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Hereford Road

If you don’t know what to expect when you walk through the door here, you might be confused. Hereford Road has an ultra-modern look, but the food couldn’t be more traditional, with heavy emphasis on old-fashioned British cooking, meat, and the whole ‘nose to tail’ shtick. What we like best about Hereford Road is that nose to tail doesn’t cost an arm and a leg: prices aren’t nearly as high as you’d expect in this hedge-funded area. Order the set lunch for a great deal (£13.50 for two courses), or come by with a date or group for dinner.

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