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Food really nice as well as the atmosphere. Unfortunately we had a couple of lack with the service that’s why we decide to remove the service charge from the total bill. I’m sorry but as I’m working in the hospitality I can’t admit to step up and grab/serve my wine when the ice bucket is placed far away from my table more then once during a Monday lunch where there was just another table seated in the room. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Came here on recommendation of a good friend and has to be said; it was tremendous! Shared a few starters and had delicious pizza after. Lovely bottle of Chardonnay which was adviced by our host. Only thing that was really annoying me was that the knifes of all of us werent sharp at all. I would def come again and would recommend it to friends. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Healthy food in Camden Our food matches the flow of smooth beats pumping throughout our cafe. We're proud to be dishing up deliciously fresh salads with vibrant twists on old favourites. Our keen kitchen churns out bowl after bowl every day to keep you full of food that's feeding your soul. All that being said, we're not averse to sweet treats either. The café's counters are consistently filled to bursting with handmade pastries, cakes and cookies. Pop in for the perfect pick-me-up served alongside the unbeatable flavour of Allpress Coffee, roasted here in London. Whatever takes your fancy, Music & Beans Camden are committed to honest and delicious food that's always fresh. Join us for a bite and taste the flavours putting rhythm back in the streets of Camden.More
Pucci Mayfair serves a tantalising modern menu of small seasonal plates showcasing flavours from across the Mediterranean, alongside the classic pizzas with which Pucci’s is synonymous.
The décor is bright and inviting, combining the cool exposed brick, considered light fittings and suspended greenery of a New York loft, with the charm of a traditional Italian bistro.
With its entrance on Maddox Street, Pucci Mayfair also boasts an outdoor street-side terrace for alfresco dining, or aperitivo.More
Leafy Hadley Green, just outside the north London suburb of Barnet, is home to Savoro, a contemporary neighbourhood restaurant where good design meets excellent British cuisine. The simple, clean design of the dining room with its warm earth tones and impeccably dressed tables is a reflection of the creative modern British menu. Head Chef Jackson Lopez has designed a menu based around the very best seasonal ingredients treated with the utmost respect. He employs a simple approach to combine international ideas and techniques to fabulous effect. So you might find yourself tempted by Barbary duck breast with a sweet potato mash and bok choi or indulge in some of the finest fish around sizzling from the grill. The very international wine list has clearly been created with care and intelligence. If you have enjoyed yourself so much at Savoro restaurant that you don't want to leave, just book one of the nine luxurious rooms upstairs. More
If dining in the U.K. still evokes lackluster fish and chips or sorry boiled vegetables, it’s time for a trip. Call it the renaissance of British cuisine—from revived and updated bangers and mash to regional authentic Chinese, London has rewritten its own culinary story and now proudly bears the qualities of a veritable food destination. With a population of nearly 8.8 million people and one of the most popular airports in the world, the city is a bastion of cultural and culinary diversity, from an old world Parsi café and forage-forward tasting menus, to rethought English breakfasts and markets of all types. We’ll cheers to that.