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2-3 Denman Street London


152-156 Shaftesbury Avenue London

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1 Blossom Street
1 Blossom Street London
Pick your way through the seclusion of 1 Blossom Street's private garden and you may feel that you are entering another world. The smart and spacious basement restaurant is a haven for fine Italian cuisine, with a inventive menu of dishes such as spicy mussels and cannellini bean soup. Set on a side street in trendy Shoreditch, this is an ideal setting for relaxed business dining or a dressy meal with friends. Three private dining rooms.
1 Lombard Street
1 Lombard Street London
Set in an elegant Grade II-listed building, 1 Lombard Street is the address to remember for high-end dining. One of the few Michelin-starred City restaurants, its imaginative cuisine comprises gastronomic dishes with Gallic undercurrents, overseen by experienced head chef Herbert Berger. The establishment also serves modern European classics in the lively brasserie, while a circular bar tenders drinks beneath the magnificent domed skylight.
108 Marylebone Lane
108 Marylebone Lane London
Buzzy, bustling 108 Marylebone Lane is a stylish yet laid-back restaurant located just off chic Marylebone High Street. Simple, classic dishes characterise the British-led menu, produced using nearby suppliers and seasonal ingredients. The dining room with its warm tones, leather booths and gleaming bar has a cosmopolitan feel in keeping with the urbane crowd of business diners and chatty locals.
11 Abingdon Road
Modern European
11 Abingdon Road London
11 Abingdon Road is everything a neighbourhood brasserie should be: laid-back, family-friendly, easy on the eye, with an unfussy menu of modern European classics. Divided into four dining rooms, this mellow eatery caters to the couples and families of Kensington with considerable aplomb, thanks to signature seasonal dishes such as roast chump of lamb with potato cake and spinach or grilled tuna with aubergine parmigiana.
12 Temple Place Restaurant at Swissôtel The Howard
Swissôtel The Howard London
Cultivated and elegant, 12 Temple Place Restaurant is a intimate space set within the five-star Swissôtel The Howard close to the Victoria Embankment. Modelled after its international namesakes, the restaurant serves an intelligent menu of modern French cuisine delicately spiced with Asian influences. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors give access to the hotel's Garden Courtyard for outdoor dining in the summer months.
140 Park Lane Restaurant & Bar
140 Park Lane London
Smart yet friendly, 140 Park Lane serves up imaginative modern British cuisine made with seasonal ingredients to a stylish Mayfair set. A short distance from the hubbub of the West End, it offers the perfect place to take a break from shopping or arrange a business lunch. Children's menus are available.
Modern European
The Bentley Kempinski Hotel London
Named after the year in which the stately Victorian building which it occupies was built, 1880 is a discreet, elegant restaurant on the lower ground floor of the Bentley Kempinski hotel. Beneath the ornate chandeliers and ornamental ceiling, a creative grazing menu is served up alongside smart à la carte dishes and a well-crafted wine list.
2 Amici
48a Rochester Row London
Situated in Rochester Row on the Pimlico Westminster border this warm friendly neighbourhood restaurant, suited to locals, tourists and business people, has a reputation for high quality authentic Italian cuisine. Certainly its menu does not disappoint. Vegetarians are spoilt for choice with pasta, risotto and gnocchi dishes as well as pancakes filled with roasted vegetables and ricotta. Fish lovers can choose from nearly a dozen delicious seafood dishes including chef Pasquale's famous Linguini Power di Mare, a medley of seafood in a light tomato sauce. Carnivores meanwhile can tuck into such mouthwatering delights as fillet of beef with Porcini mushrooms in a white wine and gorgonzola sauce. A fine range of regional wines complement the menu but make sure you leave room for one of their delicious classic Italian desserts.
2 Bridge Place
Modern European
The Hesperia London Victoria Hotel London
Close to the bustle of Victoria station, 2 Bridge Place is a stylish cosmopolitan restaurant set within the London Hesperia Victoria Hotel. Decorated in classic contemporary style with pale walls and wood and leather seating, this engaging venue with its Mediterranean-influenced menu is ideal for an informal business lunch or a relaxing evening meal.
2 Veneti
10 Wigmore Street London
2 Veneti honours the regional Italian heritage of its owners, with an imaginative menu of sturdy Venetian dishes such as platters of fritto misto and home-made pasta with venison and Amarone wine ragoût. This charming trattoria-style restaurant, set just off Oxford Street, has a welcoming interior with an amiable, laid-back atmosphere. An extensive wine cellar specialises in wines from Venice and northern Italy.
206 for Food and Drink
Milford Hall Hotel Salisbury
Within the grounds of the family-run Milford Hall hotel at the top of Salisbury's Castle Street, 206 for Food and Drink is a comfortable, spacious restaurant serving a wide array of brasserie standards, including salads, pasta, seafood and meat dishes. The diverse menu also includes sandwiches and light snacks, while children get their own portions and there is a set option for lunch on Sundays.
26 Smithfield
26 Smithfield Street London
Right in the centre of the City bustle of Smithfield, 26 Smithfield has a back-to-basics approach to everything from its décor to its dining. Simple modern elegance characterises the spacious restaurant, with a pared-down first floor dining room, a mellow main bar and a bright roof terrace. The sturdy British menu is similarly stylish and unforced, from rump steak au poivre and home-made pies to the speciality rotisserie chicken and a renowned all-day breakfast.
3 Monkeys
136-140 Herne Hill London
The bright white interior with its feature walls and colourful photographs emphasises this restaurant's modern approach to the delivery of its aromatic Indian cuisine. Popular with south-east Londoners, 3 Monkeys has a split-level mezzanine dining area, an open kitchen and sleek presentation, but the regional cooking is traditionally prepared, using a tandoori oven, sigri and kadai grill.
3 Oceans Bar & Restaurant
2A Lodge Lane London
Situated on Lodge Lane 3 Oceans name reflects the global nature of its food drawn from both Indian and Continental cuisines. Within the premises is a spacious lounge bar with plasma screens showing sporting events, the perfect place to tuck into Eggs Benedict (£4.95) or a Full English or Veggie Breakfast (£5.95) from their Weekend Brunch menu. The weekend lunch menu reflects its dual style from Rib-eye Steak in a Ciabatta roll (£5.95) to a Chicken Tikka Masala (£6.95). Their Indian Menu has a wide choice of starters with nearly a dozen vegetarian options and mains include unusual North Indian dishes such as Baigan Bharta, sautéed aubergine with garlic and tomatoes (£4.75) alongside the classic madras, masala and biriyani dishes and for seafood lovers there's even Cod Tikka (£7)!
54 Farringdon
54 Farringdon Road London
54 Farringdon is situated in London's Clerkenwell and offers a selection of classic English and Malaysian dishes. The restaurant itself is chic and smart, using dark wooden furniture against light background to create a relaxing backdrop in which to enjoy your meal. The food uses free-range, organic and local produce to create a variety of dishes such as starters of chicken satay with peanut sauce and smoked mackerel with horseradish cream, mains that include pineapple curry and sea bass with spinach and a selection of desserts that will see you loosening your belt in anticipation! Three courses here cost an average of £35 per person.
66A Restaurant @ Cotsworld Lodge Hotel
Modern European
66A Banbury Road Oxford
Situated just ten minutes walk from Oxford's centre, the Cotswold Lodge is a four-star hotel that houses an exquisite restaurant. The 66a Restaurant blends contemporary and period décor, retaining the original fireplace, high ceilings and bay windows and setting them off with impressive wood, brass fittings, deep carpets and smart upholstery. The menu offers modern interpretations of classic English and Mediterranean cuisine, using fresh ingredients - some of which are from the owner's farm. Why not try the loin of local lamb with roasted Provencal vegetables or queen scallops served with hazelnut and coriander butter? Desserts are equally sumptuous, including vanilla pannacotta with quince compote. At around £27 for a three course meal, this is fine dining at affordable prices.
Modern European
The Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel London
In a chic setting in South Kensington's Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel, 68-86 is a smart, airy restaurant serving modern British cuisine with Pacific Rim twist. Burgundy walls and gilt mirrors create a striking dining room, which hums gently with the chatter of corporate diners and lunching shoppers. The discreet, genial ambience extends into the glass bar area and private dining room, which can seat up to 50 guests.
9 Cellars
1-3 York Place Edinburgh
Tucked away in Edinburgh's New Town, 9 Cellars comprises a labyrinthine complex of nine subterranean cellars and an airy restaurant at ground level. The cellars offer intimate nooks for romantic meals, with a well-stocked bar and snack menu, while the more formal dining room upstairs serves tasty, well-executed regional Indian cooking in warm, colourful surroundings.
A Sense Of Spice
69-71 Tavistock Street Bedford
Situated in the heart of Bedford in Tavistsock Street this is an haven for those who want to taste Indian food that has gone right back to its culinary roots. A Sense of Spice with its spacious dining area and relaxed atmosphere is the perfect venue to unwind and enjoy an authentic Indian dining experience. Its proud of its home-style cooking of regional Indian dishes including more unusual ones. Seafood lover can try dishes with native Indian fish and meat eater won't be disappointed as their menu covers everything from chicken and lamb to goat! The beautifully spiced food is complemented by an eclectic global wine list that you can mull over in the lounge area before you're taken to your table to enjoy a feasts of traditional Indian flavours.
Aagrah Restaurant - Doncaster
Great North Road Doncaster
Aagrah is a family-run group of restaurants in the north-east of England which specialise in fine Kashmiri cuisine. This Doncaster branch has a bright and relaxed ambience, with a wide range of authentic dishes on the frequently changing menu and a chatty crowd of regulars drawn by the consistently high standards and great value menus.
Abbots Restaurant and Bar
Hemmingfrod Abbots Golf complex Cambridge
Hidden away just outside Cambridge, Abbots Bar & Restaurant is decorated with a sophisticated fusion of dark reds and deep browns, creating a classy atmosphere in which to enjoy excellent cooking. The menu is created by Head chef, Simon Pollendine, who offers dishes that you might not expect to find at an old driving range. Pollendine's cooking combines the best of Mediterranean and British flavours to create intriguing food, such as chicken liver and black truffle parfait with nettle dressing, oven-baked sea trout and raspberry and champagne jelly. Wine-buffs will not be disappointed by the extensive and eclectic wine menu and at around £15 for a main course, the only irons you?ll be reaching for are the ones you eat with.
Acorn House
69 Swinton Street London
Eco-friendly Acorn House is a new breed of restaurant with a conscience in King's Cross. This socially aware eatery, partnered by the Terrence Higgins and Shoreditch Trusts, aims to support a young local workforce and maintain an environmentally sustainable standard. The food also happens to be fantastic: fresh, seasonal menus promote healthy living, with 'modern London' cuisine created by the kitchen's Roux-trained chef.
Addendum Gastro Bar
The Apex City of London Hotel London
Located in east London's Apex City of London Hotel, the light and welcoming Addendum Gastro Bar is a more casual alternative to the sleek intimacy of the neighbouring restaurant. The huge windows make the most of the picturesque views over the gardens, while the buzzy clientele relax in the airy double-height restaurant. A brasserie menu features classic and modern dishes, simply prepared using seasonal ingredients.
Addendum Restaurant
Apex City of London Hotel London
An air of understated glamour pervades the Addendum Restaurant, in contrast to its location in bustling east London. Set within the Apex City of London Hotel, the subdued amber lighting and leather booths make this an intimate and refined dining experience, ideal for wooing clients and lovers alike. The eclectic array of dishes draws on cuisines from around the world, with two AA Rosettes to support the inventiveness of the menu.
Agua at Apex City Hotel
61 Grassmarket Edinburgh
Set in the heart of Edinburgh's historic Grassmarket Agua is a stylish restaurant with a strong emphasis on Scotland's famous seafood. Choose from dishes like Cullen Skink with Smoked Peterhead Haddock (£5.50), Seared Caledonian Scallops (£12.90) or the Agua Platter from its Crustacean Menu with Oban oysters, clams, Shetland mussels and local crab (£18). The A La Carte menu has a thoughtful selection of locally sourced produce including 21-Day Aged Scotch Beef Sirloin steak and chips (£18.25). Veggies have one Starter and Main but this leaves room for a delicious dessert such as Heather Honey Crème Brûlée (£6.25) or a platter of Scottish cheeses (£9.95). Agua has a refreshingly enlightened attitude towards younger diners with a healthy Children's Menu including Toddler Tapas or Sausage and Mash Hedgehog both at £2.95.
Al Dente Ristorante
Sheraton Skyline Hotel Hayes
Situated within the Sheraton Skyline Hotel near Heathrow Airport, Al Dente's menu makes you feel like you've landed in Italy already. The starters include a classic Antipasto (£9) and vegetarians can choose from a large range of starters, pasta and risotto dishes such as Spinach Gnocchi with Gorgonzola sauce (£9/£14). Other dishes include Pork Fillet wrapped in Pancetta with an Apple and Calvados Jus to Fillet of Seabass with Sardinian Couscous both at £21. Executive Chef Marco Di Tullio has also put together a number of signature selections drawn from the A La Carte menu ranging from the 2 course "Roma" (£23) to the four course "Pisa" (£48). Leave room for one of their homemade Gelati (£6 for 3 scoops) including flavours such as pannacotta, tiramisu, red wine or basil!
Al Duca
4/5 Duke of York Street London
Al Duca, set in London's Piccadilly is approaching its tenth birthday. Opened in 1999 as part of the Pulze's 'Cuisine Collection' restaurant group, Al Duca's offers fine Italian food that has earned it a legion of loyal diners. The restaurant itself uses traditional Italian colours to evoke a warm and inviting feel; terracotta, olive and stone along with oak timber and mosaic tiling are used to great effect. The menu is suitably Italian, offering dishes such as tiger prawns with saffron vinaigrette, clam, garlic and chilli oil linguini and calf's liver with spinach, raisins and pine nuts. Three courses here cost an average of £40 per person which could be an offer you can't refuse!
Al Duomo
7 Pavillion Buildings Brighton
In a paved square overlooking the opulent domes of Brighton Pavilion, Al Duomo is a critically acclaimed family-run restaurant with southern Italian cooking on the menu. Home-made pizzas are baked in the traditional wood-fired oven, sharing the unstuffy menu with pastas, salads, mains and daily specials including freshly caught fish. Children are made welcome with their own menus, complete with crayons and colouring book. Live opera group twice a month.

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