If you’re anything like me, you will find yourself at the back of a long queue in a department store on Christmas Eve, clutching a bunch of items you hurriedly picked out whilst rushing through, trying desperately to convince yourself that the recipients will enjoy the gift.
Fortunately there are other, better, ways to do your Christmas shopping. On November 27th Chiltern Street is staying open from 5pm until late, making it the perfect place for those preferring to wander around one of London’s finest boutique shopping streets with a cup of mulled wine, safe in the knowledge that Christmas Day is still a few weeks away.
There will also be a host of special offers – including 20% off Bharti Vyas and a complimentary Bay Run herbal soap with purchases over £50 at Mouki Mou.
Foodies should also be excited by the promise of festive treats being offered by Chiltern Street’s famous foodie hotspots. Traditional Scandinavian delights will be served at Monocle (mulled wine and cinnamon buns for £3) and at the Nordic Bakery. Chiltern Firehouse will also be opening its courtyard for Christmas delicacies from Executive Chef Nuno Mendes.
To top it all off classical Saxophonist Tyler Rix will be performing throughout the evening.
However, if none of the above appeals, I’ll see you on Christmas Eve.