After lunch we decided to take a stroll to find other Swedish “places” and immediately across the street we found the Church of Sweden across the street. Note: It’s a Cafe (larger type) and Church. 😉Alas, it was not dog-friendly.
But then we came across this store – Another Country Riding the wave, they said – it’s actually an English brand but sells furniture that is rather Scandi in style.Maybe it’s because it’s in the Swedish neighbourhood that its called “Another Country” – and we were allowed inside.
We also came across a pretty church – St. Mary’s.– in Bryanston Square. Wyndham Place, York St, Marylebone, London W1H 1PQ
May’s comment: Adding to our list of cuisine … some Scandinavian dining experience.The Harcourt – Scandi pub-restaurant for cross-Nordic fine-dining in the Swedish neighbourhood of Marylebone – with the Swedish Church across the road and the embassy around the corner. A five-storey Georgian townhouse, besides the bar area, there are private dining rooms. Located at 32 Harcourt St, Marylebone, London W1H 4HX
This has been added to our Wine & Dine List of dog-friendly London restaurants.