In the Know question:
I'm going to the Royal Geographical Society's Travel Photographer of the Year exhibition - is there somewhere close by for a tasty lunch?
A 10-minute walk away from the Royal Geographical Society in Kensington is Bumpkin, one of a micro-chain of restaurants specialising in seasonal British food. Their current menu includes Loch Duart Scottish salmon, Gressingham duck and a range of artisan cheeses from around the UK.
The Anglesea Arms is located on the street Charles Dickens used to live on and is a great choice for classic British dishes.For food in keeping with the international flavour of the photography exhibition, try buzzy tapas joint Casa Brindisa for especially good chorizo, or Comptoir Libanais for Lebanese mezze, with tagines and savoury flatbreads.
Sophisticated Japanese restaurant Zuma is also nearby if you’d like a lunch that’s a little more special.