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Roka AldwychRoka Aldwych
136 reviews
Japanese | Aldwych, West End London

Lovely and attentive staff and ambience. Food was fantastic, apart from the teriyaki salmon I had as a main which tasted pretty mediocre. Loved that the starters were unlimited. I would go again! More

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309 reviews
Mediterranean | Aldwych, West End London

Attractive outside and an interesting and quirky interior. A little quiet at lunchtime but the 'boxes' are great giving a feeling of theatre to the dining experience , the staff are really helpful and friendly and the food was great More

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Shapur Indian RestaurantShapur Indian Restaurant
78 reviews
Indian | Aldwych, West End London

What a lovely dinner. Exceptional service and the food was great! More

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Thai Square StrandThai Square Strand
377 reviews
Thai | Aldwych, West End London

A good venue for a trans-atlantic reunion. I was meeting up with some pals from New York and it was the right ambience and food for a memorable evening. The staff were friendly and helpful and the food was enjoyed by all 5 of us. More

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Afternoon Tea at The Waldorf HiltonAfternoon Tea at The Waldorf Hilton
9 reviews
Afternoon Tea | Aldwych, West End London

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All the 10 people that attended had only good things to say about the service and tea that they had....they were all very impressed and enjoyed the tea and the afternoon immensely. More

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Lovely meal and what a wonderful service we recived from Nadia thank you so much!! More

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Good Godfrey's at The Waldorf HiltonGood Godfrey's at The Waldorf Hilton
1 review
International | Aldwych, West End London

Good Godfrey's proudly takes its name from the former leader of the Waldorf House band, the handsome and talented Howard Godfrey. Howard Godfrey and the Waldorfians enjoyed huge success in the early 1920's as serious players on the London social scene.More