If you’re a big fan of the lost art of napkin folding, or salmon tablecloths, or salmon curtains, or salmon food, you’ll love Oslo Court. This place has been open since 1982 and honestly, apart from the appearance of a card machine, this place hasn’t changed one bit. It’s at the bottom of a big block of flats in St John’s Wood, so as soon as you get past the idea that you’re in the wrong place you can start the task of picking dinner from their long menu of British classics. The food can be a little hit and miss, and if you’re offended by steamed vegetables, cauliflower in your crudite, or waiters that describe every dessert as if it’s the Da Vinci code, then this might not be the place for you. There’s only one three course set menu choice available for £48, so only go if you’re super hungry.
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