Tell us where next

London Letters are the new alphabet for the Capital and we need your ideas to complete the set.

Which neighborhood should we do next? And which landmarks would make the cut? What’s your favourite pub in Putney, deli in Dalston or garden in Greenwich?

152 Responses to “Tell us where next”
  1. Anonymous says:

    How about Soho? These are my top picks to possibly include (old & newish but established favourites):

    Fernandez & Wells
    Flat White
    Ronnie Scott’s
    BobBob Ricard
    Brewer Street Market
    Marshall Street Baths
    Soho House
    Carnaby Street
    Golden Square
    Soho Square
    Nordic Bakery
    Coach & Horses
    Maison Bertaux
    Bar italia
    Colony Club (shut down)
    Dean Street TownHouse
    Soho hotel
    Raymond Revue Bar

    I’ll stop now but could easily keep going! :o)

  2. Victoria McIntosh says:

    Please, please, please do Battersea next….

    • Anonymous says:

      Will definitely look into doing a Battersea one – any suggestions for what to include?

      • Anonymous says:

        Yeah, for the Battersea one; Northcote Road, the Clapham Grand, The Falcon. Along with Clapham Junction these are all in Battersea (SW11) rather than Clapham. Put these on the Battersea one to placate all irate Batterseans.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hackney, Hackney, Hackney

  4. Anonymous says:

    Things to add to Hackney:
    London Fields Lido
    Mangal Ocabasi
    Columbia Road
    Church St – Stoke Newington
    Blue Legume
    Ridley Road
    Tina we salute you
    Clissold Park
    Newington Green Vegetable shop
    Trattoria Sapori
    Bird cafe
    Towpath Cafe
    Broadway Market
    The Nest
    Stone Cafe

  5. Beth Francis says:

    Please can you do Crystal Palace!!!

    • pinktights says:

      Yes Crystal Palace!!

      Westow House
      Grape and Grain
      Haynes Lane Market
      Central Hill
      The Alma
      The Sparrowhawk
      Dinosaurs in the park
      Beer Rebellion
      Brave Girl
      Westow Street
      Church Road
      Good Taste
      Crystal Palace Market
      Sunday Jazz

    • Belle says:

      Yes please.. Crystal Palace would be brilliant 🙂

  6. Todd says:

    How about Ealing? With the famous Ealing Studios! The pub across from the studios (the red lion) has had every star from the studios drink in there at some point. Next door is Santa Maria, one of the best pizza places in London according to time out. Add to that two local institutions; munsons coffee shop and Crispin’s wine bar and you’ve got a good start!

  7. Hannah robinson says:

    Saw you today on the Dean Street market. Loved the alphabet- bought Clapham. Would suggest Battersea (power station, bridge, bunga bunga, park, square, dogs and cats home, lost angel), Tooting (common, curry houses, tram and social, thai buffalo, bec, broadway, lido) and Roehampton (university, queen Mary’s place, Putney Heath, Roehampton lane, Richmond park, asda, parkstead house, grove house, holy trinity church, Danbury avenue estate). All old or current homes do would really love these as possible prints! Thanks and regards

  8. Katy Riddle says:

    I second the Crystal Palace request – I live in Penge and we always get missed out! There are lots of lovely things in our patch, especially the dinosaur park! Thanks 🙂

  9. Hayley says:

    How about the City? Include the Gherkin, Bank of England, Leadenhall Market, St Pauls Cathedral, Tower bridge/London bridge?

  10. Claire Weedon says:

    What about for the letter “f” forest hill (se23). You’ve got lots in the area, including:
    – the horniman museum and gardens (first free museum in London)
    – Alaskan totem pole
    – st David’s coffee shop
    – havelock walk (full of artists studios)
    – the hob pub, with its stand up and live music
    – jolly bee fish and chips
    – the capital (old art deco cinema)
    – the overground
    – the bandstand
    – dacres road nature reserve and the Devonshire road reserve
    – ashberry cottage (home of William IVs mistress)

    I hope this is a good starting list!

    • Brilliant list, I’ve just finished it and you will be able to buy one from September!

      • Claire Weedon says:

        Thats wonderful!! I’m also eyeing up you dulwich one as it is local too.

        Have you considered Teddington (tw11)? As it is the last point the tide reaches in london, it has film studios, bushy park, its the home of hockey,

  11. Kathryn Hubbard says:

    Colliers Wood please….. no one ever does anything for Colliers Wood we are so small we always get forgotten and have so much more to offer than the hideous Black Tower!!

  12. mike-j says:

    if you do a Deptford one, I’ll buy it for my girlfriend – High Street, Laban, Albany, project, pizza bus, creek

  13. Danni says:

    Wapping please! I’d buy it!

  14. Sarah says:

    I love these – and i want P for Peckham!!! nice things to include: Frank’s Cafe on the roof of a parking building, the library, the lovely cafes and shops in the print village (Petitou, victoria inn etc) and the great mosaic murals on the muildings there, the market veg stalls, all the west african shops, south london gallery + its restaurant/cafe, all the small galleries popping up everywhere…

  15. Anonymous says:

    Definitely Tooting – lido, tooting common, curry, tram and social, the broadway, the markets etc!!

  16. George says:

    Please consider FULHAM for a London Letter

  17. Charlotte Warner says:

    Whitechapel would be brilliant!

    The whitechapel Bell foundry
    East London Mosque
    Wilton Music Hall
    Jack the Ripper
    The Blind Beggar
    Genesis Cinema
    The Royal London Hospital with the Helipad on top
    Brick Lane
    the george tavern
    whitechapel art gallery

  18. Anonymous says:

    Streatham!! ok there isn’t that much in Streatham but:
    Lahore Kebab house
    Streatham high road
    The Rookery (old spa gardens) nr the common
    The Railway pub
    St Leonards Church
    Chuka Umunna MP

  19. Andrew says:

    Please would you consider doing K for Kilburn! It’s a fantastically vibrant area in north-west London with lots to offer, a great music scene, fantastic restaurants with a range on offer and plenty of landmarks like the Tricycle Theatre, the North London Tavern, three stations including Kilburn Park built in the original LU style and the bridge that leads into Kilburn station. Lots of info can be found on the Kilburn Wikipedia page:,_London

    Would love to see this area get it’s own letter! 🙂


    • Mark says:

      The legendary Kilburn Market; the iconic Gaumont State Cinema (designed as a Empire State Building); The Kingdom pub; everyone’s favourite Cookies and Cream cafe; the incomparable Little Bay restaurant; the stunning Hillsborough Court; the amazing Art Deco Kilburn Park tube station; the ground-breaking, avant grade Tricycle theatre; Kilburn Grange park;…

  20. Charlotte says:

    Camden! Things like:

    Camden Lock
    Camden Market
    Primrose Hill
    Hawley Arms
    Colonel Fawcett
    London Zoo
    Regent’s park
    Regent’s canal
    Camden fringe


  21. Matt says:


    Loving your work!

    Please please please can you design one for Camden Town. The most vibrant place in London IMHO.

    Places such as:
    Camden Lock
    Camden Market
    Electric Ballroom
    London Zoo
    Hawley Arms
    Regents Park
    Good Mixer
    Lock Tavern
    Camden High Street

    Musically diverse and fashion crazy:
    Punk, Grunge, Rock, Mods, Ska, Reggae etc.


  22. Dora says:

    Right – I have held a focus group with fellow Pimlicans and this is what we have come up with for Pimlico

    Warwick Way
    Eccleston Square
    Stucco fronted houses (for which we are famous for)
    The Tate
    Grumbles – amazing unpretentious restaurant in the heart of Pim
    Retromania – cool vintage shop
    Tachbrook Street Market
    Dolphin Square
    Pimlico Plumbers – I know that sounds weird but they are local heroes (
    “Passport to Pimlico”
    Marquis of Westminster pub
    other great restaurants/cafes include:
    About Thyme
    Pimlico Fresh

    And, weird one, Sainsbury’s Market as it’s huge and right in the centre of things.

    Dora (LondonGrumblr)

  23. Ben says:

    K for Kilburn please!

    Lots of cool buildings and local heritage;

    Can include the High Road & the market stalls
    Tricycle Theatre
    The Gaumont State
    Tin Tabernacle
    Kilburn Grange Park
    Pubs such as NLT, Powers, the Good Ship, the Betsy Smith, Black Lion

    The list goes on…

  24. Anonymous says:

    Southfields? Favourite places: Earl of spencer, The Village Butchers, The Pig and Whistle, Rubino, you could even mention the Tennis.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Stokey (for Stoke Newington)

  26. Anonymous says:

    stoke newington!!!! hackney! dalston! islington!

  27. Kat says:

    I know you’ve done E(aling) but would you also consider Earlsfield please, the lesser known but increasingly popular gem nestled between Clapham, Wimbledon, Tooting and Wandsworth?!

    Ideas to include:
    River Wandle
    Beatrix Potter primary school
    Garratt Lane
    Belle Amie
    The Leather Bottle
    Tara Arts
    The Halfway House
    The Toast Rack
    Wandsworth Prison
    Amaranth Thai
    Anouska’s Yoga
    The Spencer Club (tennis, hockey, cricket etc)
    Louis de Bernieres (wrote Captain Corelli’s Mandolin in Earslfield!)

  28. Krissy says:

    I love Kilburn so that would be a great K! But so would Kew! The Palm House, The Pagoda, The bridge, St Anne’s Church,The Inn at Kew Gardens.

  29. Nicky says:

    Twickenham please!

    The White Swan Pub, Eel Pie Island, St Margarets Village, Marble Hill Park, Twickenham Rugby Stadium, the River Crane Walk, Twickenham Film Studios, Moormead Park, Zoran’s Deli, Brula Brasserie, Yellowedge Cheese, Mrs Moon Haberdashery, Hammerton’s Ferry, Armstrong’s Family Butchers, Sandy’s Fishmongers, Twickenham Green, Strawberry Hill House, Orleans House Gallery, St Mary’s University.

  30. Mabel says:

    King’s Cross please:
    Camino, Scala, St Pancras, Platform 9 3/4, Granary Square, KERB, Camley Street, British Library, Central St. Martins, Egg, Big Chill House, Driver, Fellow, The Cally, Lighthouse Tower, Water Rats, Camden Town Hall, Mabel’s Tavern, 06 St. Chad’s Place

  31. Emma says:

    Please do Balham!! Balham Bowls Club, The Bedford, The Exhibit Cinema, Bertie and Boo, Balham Tube Station, Balham High Road, Balham Library, Balham Craft Fair, Du Cane Court, The London Sewing Machine museum, The Nightingale, Harry’s, The Witches Hut, Agua, Milk, Chadwicks Butchers….so many things!

  32. Fran says:

    Richmond!!? So many lovely things in Richmond. Richmond Park, White Lodge, Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Riverside, White Cross Pub, Princes Head, The Duke, (amongst hundred of others!) Richmond Palace, Richmond Green, Train/ Tube Station, The Hill, Boat Restaurant, Odeon Cinema, Boat House….I could go on forever!! Please do one for Richmond! Thank you!

  33. Simon B says:

    How about Barnes! Barnes folk are fanatic about the area these prints would be amazing.
    You could include:
    Barnes Bridge
    A rowing boat
    White Hart Lane
    The village pond
    The Saturday market
    The White Hart pub
    The Swedish deli (name escapes me)
    Harrodian school
    Mortlake brewery
    Richmond Park
    “little chealsea cottages”
    Orange Peko (most amazing cafe)
    And many more…,,

  34. Nic says:

    Pretty please can you do Shoreditch?!

    Ideas for Shoreditch:

    Brick Lane
    Brick Lane market
    Spitalfields market
    Vintage shops

  35. Fiona says:

    Bloomsbury please!

    Russell Square
    British Museum
    British Library
    Coram’s Fields
    The Brunswick
    Tavistock Square
    Charles Dickens Museum
    Collinge & Clark Booksellers
    University College London
    University of London
    School of Oriental & African Studies
    Tottenham Court Road
    University College Hospital
    Gower Street

    etc 🙂

    • Anon says:

      Fiona I salute you – Bloomsbury would be a great choice that I fully support.

      Some pub and cafes too perhaps?
      The Lamb
      The Jeremy Bentham
      The Museum Tavern

      Vats Wine Bar …

      The Renoir Cinema?
      The beautiful vintage James Smith and Sons Umbrella Shop

  36. Lucy says:

    Please do Pimlico!

  37. lucy says:

    Love the letters, they are brilliant. Please can you do Brockley next?

  38. pitchers says:

    Just stumbled upon your work in the wilds of New Jersey, USA – It’s amazing!! I’m originally from the Elephant & Castle…..would you consider this as your next one? Please, please, PLEASE?

    Here are a few to include:
    Shopping Centre
    Charlie Chaplin
    Michael Caine
    East Street Market
    Arments Pie and Mash Shop
    Elephant and Castle Pub
    Imperial War Museum
    Bedlam Park

    Thank you!!

  39. Anon says:

    Please do Highbury!

    (Or if not Bloomsbury. Ideally the pair in fact.)

    Ideas for Highbury:

    Highbury Fields (natch)
    Hotblack Desiato (estate agent, name then nicked for use in Hitchhikers Guide)
    La Fromagerie (yummy cheese)
    Cinnamon Village
    Frogs and Fairies
    Louis Farouk
    The Clock Cafe
    Highbury Vintners
    Oasis in the Park

  40. MD says:

    Hamstead Heath lovely and leafy
    Fenton House (Fennnntooooonnnn)!
    Kenwood House
    The beautiful chapel at the top of Christchurch Street
    the little lanes in the village and cobble stone streets
    the wonderful hidden Mulberry Bush Pub
    Keats’ House
    The Hampstead Ponds and the swans
    Parliament Hill
    Royal Free Hospital

    And if you haven’t been up here, please have a day at the Heath it’s so beautiful.


  41. Tess says:

    Hi there – Love your prints! what about Shepherds Bush! Please please!

    Shepherds Bush Empire
    Shepherd’s Bush Green
    Queens Park Rangers
    BBC TV Centre
    Shepherds Bush Market
    A Cooke – Traditional eel pie and mash shop
    Bush Hall
    K West Hotel
    Uxbridge Road
    Goldhawk Road
    O’Donoghues Pub
    The Defector’s Weld
    Anglesea Arms
    Ravenscourt park
    West 12
    Brackenbury Village

  42. MO says:

    How about Croydon? I’d include:

    No.1 Croydon (aka 50p building)
    Kate Moss
    Surrey Street Market
    Croydon Airport
    Town Hall Clock tower
    Fairfield Halls
    Cherry Orchard Rd
    Black Sheep Bar
    House of Reeves

    I’m sure other people will have additions 🙂

  43. Anonymous says:


    Are you still taking suggestions for new prints? I’d absolutely love one of Southwark / Borough / the South Bank. Is there any chance you might do this one? It’s a great part of town, I’m sure lots of people would want to buy one…

    Ideas include:

    Borough Market
    Tate Modern
    Royal Festival Hall
    The Southwark Tavern
    The Cut
    The Old Vic / The Young Vic
    London Eye
    National Theatre
    Shakespeare’s Globe
    Millennium Footbridge
    County Hall
    The Market Porter

  44. Anonymous says:

    Please can you do fulham, including fulham road kings road, parsons green, craven cottage etc.

  45. Anonymous says:

    I second fulham, needs to include some of the pubs, what is now becoming iconic the brown cow, the white horse.
    Also fulham cemetery,
    Worlds end

  46. Anonymous says:

    How about Hampstead?
    Hampstead Heath, Royal Free Hospital, Holly Bush Pub, Parliament Hill to name a few.

  47. Hannah says:


    Famous Leytonstonians inc:

    Alfred Hitchcock
    David Beckham
    Damon Albarn
    David Bailey
    Tony Robinson
    Sir Derek Jacobi
    Graham Gooch
    Steve Harris (Iron Maiden)

    Famous sites include:

    Epping Forest (Hollow Pionds and Wanstead Flats)
    The Red Lion pub
    The North Star pub
    The Central line!
    Whipps Cross Hospital

    Generally though, it would be great to see a few more proper east London locations (not just Hackney). Stratford, Forest Gate, Leyton, East Ham etc etc.

  48. James says:

    I’m supposed to say Ruislip: but in truth there’s nothing much to draw here! Saying that, I’d love to see a West London one. I think us Ruislipians consider ourselves West Londoners at heart. So, maybe including anything from the West End, right the way through Metroland, and out to the suburbs.

  49. Olwen says:

    WEST HAMPSTEAD PLEASE! Would realllllllyy love to get one of these prints. Prettty please 🙂


  50. I would LOVE to see Westminster, Chiswick and (further afield) Paris & Los Angeles. Thank you for including my beloved Cambridge already!

  51. I would LOVE to see Westminster, Chiswick and (further afield) Paris and Los Angeles. Thank you for including my beloved Cambridge already!

    Briony xx

  52. Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget Birmingham, we are the second city of England 😀

  53. Dapo says:

    Please do consider doing on for Camberwell……………….

    Places in Camberwell

    – Camberwell Green
    – Denmark Hill
    – Burgess Park
    – Myatt’s Fields
    – William Booth College
    – South London Gallery
    – Ruskin Park
    – Cool Cat’s cafe
    – Blue Elephant Theatre
    – Angels & Gypsies
    – Canberwell College of Arts
    – The Cumbria
    – Minet Library
    – Kings’ College Hospital

  54. Olwen says:

    Walthamstow please xx

  55. James says:

    Please can you do Crystal Palace!!

    You have the Triangle
    Crystal Palace Park
    Westow House
    The Sparrowhawk
    Crystal Palace Market
    Anerley Hill
    Cafe St Germain
    Crystal Palace Antiques
    The views of London

  56. Anonymous says:

    Where has your Kensington print gone? I’m desperate to buy one!

  57. Emma says:

    Bethnal Green, Mile End, Whitechapel….

  58. Katie Wignall says:

    Please can you do one for Bow? I’ve just moved into the area and would love a print for my wall!
    Many thanks

  59. Martin Cullen says:

    Alexandra Palace?

  60. Gary Lewis says:

    Kingston! Puhlease!
    Kingston Bridge
    Banquet Records
    Canbury Arms
    Stone Hair
    Old London Rd phone boxes
    The River
    Bacchus Bar
    Market square
    Rose Theatre
    Roz Ana Indian!
    Grey Horse / Ram Jam
    Richmond Park (deer!)
    Art college
    The Albert
    Antiques market
    Old London Rd Tattoos

  61. Mike says:

    Hi there,

    I’d love to buy Clerkenwell if you could do it?


  62. Andy says:

    Would be great if you could do a Finsbury Park version?

    You could include:
    Faltering Fullback
    The Old Dairy
    The Worlds End
    Parkland Walk
    Rowans Bowling
    Cats Cafe des Artistes
    Pappagones (Both this & cats been there over 20 years!)
    Castle Climbing Centre
    Park Theatre
    and for something different Pak’s Wig World!

  63. Vikki Hawkins says:

    Can you do a C for Crouch End

  64. Emily says:

    Would love to see a Nunhead letter!

  65. Jacinda Campbell says:

    It would be great if you could do a Southfields one!

  66. Olwen says:

    Leyton and Wansted Flats xxx

  67. Jenny Hyde says:

    Queens Park, please!

  68. Victoria Prince says:

    Please consider a Pimlico print! xx

  69. Claire Taylor says:

    Please would you consider an ‘I’ one for Isleworth? 🙂

  70. Shelley says:

    Tottenham next please! You could include
    White hart lane
    Tottenham Marshes
    Ferry boat inn
    Mark Beam engine and Museum
    Lea Valley athletics (Olympics)
    Lea river and Lea Valley park

  71. Anonymous says:

    We have an Ealing print and love it! Moved into Uxbridge now though and would additionally love to own a print for here (or Hillingdon).

  72. Please, please, pleeeease can you do a Tunbridge Wells print? 😍

  73. Richard says:

    Highbury would be amazing please 🙂 the Islington one isn’t quite specific enough to feel like home..

    Highbury Fields
    Upper Street
    Highbury Barn
    Emirates Stadium
    The Four Sisters
    Hen & Chickens Theatre
    The Alwynne Castle
    St Mary Magdalene Church
    Christ Church Highbury
    The Famous Cock
    The Snooty Fox
    Highbury Tennis Courts
    Highbury Pool

    Thanks if possible 🙂
    Le Peche Mignon

  74. Belle says:

    Please please please do Crystal Palace, we’d love to put it up with our Tooting one x

  75. Sonia says:

    do you do personalised letter/map prints? Would be great for wedding gifts of the town/country they married in.

  76. Lauren Clarke says:

    Catford please! Would love to see one including the giant Catford Cat!

  77. Becks says:

    B for Brockley would be amazing!! Hilly Fields, Brockley Mess, Jam Circus, Brockley Brewery, The Orchard, Brockley Food Market….

  78. Betty Davies says:

    Don you a W? I would like Wandsworth

  79. Betty Davies says:

    Do you do a W? I would like Wandsworth

  80. Danielle says:

    We would love it if you did Bermondsey! So many cool things in the area to include: Maltby Street markets, Manzes, Jam Factory, Spa Terminus, Alaska Buildings, The Woolpack, Jose, Textile and Fashion Museum (actually, anything on Bermondsey Street!), Southwark Park, The Kernal, Bermondsey Mile, Antique Markets, The Grange, Tower Bridge Road….

  81. Anonymous says:

    Definitely more north london prints please!! I second, the Alexandra Palace, Bounds Green, Crouch end, Finsbury park, Tottenham prints!

  82. Kate says:

    Carlisle should be a consideration for the next British city 🙂

  83. Melissa says:

    We were given an ‘E for Ealing’ as a gift which we absolutely love, but have now moved to Uxbridge and thought it would be fantastic to have a matching ‘U’. Some of our Uxbridge suggestions would be:

    Uxbridge Tube Station frontage
    The Market House (historic building opposite tube station)
    Churchill’s Battle of Britain Bunker
    RAF Uxbridge
    Hillingdon House (Grade II mansion)
    Randalls (historic art deco shop)
    Windsor Street (historic, listed buildings)
    Three Tuns (pub)
    Crown & Treaty (pub)
    Queens Head (pub)
    Civic Centre
    Magistrates’ Court
    Brunel University
    The Pavillions (old shopping centre)
    St Margaret’s Church
    Church of Our Lady of Lourdes and St Michael
    St Andrew’s Church
    Martin’s Place (old restaurant on Windsor Street)

    If you could please do a ‘U for Uxbridge’, we would be extremely grateful?!
    Many thanks 🙂

  84. Anonymous says:

    H for Harrow please, loads of fantastic architecture on the Hill!

  85. Haringey please!

    Includes Crouch Hill, Harringay, Muswell Hill, Highlights: River Lea, Alexandra Palace, Bruce Castle, Jacksons Lane, Highpoint I and II, and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Salisbury Hotel, Green Lanes, Downhills park, Chestnuts park, Finsbury park, Blend cafe and lots more!

  86. Christina Morrison says:

    Hi! Can you make a custom one for Stockwell?

  87. Lianne says:


  88. Helen Robinson says:

    Please make Tufnell Park and Kentish Town 🙂

  89. Helen Robinson says:

    Please make Tufnell Park and Kentish Town

  90. Anonymous says:

    Do you have a Kilburn version? Thanks

  91. Clare Lyne says:

    One for Croydon would be great!

  92. Alex says:

    Please do a Finchley one, more North London! Here you have the Arts Depot, Tally Ho corner, Bohemia pub, tons of art deco architecture and sculpture with the Phoenix cinema and The Archer, 4 tube stops, Stephens House and Garden and a number of parks

  93. Kylie Gradley says:


    How about Kilburn for letters? You’d have to have the obligatory Poundland in there as there are 2! The Earl Derby pub, mc d’s, Greg’s, Primark the list is endless.

    Also Kensal Rise be another gooden.

  94. Claire says:

    Crouch End please!
    Some of the places you could include:
    Crouch End Clock Tower
    Dunn’s bakery
    The King’s Head
    Crouch End Picturehouse
    The Railway Tavern
    Banners restaurant
    The Earl Haig Hall
    Rileys the ice cream cafe

  95. Claire says:

    Please could you do a Carlisle print? could include:

    Carlisle Castle,
    Brunson Park
    Hadrian’s Wall
    The Great Border City
    Carlisle Utd
    Olga the fox
    Lowry Hill
    Bitts park
    Carlisle Cathedral
    River Eden
    Rickerby Park
    The Sands
    Hardwicke Circus

  96. Karen Chaplin says:

    What about a London Coffee Shop one – there are so many cool coffee shops in London

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