With "good home cooking" as the basis of everything it teaches, you can buy a gift voucher towards a class or a longer course - suitable from absolute beginners to those wanting to master their skills.
The Cookery School at Little Portland Street, which is one of the leading cookery schools in the capital, runs its kitchen with the environment in mind, using sustainable, primarily organic ingredients, so it's an ethical gift as well. Gift vouchers start from £50 here.
For both the candle lover and art enthusiast
A candle with a difference is the new PyroPet - which slowly exposes a metal sculpture as it melts away.
With a range that includes cats, dogs, reindeers and even dragons, 54 Celsius is behind the uniquely stunning yet also slightly creepy Pyropet candles that reveal the skeleton of the creature as its finale.
Creator Thorunn Arnadottir came up with the idea when she was studying at the Royal College of Art in London and turned it into a start-up candle business with Dan Koval.
Pyropet as an attention-grabbing art piece for the home is now being sold in art galleries and independent stores across the city along with online.
Floral experts have devised a selection of mood-boosting stems that include large yellow chrysanthemums as a happy colour and stress buster and playful gerbera daisies, known as air purifiers to improve respiration and promote a restful night's sleep. There are also white oriental lilies, often used in aromatherapy to treat headaches and depression and high altitude roses with a relaxing scent.
There are also special Christmas bouquets with festive titles like Mrs Claus Bouquet, Red Robin and Christmas Bells.
Serenata delivers across London and further afield across the UK with free next day delivery on orders placed as late as 10pm, seven days a week. That means that you don't have to worry if you are doing very last-minute shopping before Christmas. View various bouquets here.
For ballet fans
So cute you could just eat them... and you can. The Royal Opera House in London has teamed up with gourmet food company Biscuiteers to produce adorable ballerina biscuits.
Prettiest biscuits you've ever seen from the Royal Opera House and Biscuiteers
Sea Soul Blessings is inspired by the sea and also helps it too - bu donating to environmental causes for every sale.
With messages like "may you be courageous", Sea Soul Blessings aims to help people overcome their inner critic, find greater compassion for themself and others and move forward with greater confidence.
For the gamer
Add a little fun to a gamer's life with this Spyro The Dragon collectable, phone and controller holder from Cable Guys.
Spyro is a useful dragon to have around
It's just 8 inches tall but Spyro, from the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, is the ideal size to charge and hold smartphones, gaming controllers and even TV remotes. It's suitable for both PlayStation and Xbox controllers and looks adorable.
Spyro The Dragon is available at various retailers including Smyth's toy shops or Game stores from around £19.
For the gadget lover
Lumpy mashed potato is a thing of the past with the Masha gadget - the new piece of kitchen tech.
This electric hand-held electric masher uses a special rotor-cone technology so people can make creamy mashed potato, butternut squash or even guacamole to the standard of top restaurants.
The Masha in action
Along with mashing veg, this handy piece of equipment can help to create smooth baby food or even help to whip up a silky hummus or whisk up batters for Yorkshire pudding and sponge cakes with the change of a blade.
The Masha costs around £39.99 and is available at Lakeland stores in London.