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Current London Restaurant and Food News
Eating revolution hits the Capital...
Head to Trafalgar Square for English Food Stalls, Live Music and Cooking Demonstrations - Sunday 21st April, 2014...
Top 25 Best Restaurants In London
Take a look at the current Top 25 London Restaurants based on customer reviews, ratings and website popularity...
Other London Restaurant Features
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The new Michelin Star ratings for London are now out...
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Latest Customer Reviews for London Restaurants
One of the best Pie and Mash shops in London - get yourself down there.
When I was a nipper me and my family live,d on the corner of rousden st and Randolph stir remember the sweet shop every Saturday back in the 50,s I'm 68 now I live in Northamptonshire but still go back from time to time a...
Second night out at Zebrano and another fantastic night! The atmosphere was amazing and the cocktails were lush. Me and my girlfriends had a blast! Would recommend
Featured London Areas Restaurant Guide
A Guide to Restaurants in Oxford Street W1.
Oxford Street is famous the world-over for its vast array of shops and being on the Monopoly board next to (as in life) the more upmarket Bond Street and Regent Street. Shoppers flock to the 1.25 mile West London Street to make it Europe's busiest (which reaches fever pitch in the weeks leading up to Christmas). Of course, Christmas shoppers need sustenance and there is no shortage of eateries on and around Oxford Street. You could kill two birds with one stone and eat on the go or in a department store like Selfridges, John Lewis or the flagship M&S. Or, if you have a bit more time, try out one of the following...