Best Of Londonist: 11 February 2018

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

Inside London's Most Beautiful Greasy Spoon Cafe

Tourists, locals and hungover Londoners all flock here

Think British Food Is Bad? You Obviously Haven't Been to This Place

Rumbling with the excitement of the City.

Why Is There a Big Ship Right Next to Borough Market?

Ever wondered what that big ship is next to Borough Market? Wonder no more

Did You Know You Can Still Ride Heritage Routemaster Buses in London? Here's Where

Try and get the top-front seat.

Geoff Takes on the Bus Challenge

Geoff Marshall swaps tube trains for buses in his latest challenge.

The London to Amsterdam Eurostar Is Finally Happening

Are you as excited as us?

The Little Oasis of Calm in the Shadows of Canary Wharf

300 metres of meandering walkways and exotic plants.

Looking for the Best View of St Paul's Cathedral? Try This Roof Terrace (It's Free!)

And you won't have to pay a penny.

Will Westminster Abbey Ever Get Its Spire?

The tower that eluded Wren and Hawksmoor.

A Map of London Rental Prices

Who on Earth has £14k a month to splash?

Why Are Londoners Embracing Christianity?

A church that puts religion second.

Speed, Size and Style: This Ocean Liners Exhibition Has It All

Beautiful boats and a lifestyle of excess.

Two Plays That Could Easily Hold Their Own in Front of a Larger London Audience

Beautifully simple and full of believable, likeable characters.

Fatberg! (Their Exclamation Mark Not Ours) at the Museum of London

Grim or beautiful?

Drive a Tube, Bus or Clipper... If You're a Kid

Got kids? Let them drive the tube, or a bus...

This Wimbledon Pub Lunch Doesn't Quite Hit the Spot

Have you been? Do you agree with our review?

It's No Meat and Two Veg at Les 110 De Taillevent

The veggie menu at 110 de Taillevent is meat and drink to us

This Carnaby Crab Restaurant Is Worth Shelling Out For

"A lip-smacking, Christmassy summer."

One Man's Obsession With the Golden Age of British Wrestling

"There was almost a balletic feel."

The Literary Treasure Trove Tucked Away Behind Trafalgar Square

Book lovers, this is one for you

The Biggest Robbery Ever to Take Place on South-Eastern Railway (No, Not the Fares)

A little-known chapter of London's criminal history.

Have You Tried This Scandinavian Sushi Restaurant?

Good at sticks. Good at sushi.

London's Best Healthy Food... Without Leaving Your Sofa

If you've got a phone, you're sorted.

Whatever Happened to Dippy the Dinosaur?

He was bred of London, anyway.

Julius Caesar, Reinvented as an Ageing Populist

The Trumpish metaphor is a dangerous one

Theatre Review: Black Mountain at Orange Tree Theatre

Not quite the on-stage dynamic we'd hoped for

Facebook to Erect Giant Thumbs Up Opposite Google’s King’s Cross HQ?

"King's Cross was once notorious as a centre of prostitution. In just 20 years it's gone from being the home of the base f**k, to the home of Facebook."

Stage Review: Carmen by Georges Bizet at Royal Opera House

Otto Pichler‘s choreography carries the show on an ever-cresting wave of invention

Stroll Past Fridges of Raw Meat to Find This Soho Speakeasy

Cocktails in an old boxing gym.

Women's London: An Absolute Gem of a Guide Book

You'll want to read it cover to cover.

Fancy Designing the Oxford Street Christmas Lights?

Competition now open.

Hayley Atwell Shines as a Ruthless Financier

Cut-throat corporate comedy.