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MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other French restaurantsFrench | Continental / Mediterranean
LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
Review Auberge

1 Sandell Street, Waterloo

Phone: 02076330610

With a mezzanine and outdoor terrace, Auberge - Waterloo serves brasserie-style French cuisine and classic Gallic inspired favourites in a rustic, candlelit dining room. Reminiscent of a Belgian beer hall with twisted iron features and dark wood, the impressive bar serves up international beer and an excellent wine list. Auberge is directly opposite Waterloo Tube Station.


Aubrey (at The Kensington Hotel)

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Review Aubrey (at The Kensington Hotel)

The Kensington Hotel, 109-113 Queens Gate, South Kensington

Phone: 02075896300  Fax: 02075897659

Situated inside the sophisticated Kensington Hotel in London, Aubrey Restaurant and Bar features an excellent modern British menu with an international influence. Aubrey Restaurant boasts timeless elegance and luxury, with smart green leather banquettes, Art Deco light fittings and parquet flooring. Michelin-starred Chef John Wood and Head Chef Russell Ford have devised a fine British menu including dishes such as roasted rack of lamb with confit potato or pan fried halibut with crab and potato croquets and shellfish sauce. There is an impressive wine list, while the sweet menu offers a selection of decadent desserts and fine British cheeses. Experience afternoon tea in an elegant English setting at the stylish Kensington Hotel, surrounded by original period features and open fireplaces. The modern English afternoon tea menu features fresh homemade scones and preserves including strawberry and rose petal jam, along with sandwiches and traditional cakes. There is an extensive tea menu and diners have the option of an indulgent champagne afternoon tea.


Avista (formally Brian Turner Mayfair)

MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other Italian restaurantsItalian
LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
People like the food, love the service! and like the ambience
Avista (formally Brian Turner Mayfair) overall rating 4/5
Avista (formally Brian Turner Mayfair) customer reviews

The Millenium Hotel, 44 Grosvenor Square

Phone: 02076299400

Awarded two AA Rosettes for its excellent cuisine, as featured in TV's MasterChef in 2010, Avista is the Millennium Hotel London's Italian restaurant at 39 Grosvenor Square in Mayfair. The head chef of Avista is Michele Granziera, previously Andy Needham's deputy at Zafferano for the past six years. On the former site of Brian Turner Mayfair, Avista is directly accessible from Grosvenor Square. The 75-seat restaurant, with a separate bar for up to 25, also features a raised section seating 14 and a private dining room for 8. Avista was designed by David d'Almada, whose other restaurant projects have included La Petite Maison and Zafferano. Avista is open Monday to Friday for lunch and Monday to Saturday evening for dinner. Michele Granziera's menus encompass both traditional, rustic food and more modern cooking. There are numerous sharing dishes, and particular specialities include Tagliolini with crab, courgettes, chilli and garlic, and Slow Cooked Pork Cheek with mash potatoes, spinach and red wine sauce and Mezzelune filled with aubergine, mozzarella, oregano and tomato coulis. A good range of pasta is available, in addition to regional favourites from Granziera's home region of Veneto, whilst the well-priced 150-bin wine list offers a selection of French and New World wines alongside a huge range of Italian options.



MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other Australasian restaurantsAustralasian | Continental / Mediterranean
LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
Review Axis

One Aldwych

Phone: 02073000300  Fax: 02073000301

Axis at One Aldwych is back with a fabulous new menu from Executive Chef, Dominic Teague. The striking restaurant with its Covent Garden location is ideal for those seeking great food and good conversation, far removed from the buzz outside. The new Axis menu focuses on seasonal ingredients and embraces the best of British, including foraged foods such as delicate sea purslane and wood sorrel. The Modern British menu offers all of this in abundance, not forgetting a list of exciting artisanal cheeses. Stand-out dishes include a starter of 'Pan fried and tartare of mackerel, watercress and warm shellfish vinaigrette' and a main course of 'Highland venison loin rolled in mustard and soft herbs, braised shoulder and celeriac'. Desserts are not to be missed - you'll be torn between 'Savarin of citrus fruits and rosehip sorbet' and 'Scottish honey parfait with preserved figs'. With its enviable Theatreland location and a fixed price menu reflective of the style of the la carte menu, Axis is the perfect spot for a bite to eat before the performance.


Axis Bar & Kitchen

MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other International restaurantsInternational | British
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Review Axis Bar & Kitchen

Hilton London Islington, 53 Upper Street, Islington
N1 0UY

Phone: 02073547700

Axis Bar and Kitchen at the Hilton London Islington hotel presents an international menu including some favourite British dishes. The Axis bar is contemporary and cool with a great selection of cocktails, beer and wine. The informal menu at Axis is varied, with gourmet sandwiches, pizza, pasta and classic British favourites.



MediumEatsMediumEats Search for other Lebanese restaurantsLebanese
LondonEats Recommended Restaurant
People think the food is okay and like the service and ambience
Ayoush overall rating 4/5
Ayoush customer reviews

58 James Street

Phone: 02079359839  Fax: 02078068345

In the bustling heart of the city, Ayoush London is perfect for lunch, dinner, or stopping for a drink anytime. The menu offers authentic Moroccan and North African food such as sizzling tagines, couscous, mezze menus perfect for sharing, salads, grills and much more. There is a fully licensed bar, and at the weekends guests are entertained by belly dancers. There's a lovely al fresco dining area on the street during the summer and for shisha. Diners are hosted in 2 areas - the ground floor restaurant and bar and downstairs Club with its cosy "caves" for groups. The ambience is warm and friendly, and the downstairs is a favourite spot for younger people and celebrities. Ayoush staff have a reputation for organizing fantastic birthday celebrations, dining for groups, corporates, and charity fund raisers.

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