What baffles me about London is the lack of road rules, customer service and milk bars. Give me a BBQ chook shop with a milkshake to go, please!

London’s best-kept secret The Khas Tandoori on Chamberlayne Road, NW10. I have been going for eight years and it is undoubtedly the best, most affordable Indian restaurant in London. Even David Cameron thinks so!

When I want to chill out I go to my rooftop garden terrace in Putney. I should start charging people to check out the view.

Fellow travellers and musical celebrities are the most interesting people I’ve met in London. They all have unique, interesting or shocking tales to tell. One is Howard Marshall in Camden. If anyone bumps into him, buy him a cider and take a seat.

As an Aussie, the things I miss the most about home are my family and friends, the sea air, an outback starry night, the smell of freshly mowed grass and the eternal ‘sky space’.

My favourite place for a drink is a tough one, but a couple are The Castle, Battersea; and The Old Ship, on the Thames in Hammersmith.

For when you’re hungover in London you can’t beat a Bloody Mary and a hearty pub meal.

Nothing gets me up in the morning – I am NOT a morning person.

My idea of a perfect weekend is a great market followed by drinks and dinner with friends, or a really great gig with my band, LEGS 11.

The biggest faux pas I’ve ever made was when I trod on this guy at a charity ball and swore as I was apologising. It was Prince William.

The last naughty thing I did was travel to Majorca to immerse myself in Spanish culture, only to have a one-night stand with an Australian!

Five words that sum up London … transient, spontaneous, multicultural, historical and architecturally beautiful.