There's his Residence in Mayfair (a great, quirky cocktail spot) and his Tavern in the West End (a traditional but charming pub), but until recently I didn't know about Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour.
If you head through a secret door in Mr Fogg's Tavern and up the stairs, you'll find yourself in the most wonderful, traditional parlour.
It was like stepping into your grandma's living room and just the most adorable setting.
We were welcomed with goblets of gin (and tonic), which is always a nice way to be greeted, wouldn't you say?
As we sipped our G&Ts and admired the incredibly quaint decor, this rather fantastic fella gave us a mini lesson in gin.
We were guided through a little tasting of the two different gins in front of us.
The first one, in the little shot glass, was an Old Tom style gin, which was apparently popular in 18th Century England. I learned that it's called Old Tom because back in the old days, people revealed where you could find the gin by marking the wall with an image of a tom cat. It was slightly sweet and really rather pleasant.
Gin number two was an English tea style one, AKA the English's attempt to make gin our own. Whilst the idea of earl grey and bergamot infusions sounds nice, I didn't really like it. It was super strong and smelt better than it tasted, unfortunately.
Do you know what did taste amazing though? The gin-tea cocktail we chose.
Like, so so delicious. Like, oh-my-days-I-want-it-right-now delicious.
Shortly after, we were served a stunning three tiers of delectable afternoon tea treats.
Our savoury layer consisted of three different types of sandwich: Red Leicester and piccalilli, cucumber and cream cheese, and egg mayo. And there were also pea, red pepper and roasted tomato frittatas, which was a nice change.
It was then on to scones which were served with classic strawberry jam and clotted cream. They were quite small, but I suppose that was good considering how much food we had.
There were tiny champagne jellies as palate cleansers which were, in my opinion, somewhat random. They weren't sweet, but I guess they were kind of interesting.
Next up, incredibly silky lemon possets complete with edible flowers.
And on our final tier, we had mini banoffee pies and pavlovas.
I hadn't been sure what to expect from the food at Mr Fogg's G&Tea, but I was really pleasantly surprised. It had been delicious.
The whole idea of a gin-tea cocktail with afternoon tea sits very well with me - I think it's a super fun concept and it went down a treat. That said, it did feel a smidge like actual tea was missing from the whole affair.
With the beautiful setting of the gin parlour, that dreamy chai cocktail and those lovely chunky sandwiches, I loved the whole G&Tea experience at Mr Fogg's and would 100% go back.
Jenny and I were guests at Mr Fogg's but all opinions are my own. Find out more about the G&Tea here.