Fancying a good cup of tea, I set out on a (bookish) quest yesterday with a few friends to visit the London Review Bookshop. I have to admit that this was my inaugural visit to the infamous Bloomsbury bookshop.
Nestled behind The British Museum and only a short walk from Holborn tube station, the London Review Bookshop is a cosy and beautifully presented bookshop. Offering a selection of titles from Fiction to Travel to History, the shop contained some very enticing displays, including a display featuring some of the Baileys Prize nominations.
Downstairs boasts a seating area which is always a welcome feature of any decent bookshop. I was however a little surprised by how small the bookshop and the café both were – past reviews always led me to believe that it would be slightly larger. The limited seating in the café did make it hard for us to…
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