s far as classic, good-for-everything establishments go, it’s hard to beat the Wolseley. The breakfasts here are an essential London experience, and you’ll get brownie points for life if you take the in-laws here for afternoon tea. It’s an impressive space, all high ceilings and marble columns, which is also part of the fun. If you’ve never been, definitely go for the pastries (the Cannelés Bordelais cakes are winners) or the omelette Arnold Bennett.
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Titu is tiny spot in Mayfair serving serving reasonably priced (for the area) gyoza with fillings like wagyu beef and foie fras.
Bombay Bustle is more formal than your local curry house but not at all stuffy, even though it’s in Mayfair.
Kitty Fisher’s is a great restaurant in Mayfair serving hedonistic plates of simple, rich, and delicious British food.
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Bandol is slightly glitzy restaurant off Fulham Road specialising in food from the south of France.
108 Garage is a Notting Hill restaurant located in - you guessed it - a former garage. Both the atmosphere and food are brilliant and unique.
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E. Pellicci is an old-school classic in Bethnal Green. It’s warm and welcoming, and if you don’t get a Full English breakfast, you did it wrong.
Afternoon tea at Sketch is like being on an Alice In Wonderland-themed spaceship in Mayfair. It’s slightly insane, but in a good way.
The Delaunay is the restaurant you want to be in when you just want to feel good. Sit in the amazing dining room or hit the cafe for a quick one.
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