This is the fourth London outpost selling products from the Daylseford farm in Gloucestershire. Downstairs there’s a shop where you can buy expensive organic artichoke, but the all-day café/restaurant on the first floor is where you should go for a coffee, some cold press juice, and a meal when you’re looking for something kind of healthy. Lunch options like pizzas, or their signature chopped salad are fine, but if you’re after something more substantial, their seasonal salads are very good. Getting a few of them beside a main like the venison rump in sage and truffle butter is also a good move. And despite the slightly sterile decor, this is also a great spot to get a laptop out and spend the afternoon ‘working’.
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Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
Bandol is slightly glitzy restaurant off Fulham Road specialising in food from the south of France.
At Hunan, a Chinese restaurant in Victoria, you don’t choose the menu - the menu chooses you. Their ‘trust me’ tasting menu is a classic.
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Kerridge’s Bar And Grill
Kerridge’s Bar and Grill near Embankment serves tarted up (and expensive) English classics, and nothing about it is hard to get on with.
The Laughing Gravy at first glance seems to be a run of the mill British Brasserie, but it has quite a few surprises in store.
Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
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