Eight years in the past, Pai was born in a storage in West London.

Quick-forward to 2015 and we nonetheless manufacture and distribute each one in all our merchandise from our (considerably bigger!) HQ within the capital.

Born and bred right here within the metropolis, Pai is one very proud Londoner! Nowadays that’s unchanged; members of our workforce now hail from all around the world, however everybody continues to consider London as ‘house.’

With the climate lastly brightening, it’s a superb alternative to share a few our hidden gems for lounging, consuming and exploring within the capital…

St. Dunstan’s in the East

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Only a brief stroll from Cannon St station in central London, you’ll stumble throughout the ruins of a medieval church that was bombed through the Second World Conflict.

With simply its shell remaining, climbing crops quickly grew – which led to its opening as a public backyard in 1967. St Dunstan’s loved an overhaul earlier this yr and now offers a magical spot for a shady lunch within the midst of the town.

Maltby Street Market

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This one’s not fully hidden, but it surely’s nonetheless a gem! Located in Bermondsey, Maltby provides all of the fares of a superb avenue market – with out the vacationer bustle of Borough.

Arrive early on a Saturday morning for a browse and luxuriate in a leisurely breakfast at St. John.


Eltham Palace

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Eltham Palace boasts eclectic structure (the Artwork Deco home is especially gorgeous) plus 19-acre gardens. These present the proper spot for a summer time picnic within the South East of London – we advocate nabbing a spot to calm down close to the moat!

A travel-inspired youngsters’s play space proves standard whereas the extravagant Tudor Corridor is a superb place to discover on a Sunday afternoon.

Franks Café

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With summer time making a gradual however regular look, Frank’s is nicely value a go to. It’s one other jewel within the crown of the capital – this time situated on the roof of a multi-storey automotive park in Peckham.

Frank’s boasts unimaginable views throughout London, plus a mouthwatering menu – we love the smoked aubergine!

Our advice? Arrive early night and decide a major spot to look at the sundown, cocktail in hand.