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The Cinnamon ClubThe Cinnamon Club
(4500)
££££
Indian | St. James's, West End London
The Modern Pantry ClerkenwellThe Modern Pantry Clerkenwell
(2135)
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Fusion / Eclectic | Farringdon, City of London
Club GasconClub Gascon
(1256)
££££
French | Barbican, City of London
SorellaSorella
(116)
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Italian | Clapham, South West London
Chai Wu HarrodsChai Wu Harrods
(47)
££££
Chinese | Knightsbridge, South West London
SAGARDI BASQUE COUNTRY CHEFSSAGARDI BASQUE COUNTRY CHEFS
(95)
££££
Steak | Shoreditch, East London
Frog by Adam HandlingFrog by Adam Handling
(401)
££££
Contemporary European | Covent Garden, West End London
Bombay BustleBombay Bustle
(310)
££££
Indian | Mayfair, West End London
RoganicRoganic
(7)
££££
British | Marylebone, West End London
Elystan streetElystan street
(6)
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Contemporary British | Chelsea, South West London
IkoyiIkoyi
(17)
££££
Global, International | Westminster, West End London

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BorealisBorealis
5 reviews
££££
Nordic | Borough, South East London

Absolutely amazing. Delicious food and well priced! We went for the on tongue, beef tartare as starters, both delicious and with a twist... As well as the cod and frikadeller as main, the best meatballs I have ever had! Restaurant offers plenty of space, an open bar and feels overall very cozy but not too formal. More

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Black & Blue - Borough MarketBlack & Blue - Borough Market
154 reviews
££££
Steak | Borough, South East London

A great restaurant, we could not fault it, we had an amazing time More

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The Gladstone ArmsThe Gladstone Arms
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££££
Indian | Borough, South East London

Having been situated here on Lant Street since the nineteenth century (with a rebuild in the ’20s), "The Glad" is named after four-time former prime minister William Gladstone and even gets a mention in ‘The Pickwick Papers’ as Charles Dickens once lived on the same road.

The intimate family-run pub, located just a stone's throw away from Borough tube station is a dominant live music spot and the best of it's kind near London Bridge! You can expect gigs every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from genres of folk, blues, pop to electronica. The pub boasts an intimate beer garden/roof terrace and an upstairs lounge area that can be used for private hire!More