Even though sunny and warm weather is not something we get too often in England I absolutely adore Al Fresco dinning and drinking . It is surprisingly difficult to find places to do exactly that in London, maybe because of the lack of space or more likely the rather limited number of summer days, so I was more than happy to discover this little gem having walked past numerous times unaware of its existence overlooking the city. In the middle of Redchurch Street and a stones throw away from Brick Lane, the Albion roof terrace is one of the nicest places to have a drink and enjoy an impressive view over the sky scrapers of the City. Located above the Albion Caff, serving English breakfast and lunch classics and the Boundary at the Albion, an upmarket highly acclaimed restaurant, the rooftop is the perfect finishing touch to this lifestyle and eating project created by Terence Conran ( the original mind behind the Habitat furniture stores), its simple, modern yet homely feel clearly indicative of very well thought through design and concept. Whether you have a glass of wine, a snack off the food menu or just a diet coke, the roof terrace is the perfect place to absorb the essence of London from the comfort of one of their white upholstered chairs.