Best Of Londonist: 4 February 2018

Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.

The Latest Information on London Rental Prices Is In... And It May Surprise You

London's least expensive postcode has been revealed.


The 12 Biggest Exhibitions to See in February

Got your tickets booked?


We Went Undercover in London's Lap Dancing Clubs

"A 60-something breathes stale red wine in my face as he tells me Tony Blair’s responsible for all the immigrants."


Discover This Secret Garden in a Bombed Out Church

You've *got* to track down this one down


Where to Be Single in London

Including a great spot for dining alone.


Look at the Stunning Tube Map Covers That London's Been Lucky to Have

Remember these?


A Map of Shoreditch Street Art

Remember seeing a really cool mural of a fish somewhere in Shoreditch, but can't remember exactly where?


A Secret Bit of London's Roman Wall You Can Actually Walk Through

Roman tiles below, medieval stone above.


More Mezze? Hungry for Hummus? Here's Where to Find London's Best Middle Eastern Food

Just a little sumac sumac.


The South Kensington Street Every Foodie Should Know About

We've got dinner sorted.


The New Hopper Bus Fare Is Here

Trams too.


This Is Where the Gordon Gekkos of London Are Hiding

"if all else fails you can physically pick up your assets."


Moo Krang: The Bbq-Hot Pot Hybrid Where You Cook at Your Table

Roll up your sleeves, things could get messy


Walk Off the Winter Blues at This Beautiful North London Park

An ode to Roundwood Park


The Extremely Pink Cafe That Instagram Built

A pastel-shaded candy box of a boutique


60,000 Pieces of London Transport History, Dumped in Thames

This would never happen today


Beer Festivals in London This Month: February 2018

Drink up.


Marble Arch and Wellington Arch: What's the Difference?

Mind your head


Enjoy the Ultimate Fish Finger Sandwich at Poppie's Fish and Chips

Crispy, flaky perfection.


'Strange' Diana and Dodi Memorial to Be Removed From Harrods

Situated near the Egyptian escalator.


Director Terry Johnson Takes to the Stage in an Entertaining Account of His Friendship With Ken Campbell

Terry Johnson takes to the stage for the first time in 30 years


A Brilliant Exhibition in a Beautiful Building

What more could you ask for?


W6 Garden Centre Cafe Is Sowing the Seeds for Locally-Sourced Organic Food

No food fads, just fab food.


A Spoonful of Sugar Too Many at Chi Kitchen

Uncomfortable comfort food


See the 14th Century Building Once Used to Store for Human Bones

Dem bones.


Theatre Review: Rothschild & Sons at Park Theatre

A production of limited appeal.


Savoury Bubble Waffles Are Now a Thing... Find Them in China Town

A cheesy waffle filled with cheese. Did we mention it's cheesy?


Theatre Review: The Flying Lover of Vitebsk

Must see for all Marc Chagall fans


Queens Do Battle at the Duke of York’s

Who plays who is decided by the toss of a coin.


Join the Grift in Bethnal Green

Impressively well-executed and a great deal of fun


A Whole New World of Themed Afternoon Teas Continues With... Aladdin

Make waaaay, for more themed teaaaa...


Collective Rage: A Humorous Yet Poignant Exploration of Rage and Belonging

Five women, united by a name.