The two Ks are the most fashionable, and therefore most expensive districts of London. Kensington, from Fulham Road, north, includes a lot of good restaurants (see our food and drink section), as well as the museum district (Natural History, Science, Victoria and Albert) - both are best reached from South Kensington Tube. Kensington High Street is a shopping area, but with little originality. There are some spectacular houses on either side of the High Street, which stretch north to Holland Park and south towards Fulham. Also here is the Royal Albert Hall, the Albert memorial and Kensington Palace.
Knightsbridge is famous for Harrods - which we only visit for the Food Hall which is classier than anything else in the store by a long stretch (see our shopping section). People with both taste money to spend head for 'Harvey Nicks' next door. Apart from the Brompton Oratory and the Orthodox Cathedral there's little else here, though Walton Street, which joins the two Ks is a very pleasant ramble.