This Spoons was a 10 minute walk from Hertford North station. Upon coming out, unable to use our Oysters, we also noticed a strange looking bus and realised we were truly not in London anymore.
This is an incongruent oasis of loveliness in a train station. Like a futuristic airport, we loved the whiteness and the bright lights and the dome like facade.
This spoons name derives from Lord Claude Hamilton of the Great Eastern Railway Company. The former ballroom of the great eastern hotel, it is pure unadulterated splendour, gorgeously ostentacious baroque architecture surrounded us as we watched the cavalcades of commuters on their way through Liverpool street station. Our kronies were £4.15 apiece, pricier than the… Read More Spoons Tours – Hamilton Hall