London deli hides elaborate Roman dining hall

London's building boom has also produced a boom for archaeologists by uncovering the city's Roman past. Recent finds include a 2nd century dining room decorated with plaster murals.

"It is incredibly rare to have this much decorated plaster of such high artistic quality," said Museum of London archaeologist Sophie Jackson. "It must have been from the dining room of a very wealthy merchant or senior official living in the city centre."