Taste the U.K. in L.A.: With 'Million Dollar Listing's' Newest Stars

The Peninsula Hotel - Beverly Hills, CA -
James: "The Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills for high tea is by far the best place for tea in Los Angeles! The setting and presentation are among the best I have seen around the world, including London. The variety of tea available is impressive and the finger sandwiches and cakes are well-presented and very tasty. This is my regular spot for a good cup -- or two -- of afternoon tea."
Cecconi's - West Hollywood, CA -
David: "This restaurant is one of my favorites in the city. I used to eat there a lot when I still lived in Britain and came to visit Los Angeles. The restaurant feels happy and the food and servers are friendly and wonderful. Moreover, there is the British-hosted British Breakfast Club every Tuesday and Saturday from 9:30am - 11am. Here, an English breakfast is served for $18 -- there is even Marmite (a sticky, salty and sometimes bitter, thick, brown spread) and HP Sauce (an alternative to Ketchup that stands for 'Houses of Parliament')!"
Ye Olde King's Head - Santa Monica, CA -
David: "This place is beyond convenient! I regularly buy my hard-to-find "English" supplies from this shop, including Twiglets, Marmite, English brand chocolates such as Nestle Aero, Cadbury's Flake and candies like Chewits and Fruit Pastilles. The pub next door feels authentic and serves a great Fish N' Chips which I like to eat with HP Sauce."
The London Hotel - West Hollywood, CA -
James: "The name says it all. The London Hotel's rooftop for lunch is an absolute must and where I head when any visitors are in town. This includes my Mum, who basked in the warm sun with her afternoon tea this past weekend with me. Specifically, the Brit Bar Lounge at Rooftop West by Jaguar experiments with many British favorites like the Scotch Egg and English Sticky Toffee Pudding with Brown Butter Ice Cream. It is amazing and a favorite! Please visit!"
Soho House - West Hollywood, CA -
David: "I love this place for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even just drinks. With its amazing ambiance and stunning views of the city, it is hard to find a better place to dine and visit with friends. I highly recommend the Eggs Benedict for breakfast, made using Porchetta Ham. I frequented Soho House in London, so this spot reminds me of home in so many ways."

*Note: This is a private members club, so you need to either be a member or go with a member.
Robin Hood British Pub - Sherman Oaks, CA -
James: "I live in Studio City, just a stone's throw from the heart of the Valley. Living here has opened my eyes to many more neighborhoods embracing the United Kingdom. Robin Hood British Pub on Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks is simple as can be, yet filled with many delicious dishes. Off the menu, the Fish N' Chips definitely give Ye Olde King's Head a run for their money. What makes them also stand out is the British grocery store next door for the really hardcore Brits like us!"
The Fox and Hounds - Studio City, CA -
David: "I live near Beverly Hills, so it's rare that I go to the Valley, however when there's a good soccer match playing, I love to meet my British mates here to watch the game. This place has a fun, lively atmosphere and a patio area with numerous TV screens. The full English breakfast here is as good as anywhere I have been in London, so I highly recommend a visit!"

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