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About Aldgate

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Aldgate is in east central London, and has two postcode areas, namely EC3 and E1. The area is dominated by large buildings including the Gherkin. Aldgate has become a gateway to lively attractions such as Petticoat Lane, Brick Lane and Old Spitalfields markets as well as many exciting bars, clubs and restaurants. The appearance of Aldgate has changed significantly over the centuries and today the area is a vibrant hub with many attractions and venues for your entertainment.

If you work, live or are visiting Aldgate and you are searching for some really good female company, then Diamond Escorts, London's no 1 agency should be your first port of call. Any one of their absolutely gorgeous and sexy Aldgate escorts can be at your door within forty five minutes and would be happy to keep you company. There is an escort in Aldgate for every occasion and for every preference. Whether you would prefer a blonde and busty babe, a curvy naughty brunette or a sexy Asian chick, there is an Aldgate escort for everyone.

If you would prefer to wine and dine your Aldgate escort then there are many nice local restaurants for you to choose from. The Barcelona Tapas Bar is a great place to take the escorts in Aldgate. It has a bright, vibrant interior and serves some first class food. Alternatively Number 49 Restaurant has a varied menu with traditional and exotic dishes along with an inviting and friendly atmosphere. Enjoy an intimate and romantic meal with your Aldgate escort.

For evening entertainment head to the Rhythm Factory. It has a great reputation for fantastic music with performers from all over the world, it's a real gem in the heart of the town. You can have a few drinks and really let your hair down.

If you need a place to have some naughty one on one fun with your Aldgate escort then you can choose from a number of nearby hotels including the Novotel, The Andaz, or the Threadneedles Boutique Hotel. All have plenty of onsite facilities including swimming pools, saunas and gyms and are highly recommended by the Aldgate escorts and their clients.

The Aldgate escorts are stylish, fashionable and always well presented. These girls wouldn't look out of place in any of the glossy magazines on the shelves. The escorts in Aldgate are sexy, sophisticated and always do whatever they can to make your appointment special. They are totally dedicated to providing you with a memorable personal service.

Below you will find a list of venues where your Aldgate escort will be more than happy to visit and offer you that very special memorable evening of exceptional enjoyment which we are certain you will remember for a very long time.

What to See in Aldgate

The Dalí Universe

The Dalí Universe

Dalí Universe was a permanent exhibition of art works by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí which was housed in a 3,000 square metre (32,000 square feet) suite of galleries at County Hall in London, England.

It opened its doors in 2000 to Dali’s discerning public and closed in January 2010 due to a relocation requirement. It re-opens at a different location in Spring 2010. The exhibition contains over 500 works, including sculptures dating from 1935–1984, drawings, lithographs, gold and glass objects and a Dalí-inspired furniture collection. Unfortunately the exhibition did not feature any of the major paintings created by Dali, except for a huge oil on canvas from Alfred Hitchcock film Spellbound made in 1945. The exhibition original curator was Beniamino Levi, who worked with Dalí on the development of his sculptures.

Dalí created the Teatro Museo in his home town of Figueres in Catalonia. There are also Salvador Dalí Museum’s in St. Petersburg, Florida, and a Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades, California, both in the United States of America. A forth museum is situated in Paris, the Espace Dali, another independent gallery devoted to the works of the surrealist artist.

Contact Details:

County Hall
Riverside Building, Southbank
London
SE1 7PB

Tel: 0207 450 7621


The Monument

The Monument

The Monument, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, commemorates the Great Fire of London of 1666. The Monument stands at 202 ft and is a tall stone Roman Doric column in the City of London located in close proximity to the northern end of London Bridge. Its location at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill is reportedly the place where the Great Fire of London started in 1666. Another monument, the Golden Boy of Pye Corner identifies the point near Smithfield where the fire eventually stopped. Monument tube station takes its name from the monument, which was constructed during the period 1671 to 1677; it is reputedly the tallest isolated stone column in the world.

The monument is constructed from Portland Stone and was intended by design to replicate a fluted Doric column, topped with a gilded urn of fire. It stands at 202 ft in height which supposedly marks the monument's distance to the site of Thomas Farynor, the king's baker's shop in Pudding Lane, where the fire began.

Access to the top of the monument is reached by climbing up the narrow winding staircase of 311 steps. In the mid – 19th Century a cage was added at the top of the Monument to prevent people jumping off, after six people had committed suicide between 1788 and 1842.

Three sides of the base of the monument carry inscriptions in Latin. The south side describes actions taken by Charles II following the fire, the one on the east describes how the monument was started and brought to perfection, and under which mayors. The north quadrant describes how the fire started, how much damage it caused, and how the fire was extinguished and the west side of the base displays a sculpture, by Caius Gabriel Cibber, in alto and bas relief, of the destruction of the City; with King Charles II, and his brother, James, the Duke of York, surrounded by Liberty, Architecture, and Science, giving instructions for its restoration.

Contact Details:

18 Fish Street Hill
London
EC3R 6DB

Tel: 0870 608 2777


The Design Museum

The Design Museum

The Design Museum is a world leading museum dedicated to contemporary design in every form from furniture to graphics architecture to industrial design. It is working towards placing design at the centre of contemporary culture.

It reveals both the richness of the creativity to be found in all forms of design, and there importance. Design is a hugely fertile field of inventive new works, as well as a key component to underpinning the modern economic existence. Design is potentially providing a means for understanding the contemporary world, and offering the potential for making it an improved place. The Design Museum’s mission is to celebrate, entertain, and inform.

A quarter of a century ago, Terence Conran one of the UK’s most renowned designers, founded the forerunner of the Design Museum, the Boilerhouse, in the basement of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. As deliberated, the Boilerhouse quickly outgrew the V&A and in 1989 it relocated to become the Design Museum, in an architecturally striking transformation of a Thameside warehouse near Tower Bridge.

Since then it has emerged as an institution with international status and significance, playing a vital role in making design and architecture a part of the cultural agenda moving forward.

The museum remains an independent registered charity, run as a charity governed by a board of trustees. It is supported by a vigorous range of income generating activities from ticket sales, its café, its shop and its events programme and by development income. Since 2005 it has also received an annual grant from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.

Contact Details:

Shad Thames
London
SE1 2YD

Tel: 0207 403 6933

Restaurants in Aldgate

Barcelona Tapas Bar y Restaurante

Barcelona Tapas Bar y Restaurante

Colossal windows and high ceilings create a spacious backdrop, marque majolica swirls, Gaudi-style architectural mosaics & vibrant citrus colours that mark out each division of this small but esteemed Barcelona Tapas chain.

Consistently distinguishing are the company’s acclaimed snacks, of which this East London satellite provides them in abundance. Stalwart traditionals the likes of albóndigas, croquetas, sizzling prawns in garlic and the renowned patatas bravas are present, but thankfully the captivating menu strays far beyond the norm. A contingent of hand-carved hams, charcuterie & Spanish cheeses, which include fruity accompaniments, star on this brilliant menu. Some of the more unusual offerings include fabada asturiana (gutsy pork & white bean stew with chorizo & morcilla) or chistorra sausage seasoned with pimentón, cumin & paprika. The restaurant also boasts an array of tasty seafood morsels the choice extending to Galician black mussels with tomato, garlic & white wine sauce and xató de Sitges a salad of salt cod, tuna & anchovies with romesco sauce.

The first rate food has helped to place this superb Tapas restaurant among some of the best London has to offer. With extremely helpful staff on hand to guide you through the menu, a friendly and relaxing atmosphere and a great wine selection a visit to Barcelona Tapas Bar y Restaurante is a must.

Contact Details:

15 St Botolph Street
London
EC3A 7DT

Tel: 0207 377 5111


Number 49 Restaurant

Number 49 Restaurant

Peering in from the frontage of this somewhat unassuming Restaurant, Number 49 has an ace up its sleeve and hides a pleasant secret, a appealing 80-seater garden terraced area tacked on inconspicuously to one side of this eatery. Located in Aldgate High Street it is easy to find but equally as easy to pass by, don’t the restaurant carries a fantastic reputation.

On entering the venue, a few surprises still await the weary traveller, vintage travel posters and an imposing, art deco-style bar creating a jovial mood. There’s a placid bias towards deep satisfying reds on the short, international wine list, which tender plenty of gurgling below the £20 mark. A strong showing from the New World proliferates the wine menu, making it interesting and varied.

Lunchtime nourishment comes in the form of tiered club sandwiches, appetising burgers, complimented by more exotic offerings such as piri-piri chicken or stir-fried beef with vegetables. The evening menu is more limited and runs until 10pm.

The restaurant is situated in Aldgate High Street which makes locating this venue very easy and worthwhile. Easily reach by the London transportation network and set in an up and coming are of the City make a visit to the restaurant and area an enjoyable experience.

Contact Details:

48-49 Aldgate High Street
London
EC3N 1AL

Tel: 0207 265 0975


Kasturi Indian Restaurant

Kasturi Indian Restaurant

A blessing for diners who admire curry, not the standard ghee-derived cholesterol served in many a pretentious curry house, Kasturi specialises in the Pakhtoon authentic and rustic cooking style of the North-West Frontier.

The lighter, healthier cuisine on offer, bypasses ghee-drenched excesses in favour of freshly sourced and naturally prepared meat and vegetable juice accompaniments. The kitchen produces fantastic completely enjoyable results, by managing to eliminate some of that syrupy curry house richness, enabling those curry connoisseurs to taste the difference.

Starters includes shammi kebab or perhaps pan-fried crab masala, before trying a Hyderabadi biryani, zeera chicken spiked with garlic & cumin, or dahi machli, a favourite tilapia fillet based dish of the region.

Prices are very reasonable, service is first class with the waiting staff displaying knowledge of the menu and regional cooking style. At the same time making sure the diners experience is memorable. There is a good selection for vegetarians on the menu, and the well thought out but fairly simplistic wine menu which more than passes muster. The only real cavil concerns the décor, which would benefit from rejuvenation and the rather cramped table organisation, although this does have it advantages.

Contact Details:

57 Aldgate High Street
London
EC3N 1AL

Tel: 0207 480 7402


Luna Restaurant

Luna Restaurant

On the original site of Charlie’s Dead restaurant, the Luna lounge bar and restaurant is the most recent venture from a family business that has been feeding and watering the City for more than thirty years.

One-time catering supremo Carlo Cacchioli is give advice on the menu, which has a strong Italian prejudice but few real surprises. Here you will find beef carpaccio, tagliatelle with meatballs, & spalla de maiale, a regional Italian favourite, which consists of slow-roast shoulder of pork with cannellini beans, tomatoes & garlic. Complimented by some international essential which include a well presented fish pie & beef Stroganoff.

The bar stocks a regulation range of beers, shooters, classic long drinks & wines, but check out the signature Luna cocktail, Halibu, Hennessey VSOP brandy with Malibu & ice, introduced to Luna by jeweller to the stars Yianni Constantinou.

Contact Details:

3 Middlesex Street
London
E1 7AA

Tel: 0207 247 4225


The Bevis Marks Restaurant

The Bevis Marks Restaurant

Nothing could be further from the ancient Jewish settlements of Eastern Europe than this stylish modern-day kosher restaurant huddled in the peaceful confines of London’s oldest synagogue, located in the Middlesex Street within the London E1 district.

The menu which offers a Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner option, takes traditional Ashkenazi essential and gives them an iconoclastic twist, but also serves them alongside more cosmopolitan dishes. Your starter might consist of Szechuan seared tuna with crunchy bean shoot salad, or chopped liver with fig, red onion & almond compote. The main courses include: herb-crusted salmon with pea purée & sorrel sauce, or salt beef with frites, beetroot and fresh horseradish. Side orders include latkes & tzimmes, while desserts promise anything from summery rose water-scented fruit salad to fig & almond tart with cinnamon ice cream.

The wine list includes a number of Israeli bottles alongside some grand French appellations & a fistful of Californians all designed to fully compliment the exceptionally thought out menu.

Contact Details:

Bevis Marks
London
EC3A 5DQ

Tel: 0207 283 2220

Entertainment in Aldgate

Proud Cabaret

Proud Cabaret

The Proud Cabaret brand has taken the capital, London, by storm over recent years, offering a professional take on the capital’s favourite nights out. Proud Cabaret, located just outside Fenchurch Street station, making access to this venue a breeze, brings the opulent 1920s speakeasy environment to a night out with all the glamour of a bygone era and fantastically decadent entertainment. Burlesque performers, chanteuses, top DJs and, of course, the very best in Cabaret from around the country perform on a regular basis and play to the crowd.

Every night from Monday to Saturday Proud Cabaret presents its celebrated Supper club, delivering excellent food compliment by the stunning surroundings of the dimly lit dining room, highlighted in purple velvet and pink silk. The old style jazz played by live musicians as you dine is just the start to a great evening’s entertainment.

Proud Cabaret menus vary from an A la carte menu containing many favourites, to set menus and bar food, all of which are available nightly, traditional dishes with a contemporary twist all to be enjoyed.

Indulge by visiting this ever popular entertainment venue, make a night of it and emulsify in the addictive, relaxed and thoroughly spectacular surroundings, take in the cabaret and soak up the mesmerising atmosphere.

Contact Details:

1 Mark Lane
London
EC3R 7AH

Tel: 0207 283 1940


Corney and Barrow

Corney and Barrow

Tastefully illuminated brick arches dismiss any sense of basement located gloom in this classy Corney and Barrow wine bar. Situated on Jewry Street in the heart of the capital’s East Central District and close to the financial throb of London, there is always something happening here.

Entertainment is not restricted to just the sport available on the big screen, but offers alternatives with resound around wine tastings, great DJ nights and the now immortal corporate quizzes, where all comers are welcome.

Gourmet delights are provided by the lunchtime brassiere menu, which could put forward salmon fishcakes with lemon mayonnaise, seasonal wild mushroom risotto or a 28-day matured Scottish sirloin steak with all the trimmings.

In the evenings, there are lighter diversions on the simplified menu, possibly including Thai-spiced chicken skewers, chunky chips & nachos among the offerings. The long drinks list embraces inexpensive house wine as well as a limited selection of fine vintages, & there are bottles of Bombardier ale or Sheppy’s Oakwood cider to imbibe.

With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, friendly and helpful staff and a great location with the added benefits of entertainment in one form or another , all in all a brilliant night out in the City.

Contact Details:

37 Jewry Street
London
EC3N 2EX

Tel: 0207 680 8550


The Pipeline

The Pipeline

When the World economy faltering, caused the latest credit crunch, The Swedish Owner of the Pipeline decided to quit banking and embark on his dream to open a rock ’n’ roll bar – in the unlikely setting of Petticoat Lane, a brave decision.

An austere white and brick interior might initially suggest a clinical hospital outpatient waiting room, this aside, put it down to Nordic minimalism, the clients won’t get value for money cocktails such as Lennart, a Xante pear Cognac based concoction , supplemented with lime & lemonade, on the NHS.

Scandinavian tastes run to Lonkero, a gin & sparkling grapefruit pre-mix not normally seen outside Finland, but now enjoyed by the quaffers of the City. While bottled beers, draught options are not available, include Lapin Kulta another unusual inclusion. A selective Wines list, well assembled and favourably priced is complimented by some tasty Nordic nibbles, which include meatballs, pickled herrings & cheese platters.

Live music and stand-up comedy are regularly featured, whilst a vintage Wurlitzer blasts out classics including Johnny Thunders’ cover of surf classic ‘Pipeline’ until midnight or later. A great venue with a fantastic atmosphere.

Contact Details:

94 Middlesex Street
London
E1 7DA

Tel: 020 7377 6860


The Nag's Head Gentlemen's Venue

The Nag's Head Gentlemen's Venue

The Nag’s head is situated in Whitechapel Road; close to Aldgate and Aldgate East Underground Stations, within 10 minutes of the Centre of London. There is an entry fee to come in but with the spectacular shows on offer, nobody get a free lunch, and you only get what you pay for in this world, exotic, high class girls who are more than happy to perform for you.

We are one of the original gentleman’s club’s in London, and boast over 25 beautiful girls who perform topless with main feature a fully nude pole dancing act on stage. The Girls will even do private lap dancing for you in the privacy of one of the VIP areas in the venue.

The Nag’s Head allows visitors to unwind in the welcoming pub atmosphere and catch up on all the top sporting fixtures on the big screen. With continuous Stage Exotic Pole Dancing by Beautiful and Sexy Girls from all around the world also on offer.

Come join us for some Fun.

Contact Details:

17-19 Whitechapel Road
London
E1 1DU

Tel: 0207 426 0830
Fax: 0207 655 4890


The Rythm Factory

The Rythm Factory

Situated in the heart of London’s East End, famed for its entertainment venues, friendly and welcoming locals and special nights out, The Rhythm Factory keeps up the endearing reputation.

The Rhythm Factory parades as a cafe-bar by day but transforms into a top entertainment venue by night. Live bands pedal there wears during weekday evenings; many a great night can be had with the talent on display. At the weekend, the club plays host to a variety of nights with DJ's playing hip hop, house, breakbeats, drum'n'bass depending on the night.

Loud music a great atmosphere and a great selection of beverages, makes the Rhythm Factory a must to visit during any stay in London.

Conract Details:

16-18 Whitechapel Road
Shadwell
London
E1 1EW

Tel: 0207 375 3774

Where to Stay in Aldgate

Andaz Hotel

Andaz Hotel

There is a kaleidoscope of ethnicity embedded in the walls of Andaz one of London’s most popular hotels based near Liverpool Street Station, London.

Whether it’s the chronicle of Liverpool Street or the panache of London, as a client you will discover it in the adornment and architecture of the hotel. The Andaz is boasts a great art collection throughout, which proliferates the walls, many books for the use of our guests, and we make sure the hotel is always adorned with flowers in subtly placed vases to make the clientele feel relaxed.

The hotel prides itself on the food it prepares and delivers to the restaurant tables and the bar is great places to relax, unwind and let the cares of the day pass each and every guest by. Share the experience with the staff who are here to make sure each guest enjoys there stay, embrace the company of those guests who live in the area and gather in the local bars and cafes to live life to the full.

Contact Details:

40 Liverpool Street
London
EC2M 7QN

Tel: 0207 961 1234
Fax: 0207 961 1235


London Novotel Hotel London Bridge

London Novotel Hotel London Bridge

After a recent renovation, The London Bridge Novotel boasts a 4 star rating and deservedly so. The hotel is located in the City of London within a stone’s throw of London Bridge, St Paul’s and close to the River Thames, making access a breeze.

Offering 7 meeting rooms and Wi-Fi internet access throughout the hotel is an ideal location to base yourself whether your visit is business based or just a pleasure break. The rooms are very comfortable, and although the location is very central quite and relaxing. With a 24/7 service, you can enjoy food or drink at any time and as an added bonus the hotel boasts a wellness centre, so if you do happen to over indulge you can work of those extra calories. Alternatively you can indulge in a Sauna or stream room experience relaxing away the aches and pains of the day. Relaxation is paramount to ensuring your stay is an enjoyable experience.

The hotel is an ideal location for visiting some of London’s major visitor attractions, and with the local transport network offering easy access to all parts of London the sites and sounds of the capital are at hand. Take a short tube ride to visit the London Eye, Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge or the West End theatre and shopping areas.

Alternatively the city’s Financial and Economical districts are within easy reach, making Novotel a great business base for working or arranging that vital business meeting.

Contact Details:

10 Pepys Street
London
EC3N 2NR

Tel: 0207 265 6000
Fax: 0207 265 6060


Threadneedles Boutique Hotel

Threadneedles Boutique Hotel

This beautifully regenerated old banking hall is now a glorious and stunning 5-star hotel offering free Wi-Fi and attractive, boutique-style rooms in the heart of the London City, the London business and financial district.

In the shadow of the Bank of England, the centre of Britain’s commercial hub, Threadneedles, has a superlative location, within minutes of the Lloyd's Building, the Strand, the Tate Modern, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London and Shakespeare's Globe theatre.

The original building was constructed 1856 and used as warehousing, now, the hotel mingles contemporary lavishness, high-tech facilities with stunning original features, including marble columns and a circular atrium with a remarkable 19th-century stained-glass dome.

All of the sumptuous and graceful air-conditioned rooms have Frette Egyptian cotton bed linen, iPod docking stations and plasma flat-screen TVs complete with satellite channels in the bedrooms and in the en suite bathrooms.

The hotel boasts an exceptional restaurant, Bonds which proudly provides modern British cuisine making an evening dining experience a memorable happening. There is a choice of superb luxury breakfasts available each morning, complemented by room service, which is available 24 hours a day.

Contact Details:

5 Threadneedle Street
London
EC2R 8AY

Tel: 0207 657 8080


The Bridge Hotel

The Bridge Hotel

Positioned in the heart of London, The Bridge Hotel offers comfortable accommodation at reasonable prices. Located close to the some of London’s most famous tourist attractions, the Bridge Hotel offers its guests a very pleasant experience during a stay with us.

The Bridge Hotel offers varying accommodation options all complete with the usual in-room facilities, tea and coffee making, a refrigerator and the obligatory television. A continental breakfast is included in the room rate and served in our restaurant café. The Hotel offers a continental evening menu served in the restaurant where the chef creates superb food courses on a daily basis.

Being located close to the historical Elephant and Castle and within minutes walking distance form many of London’s attractions, the hotel also benefits from its close proximity to the City, London’s Financial Hub. Whether your stay in the capital is a pleasure trip or a business visit, you can be assured that the Bridge Hotel will make every effort to ensure your stay is as hassle free as possible.

Contact Details:

30 Borough Road
London
SE1 0AJ

Tel: 0207 593 1300
Fax: 0207 593 1400


Guoman Hotel Tower

Guoman Hotel Tower

Serenely located on the banks of the River Thames, within close proximity to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, the hotel benefits from its ideal central position. Close to the City, London’s financial district, this modern four-star hotel offers 801 well-equipped bedrooms, apartments and suites, all with superb views.

The Hotel also offers additional facilities which include, City Club floor with gym facilities and early check in guaranteed by 1000, 19 air-conditioned meeting rooms and a wide range of restaurants including a lounge. Car parking and a water taxi to nearby Canary Wharf for easy access to the financial area are available, both at an additional charge.

The hotel offers a range of dining experiences and guests can choose from the Carvery which serves traditional English cuisine, with daily roasts and specialities, our contemporary restaurant, The Brassiere, which is available for fine-dining, serving affordable, tasty meals. The Gallery Café offers afternoon teas, sandwiches and snacks. The Xi bar is an informal bar boasting splendid views of Tower Bridge, whilst the commotion coffee bar serves deli-style foods, freshly made sandwiches and salads, specialising in variety coffees and including a full bar service.

Contact Details:

St Katharine's Way
London
E1W 1LD

Tel: 0845 305 8335
Fax: 0845 305 8374