and Simon Chan, owners of The Drunken Monkey, neighbouring Chinese dim sum parlour and cocktail bar. The brothers will serve an enticing menu of Chinese spiced, whisky glazed rotisserie chicken, black charcoal brioche buns, superfood salads and a host of breakfast bao buns alongside sweet and savoury congee (rice porridge) for early risers.
Bull in a China Shop will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, as well as house a cocktail bar serving over 30 choice Japanese and Scotch whiskies.
The design concept is very much Chinese ‘old curiosities’ with a hint of Tretchikoffs ‘Green Lady’ played out with a collection of medicine bottles and bone china ornaments to a backdrop of textured whitewashed walls.
Launching Bull in a China Shop is an exciting venture from the Chan brothers, using their wealth of experience and knowledge of the area and customer base to create something people really want, a stylish all day eaterie serving great quality, speedily prepared food and expertly made cocktails in a confident yet laid back environment.
All rooms are en-suite ranging from Single Beds, Double, Deluxe double, Twin, and family rooms that can cater for upto two adults and two small children.
Travel Cot's are available upon request
Bathrooms: Bath, Bath/Shower/Wetroom. Hair dryers are available upon request.
Entertainment: Remote Control flat screen TV with over 50 digital freeview channels.
Food & Drink: room service is available by a third party, menu's are located in each room.
All Rooms are Non Smoking with Tea and Coffee making Facilities.
Daily Newspaper on request
Iron and Ironing Board on request
Wake Up Calls
Early Check In
Windows that open
Business: Free Wi-Fi, Telephone, Fax & Copy available at reception,
Bermondsey Square is located on Tower Bridge Road in Bermondsey, part of the London Borough of Southwark, in south London, England. The location was formerly the site of the 11th century Bermondsey Abbey.Archaeological excavations were undertaken in 2005–6 by Pre-Construct Archaeology. The earliest medieval remains found were a Norman church from around 1080, which was recorded in the Domesday Book. The area has subsequently undergone redevelopment and Bermondsey Square now contains apartments, offices, a boutique hotel, restaurants and an independent cinema.Bermondsey Market is an antiques market located at Bermondsey Square, which operates every Friday.Long Lane leads northwest to Borough High Street. This lane used to link the Abbey with St George the Martyr church on the High Street. To the west and heading north from the square is Bermondsey Street, leading to Tooley Street and London Bridge station about ten minutes walk away.
Bermondsey Square is a unique mixture of café & restaurants, offices and apartments on a neighbourhood scale. It’s a venue for the world famous antiques market. There’s an independent cinema and a boutique hotel.
But most of all, it’s a lively community working together to create a great place to be.
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We are a small shop on Bermondsey Street selling all upcycled and ethically made clothing and gifts. We also run regular yoga classes and retreats as well as mini art exhibitions in the shop. Come on in and check us out :) For more info, follow us here, check out our twitter page on @bermonseyfayre or our website www.bermondseyfayre.com