The perfect day in: London
A day in London with Jojo Regan from Manors Golf
Favourite coffee spot in London?
Right now I'm into Black Sheep (which has quite a few spots in town), but it depends on what's local to the office / home. 

Favourite breakfast spot London?
It would probably be Colbert in Sloane Square. It's a French brasserie style spot with quick service and a good vibe. No need to faff with breakfast, I like being in and out in 30 mins.

Favourite golf course in London?
Ealing Golf Club. It is only 20 mins drive from most of West London and has a tight, fun 18 holes. It's a good challenge but also right for players of any level. 

Favourite lunch spot in London?
Dumpling Legends in China Town. This is my go-to when I've got friends in town and want to show them some good spots. I've been 50 times and still always order way too much.

Favourite London brand?
I love what Burberry have been doing recently, especially their decision to partner with Marcus Rashford, well before his recent "Free School Meals" campaign. They always seem to hit the right tone as a brand and a synonymous with current British culture.

A London hidden gem?
Make time to visit a West End show. Combine it with an early dinner at one of the many restaurants that offers an early theatre seating and then some drinks in town after.  I never regret it - it is always such a great evening. 

Something to avoid in London?
Ubering / taking taxis around town. Sometimes taxis are useful in the evenings when traffic is not so bad, but in general it is the slowest way to get from A to B. The underground (tube) is incredible; just avoid the rush hour and then you are all good. There is no better way to move about London then in our amazing underground. It's super simple I promise.

Your favourite dinner spot in London?
Noor Jahan, in Bina Gardens. Don't care what anyone says, this is the best curry in London. Can't recommend it enough.

A hotel you recommend people to stay at in London?
It's funny because having always lived in London, so I don't ever stay at hotels. However, the most bouji spot right now is probably somewhere like Chiltern Firehouse.