London aka haggis toasties

I’m assuming @xylo’s identity in spring and coming to catsit for a few weeks. Obviously I want to meat and whatnot so let’s otganise that, also I want general tips for London as I’ve never spent more than a weekend down there before. Even shit you think is too obvious or probably not really any good like going to Sketch and putting photos of the pink stairs on instagram. Mostly though I like galleries, museums, architecture, The burning question really is where do I get the haggis toasties?

Fire away with tips (bear in mind I have Jnr in tow) and put April 1-14 in your diaries LME

3 Likes

yes! haggis toasties can be acquired in either homerton or leyton i believe, we should do a coffee and toasties meat. if you’re out east anyway then i’d recommend the whitechapel gallery - no clue what’s on but it’s almost always something good.

1 Like

Distance is no object for a toastie

1 Like

Omg we can have Mexican hot choc Stein style

2 Likes

Broadway Market on Saturday, Chatsworth on Sunday innit.

2 Likes

They’re often at Beavertown too, when that’s open.

The cafe in Leyton is very good, too.

https://www.deeneys.com/

(he knows)

3 Likes

Are your marcsplaining haggis toasties?

4 Likes

Makes it easier for Scout to plan stuff if she has the full picture, innit?

2 Likes

YEAH JEZ
IT’S ENTIRELY ALTRUISTIC

3 Likes

Have you informed Eltham?

Especially for a ludicrous smashing.

3 Likes

Dulwich Picture Gallery has things in it which are nice to look at.
It’s a shame it’s the last week of the Tove Jansson exhibition but anyway, hopefully there will be something good during your visit.

It was a good save, one for the cameras.

The Design Museum in Kensington is pretty cool and they have the Japanese garden in Holland Park which should look all nice and blossomy around that time. Could be very pleasant indeed if the weather’s good.

that’s not what I heard

crowd goes ‘OHHHHHHHHH!!!’

1 Like

This just isn’t true unfortunately