Baker Street is a very famous area of Central London and has many massage services operating here such as the ones listed below.
When you have finished your massage session you can pop into the many pubs, restaurants and shops that are based here.
Postcode: W1 and NW1 / Underground Travel: Bakerloo Line / Zone: 1
Baker Street was the home of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, who lived at 221b Baker Street. Since 1940 the Special Operations Executive have been based on Baker Street, they are often nicknamed the 'Baker Street Irregulars' after Sherlock Holmes' gang of helpful street urchins.
The area is in the Marylebone district of the City Of London. The first Madame Tussaud's was opened here and it has even been immortalized in Gerry Rafferty's famous song 'Baker Street.' The Beatles also had their Apple Boutique shop in he area in the 1960's.
If you are in the area on a cold day then go for a pint at The Volunteer with its roaring coal fire. It service locals beers and British tapas as well as a menu that changes every day. Another traditional local pub is The Globe Tavern, which is rumored to be haunted. They serve good fish ans chips and other pub grub and have a wide range of fruit machines and arcade games it that is your thing.
The Galvin Brothers Bistro De Luxe is situated on baker Street if you want upmarket French cuisine, which has been rated by Time Out magazine as one best eateries in London. there is also the Japanese restaurant, Nambu Tei, if your tastes are for Asian food.
If your tastes run to Italian food then visit Strada on Baker Street for pizza, pasts and risotto as well as a large wine selection. If you are going for tantric massage in Baker Street then it's best to wait a few hours after your massage before you start eating.