Sky Garden London- Amazing Views But Expensive

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David Scott
David's interest in food and cooking stemmed from a very young age, where he discovered a true admiration for celebrity Chefs and writers such as Gary Rhodes, Rick Stein, and Anthony Bourdain. This growing passion, combined with his continuous hunger to discover more about every aspect of food & cooking, has inspired him to establish his own business in Blue Goose Catering.
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London is now full of stunning observation decks. One of the more recent projects that is now in full swing is the “Walkie Talkie” building or 20 Fenchurch Street. This commercial skyscraper offers 360 degree views of London from an open terrace and houses a sky garden. The views at the top are magnificent.

Eating or drinking here is somewhat expensive. One might hesitate to buy a coffee for £5 or indeed any of the offerings, however what is for certain is that time spent at the top will not disappoint. Access is free and booking is easy. Admire the horticulture and construction of this place, you won’t regret it.

Despite the “high end” nature of casual dining with a view, I would absolutely recommend a trip to the top of this unique building.

 

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David Scott

David Scott

David's interest in food and cooking stemmed from a very young age, where he discovered a true admiration for celebrity Chefs and writers such as Gary Rhodes, Rick Stein, and Anthony Bourdain. This growing passion, combined with his continuous hunger to discover more about every aspect of food & cooking, has inspired him to establish his own business in Blue Goose Catering.

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