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|British | Cafe / Brasserie|
|3 South Place, Finsbury|
Phone: 02035030000 Fax: 035030777
Blending East London edginess and a chic city vibe, 3 South Place showcases British comfort food with a luxurious twist. A hive of activity and culture, 3 South Place's hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are complemented by a sophisticated drinks list, whilst resident DJs take to the stage after dark. Bespoke design features throughout, and specially commissioned artwork showcases some of the finest talent on the London arts scene.
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|Continental / Mediterranean | Pub / Bar|
|68-86 Cromwell Road|
Phone: 02075892424 Fax: 02077619001
Located in fashionable South Kensington, perfect for the great museums, Chelsea, Knightsbridge and the Park, 68-86 is set in the beautiful old Vanderbilt family mansion. Enjoy a cocktail at the specially commissioned contemporary glass bar, before heading into the light and airy restaurant with its wooden floors and unusual objects d'art. Seasonal menus showcase the finest regional British ingredients. 68-86 is a great spot for afternoon tea. Sourcing fresh, seasonal produce, the signature dish at 68-86 is a succulent, 28-day matured rib eye steak, served with grilled vine tomatoes, chips and peppercorn sauce.
|Pub / Bar|
Perfectly positioned in the vibrant heart of the City, next to the Royal Exchange, Abacus is a stylish hive of activity for wining and dining. Whether you are seeking a relaxed yet fun ambience or high energy, Abacus has somewhere to suit your mood. A light, bright and relaxing bar, the Upstairs Lounge is decked with chandeliers, leather and marble, making it the perfect place to chill after work. It also incorporates the Abacus Cafe. With its cosy wood and leather details, it is perfect for lunches and after-work nibbles and platters. Alternatively, the Lower Lounge is an upbeat and lively bar with tall tables and low leather sofas, whilst the Abacus Club is truly decadent, featuring funky lights, black leather furnishings and a spacious dance floor. With plenty to enjoy, Abacus is a hip and enticing place to let loose after a hard day's work.
|International | Cafe / Brasserie|
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|1 Seething Lane|
An air of understated glamour pervades the Addendum Restaurant, in contrast to its location in bustling east London. Set within the Apex City of London Hotel, the subdued amber lighting and leather booths make this an intimate and refined dining experience, ideal for wooing clients and lovers alike. The eclectic array of dishes draws on cuisines from around the world, with two AA Rosettes to support the inventiveness of the menu.
|Lebanese | Turkish|
|43A Commercial Street, Aldgate|
Adiva offers a delicious blend of Turkish and Lebanese cuisine, with the emphasis placed on fresh produce and aromatic herbs and spices. Full of charm and character, the interior features exotic lanterns, cosy lighting and a stylish dining area. The extensive menu offers a range of tempting mezze and halal dishes, along with a good vegetarian selection. From the chargrill, diners can choose from dishes like Farrouj Mosahhab; grilled baby chicken marinated in garlic and lemon or grilled skewers of flavoursome marinated lamb cubes. The tasty fish and seafood dishes include grilled tiger prawns marinated in olive oil, garlic, lemon and Levantine herbs or seared salmon steak with crushed sumac. With a warm colour scheme, Adiva features rich fabrics and ornate wooden furnishings. To complement your meal, the drinks menu features Lebanese Lemonade, perfumed with cardamom and orange blossom. A range of virgin cocktails or hot drinks are also available and diners may bring their own wine, with the condition of a small corkage fee. A superb London fusion restaurant specialising in Middle Eastern cuisine, Adiva restaurant is within easy reach of Aldgate East Tube Station.
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|Afternoon Tea | British|
|The London Marriott Hotel, County Hall|
Combining old-world charm and a fashionable take on quintessential afternoon tea, The Library Lounge is set in the magnificent County Hall on London's bustling South Bank. Whilst enjoying views out onto iconic landmarks including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, guests can sample fine teas, towers of dainty finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and indulgent cakes and fancies. A glass of champagne can also be added to complement this great British tradition.