This is how to cure your hunger!

Sunday, the day where most spend their time fighting off their hangover!

If you’re visiting London, why not soak it up with a food-filled Sunday in London! Open your eyes and your mouths and get ready to eat your way around some must-see tourist spots!

@cerealkillercafe Cereal Killer Cafe

10:00 The Cereal Killer Cafe

  • Location:  Stables Market, Mezz 2, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH
  • Nearest Tube Stop: Chalk Farm or Camden Town

After a big Saturday night out on the town, it is essential for one to soak up the alcohol consumed with a seriously good breakfast…For something light yet sweet, start off your Sunday in London at the Cereal Killer Café. Take a trip back to the 90’s with the café’s retro décor and music, while enjoying a choice of many different kinds of cereal and flavoured milk.

11:00 Camden Market

  • Location Camden Lock Pl, London NW1 8AF
  • Nearest Train Chalk Farm or Camden Town

Now you are full and satisfied, take a stroll into the iconic Camden Market. This is the perfect place for travellers to shop in London on a budget. Find an eclectic mix of stores and stalls selling vintage, original fashion, hand-crafted accessories, unique gifts and everything in between. Everyone deserves a little shopping break once in a while…


13:00 Kerb Food Market

  • Location Granary Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AA, UK
  • Hours Wed - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

If you didn’t think Camden Market could get any better, you were wrong! Overlooking the canal, you can find Kerb, the mouthwatering food market. With 34 different stalls, you’re are bound to find something delicious that tickles your fancy, and it’s a great way to eat around London on a budget! Being a foody myself, I have of course eaten my way around Camden. As a cheese and carb fanatic, I would recommend eating at The Cheese Wheel, where you can enjoy fresh hand rolled pasta covered in a creamy sauce and spun in a GIANT WHEEL OF PARMESAN!!! Yes, you did read that correctly.

@unlimitedlondon London Walk

14:30 Primrose Hill

To walk off your lunch, head down to Primrose Hill (15 minute walk) to see the coloured houses and quaint shops. This really is a must see when visiting London. Walk into the park and go to the top of the hill to see an exquisite view of central London! Play a game and see If you can identify any of the beautiful city’s prominent building (even as a local I struggle with this!). Hopefully, the unpredictable English weather will allow for this!

@pink.mill Primrose Bakery

16:00 Primrose Bakery

  • Location 69 Gloucester Avenue, London NW1 8LD
  • Hours Mon - Sat: 08:30 - 18:00 ; Sun: 09:30 - 18:00
  • Nearest Tube Chalk Farm

Food time again! As a tourist, it is essential to experience afternoon tea in London. The Primrose Bakery is the perfect place to do it. This super cute bakery sells an array of delicious treats, perfect for those with a sweet tooth. Relax, raise your pinkies, sip some English breakfast tea and you’ll fit right in!