You’ve successfully completed your relocation to London. Which means you are living there. This means that you’ll most likely have a place of your own. Which in turn means that you’ll need to stock it with the basic essentials. Which means only one thing: Going grocery shopping.
Now that you’re living in London and are getting your groceries and takeaways delivered right to your front room, you need to explore the other delicious treats and fancies that you can have delivered with a click of your mouse.
If you’re living in London there are a million reasons to get your groceries delivered, and you can use these handy excuses for the folks back home when they ask you why you don’t go grocery shopping any more:
Living in London means that you’re living in one of the world capitals for shopping, fashion and fine items. London has some fairly unique shopping areas, but if you’re an American moving to London you may be slightly put off by the fact that there are not many super-malls here, something other American expats living in London have already become accustomed to. Shopping areas are along the high street and spread out across the city. Each neighborhood will have its own streets that contain all of the shops you need, but if you’re new to London and want to explore some of the famous areas then you’ll have to head into central London and splash some cash around.