For those who like toilet humour, here’s an amusing article:
“With spiralling land prices turning even the darkest corners of London into potential goldmines, the city’s forgotten spaces, including 19th-century public toilets, are blossoming into restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
Many Victorian urinals remained abandoned for decades after World War II, but encouraged by local officials keen for fresh sources of income, the conversion wave is gathering pace.
Many embrace their lavatorial heritage, like “The Convenience” — a coffee shop that opened in the trendy district of Hackney in 2013, “WC” — a wine bar in Clapham in south London — and “ArtsLav” — a performing arts space in Kennington.”
Lift the lid on this entertaining topic at: Old toilets transformed into new London restaurants – Travel and Leisure – nation.co.ke.