Best Of Londonist: 25 February 2018

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Best Of Londonist: 25 February 2018

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

11 of London's Most Bizarre Final Resting Places

Grave secrets.

Ever Noticed This Imposing Building Next to the Uxbridge Road?

Still open today

A Kid Has 'Redesigned' the Piccadilly Line

Or was it a kid?

Does Eurostar's £35 Single to Amsterdam Ticket Actually Exist?

Yes and no.

More Station Name Anagrams for You to Have a Go At

Prove your mettle

Did You Know the Oldest Map of the World Is Here in London?

In a quiet room at the British Museum.

10 of London's Best Burger Joints That Deliver

All the good stuff.

There's More to This Clerkenwell Electrical Shop Than Meets the Eye...

Don't believe us? Try it yourself.

London Historians Visit a Church That's Rarely Open to the Public

One of the few surviving pre-Restoration churches in the City

London's Blue Plaques Do Not Represent the Glorious Diversity of the Capital's Past Residents

Time the plaques were more diverse?

Vapiano Is the Italian Restaurant That Satisfies Everyone

Laid back and delicious.

This Map of London Is Straight Out of Lord of the Rings

Beautiful work from artist Dan Bell.

This Is Why You Should Absolutely Put Spitalfields City Farm on Your To-Do List

If this doesn't warm your cockles, we don't know what will

How London Responded to the KFC Crisis

A city brought to its knees.

Where to Be Welsh in London

From daffodils to craft beer.

Eat and Drink Festival Is Back. Claim Your Free Tickets Here

The tastiest evening you're bound to have in 2018.

Do You Know About the Roman Girl Buried Beneath the Gherkin?

Blink and you'll miss it.

Top 10 London Restaurants You Didn't Know Delivered to Your Door

To burrito or not to burrito?

The Best Dance Shows to See in London This Spring

Tickets on sale now.

London's Top 13 Sculptures of Massive or Unusual Hands

Finally. The article everybody wanted.

Gastropub Meets Izakaya Meets Cocktail Bar: Whatever It Is, We're Into UKAI

Japanese fusion in a pub setting

Everyone Smiles All the Time in North Korea According to This Exhibition

A superb exhibition.

This Chiswick Wall Has Been Beautified With Maps

Why can't all walls be like this?

All of London Will Be Reading This Novel

Join thousands of Londoners reading and chatting about this novel

Did You Know This Is Tucked Away Beneath Waterloo Station?

A welcome surprise.

Anarchic Show Is a Bit of a Mess

There's full frontal nudity and simulated sex, but that can't save this play from being a bit boring

Artist Creates Portrait of Trump Using His Own Faeces

Why you little piece of...

What Happened to the Covent Garden News Lion?

The big beast of news.

All the Colours of the Rainbow, Revealed at Horniman Museum

Find our why odd-coloured food puts us off.

Dreams Do Come True... Introducing the Nutella Freakshake

You may need a lie-down afterwards.

Theatre Review: The Shape of the Pain

A play that is marred by too many effects

Eat Your Way Around the World (Without Leaving Hackney) at This New Supperclub From the Literary Hour

Five courses of Jules Verne-themed adventure.

Converted Veggies? Certainly Not. But From Now On, We're Plant-Forward Curious

Great food at Great Guns.

Comedy Review: Ahir Shah's Control Comes Back to Soho Theatre

It's Shahtime, baby.

Last Updated 02 March 2018