- 432 pages
- Dimensions - 11.2 x 3.6 x 19.3 cm
- ISBN: 978-0-500-51828-1
Great reasons to buy the Discriminating Guide to London
- The Discriminating Guide to London is written by James Sherwood, author of distinctive publications on English sartorial style and the quintessential man about town.
- It offers a selective guide on the best places to eat, drink and shop in London, informed by an unabashed companion to the finest experiences of the world's most cosmopolitan city.
- This book is inspired by the 1970s publication of the same name by the same author-no relation- who today owns the Orient-Simplon Express and has contributed a forward to this 21st Century edition.
Why you'll love this book
The Discriminating Guide to London by James Sherwood , is a witty, opinionated, discerning guide to London informed by the writer's direct experience and many years partaking in the very best the city has to offer. Whether you want to eat breakfast like a King, drink champagne or shop for antiques, this handy guide to London will take you there using a mix of informed advice and sardonic wit. Sherwood’s superlative taste coupled with his firsthand knowledge of some of the most exclusive, exciting spots in London makes this an essential travel guide for city slickers and jet setters alike.
James Sherwood is the archivist at Henry Poole & Co. and a consultant for Anderson & Sheppard and the Savoy hotel. He is editor-at-large for The Rake and contributes to the Daily Telegraph and World of Interiors. He regularly appears as a royal style and fashion critic on British and American television. His other published works include Bespoke: The Men’s Style of Savile Row and The Perfect Gentleman: The Pursuit of Timeless Elegance and Style in London