Bibendum -

113 Regent’s Park Road London, Greater London, Tel. 020 7722 5577

This restaurant is certainly not like any given one that sell English fast food fish and chips with a lot of old grease on it. In the Bibendum everything is light, fresh and crisp. The restaurant in the exclusive district of South Kensington is visited by the upper-middle class. Restaurant was established in the former Michelin tire factory. Among other distinguished post-industrial premises and luxury of the food – there is a portrait of a guy with the tires – the Michelin logo. It appears on the stained glass in the main hall, and even the little things such as salt shakers resembles his character. It is worth recalling that in 1894, the brainchild of Michelin mascot was originally called Bibendum. Take a Sexy London Escort for a charming date there and enjoy your time. The name originates in the first poster advertising company where the guy raises a toast taken from Horace: “Nunc est Bibendum”, or: “So let’s drink!” (for the success of tires).