Gordon’s Wine BarThe place where Kipling used to write
Some tourist sites owe their status to merit rather than fashion. And that’s the case of Gordon’s, the ideal place to enjoy wines accompanied by British cheeses and surrounded by creaking old wood. Kipling and Chesterton sat at tables in this bar to write works that we still read today, and inside all haste ceases because time seems to stand still. Gordon’s is always worth a visit so why not sit here until you decide which museum you’re going to go to later?
Types of foodBritish cuisine