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Restaurants in London

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Restaurants in London

We are staying at the Le Meridien Piccadilly. What restaurants and/or pubs are good ones in that area or nearby (via tube or taxi)? Thank you!

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1. Re: Restaurants in London

You can walk to Soho and Covent Garden for an enormous amount of bars and restaurants, there's also a couple of nice pubs in Shepherds market about a 5 minute walk. If you tell us what kind of food you like we can give you recommendations.

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2. Re: Restaurants in London

Try these websites...

http://www.fancyapint.com/

http://london.menupages.com/

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We like pretty much all food except my husband is allergic to fish (not shellfish, but fish, i.e. Salmon, Halibut, etc.). We don't want to spend huge amounts of money, but want to be able to enjoy a nice dinner and a cocktail or a light lunch during the day and not break the bank.

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Honestly, there are so many options in that area, you can take a look at menus while you are out and about. Part of the fun (at least for me) is to find fun places while you're there and hopefully discovering a hidden gem or two.

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This one won't break the bank.

www.kettners.com

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Leave the hotel and turn right, take a right onto Sackville street, turn left on Vigo St, take 1. right onto Savile Row, continue until the street changes name to mill st, arrive at Windmill Mayfair pub. Oder beer and pie in the quiet dining room upstairs

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8. Re: Restaurants in London

Unless you object to chain restaurants, the Browns chain (browns-restaurants.co.uk) are all pretty decent and are doing great-value deals if you register as a 'friend' on their website and download codes or vouchers - eg their '1973' 0ffer; 2 meals for £19.73 and house wine for ten GBP a bottle- so effectively almost half the price of comparable meals- Italian influenced modern British food. The only one which has disappointed me is their Butlers Wharf branch - on the river near Tower Bridge- nowhere near your hotel, but its location more than compensates.

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Try http://www.toptable.co.uk for restaurants in the area - you can search by price range and cuisine, and there are often some good special offers available.

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10. Re: Restaurants in London

Hi Dianna, if you like Indian food one of the first places I ever ate at in Londond was Chor Bizzare, 16 Albemarle Street, Tube: Picadilly. They have a website too if you'd like to look:

http://www.chorbizarre.com/lon/index.php

I have never walked into a pub that had bad food in London so anywhere you stop in that looks busy is probably alright.

If you are willing to go over to Victoria Stn, I just wrote a post to someone else today about a great little Italian resto called Gran Paradiso on Wilton Rd.

If you are willing to go to Southwark, Londond Bridge Tube Stn, there is a yummy little tapas place called Brindisa at the corner of Southwark St and Stoney, just a touch south of St. Thomas:

www.brindisa.com/restaurants/tapas-brindisa/

So many places to choose from!!! Have a great time.