David Beckham has turned London tour guide in honour of the 2012 Olympics.
Tony Lane's Pie & Mash shop better prepare some extra seating, as the East London eatery is about to get very busy indeed.
David Beckham is taking his Olympics ambassador role rather seriously, sharing his top ten tourist hot spots in Britain that he recommends for visitors to the London 2012 games.
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Top on his list is that old favourite, pie and mash, which he describes as "an insider's tip for a real East London food experience" with Tony Lane's pie and mash shop in Waltham Abbey "a favourite".
Becks is a big fan of the place, having shared photos of his trips there on many occasions.
He also goes to the other extreme by listing exclusive restaurants like Cecconi's.
David Beckham also gives tips on where to go based on his own family's preferences, with pearls of wisdom such as: "Kids can't get enough of theme parks as I know being a father of four".
In his guide on behalf of national tourism agency VisitBritain, compiled for a smartphone app, David also reveals: "Britain is famous for its countryside" which is best enjoyed with a "bracing walk".
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As well as recommending London's Royal Parks, Becks suggests a trip to Buckingham Palace, and the footballer also gives sport a mention by advising visitors to go to a Premier League football match or play a round of golf at St Andrews.
Victoria Beckham no doubt had a hand in Becks' shopping suggestions, which include her teenage favourite of Camden Market.
Take a look at David's top ten below.
1. Take a tour of Buckingham Palace
2. Experience some real East London food at Tony Lane's Pie & Mash shop
3. Go on a stadium tour of Old Trafford and the new Wembley
4. Grab some fresh air at one of the Royal Parks like Hyde, The Regent's or Richmond
5. Play a round of golf at St Andrews
6. Go shopping at Manchester's Northern Quarter, or markets like Camden, Portobello or Spitalfields
7. Take the kids to Thorpe Park or on the Harry Potter tour
8. Don't miss London's theatre scene and plays like War Horse or Jersey Boys
9. Eat at Ceconnis or NOPI in London
10. Go for a walk in the countryside and stop off at a pub along the way