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Rules Wonderful bar with a private dining room. Located in the center, a lovely restaurant that visited by big crowd for its amazing food, unbeatable beef and beautiful lobster. Expensive espresso and friendly waiters. Traditional atmosphere. Good value for money. -0.1231997 51.51083089999999
Hakkasan Hakkasan Hanway Place is the original Hakkasan restaurant. This Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant designed by Christian Liaigre, has re-created the luxurious glamour of the past by combining Chinese history, tradition and architecture. Wooden lattice screens carved out of dark English oak invite discerning guests for a unique dining experience with contemporary cuisine from Chef Tong Chee Hwee. The menu has a strong Chinese ethnic identity with an ethos of Cantonese cooking that will be informed by a progressive approach, underpinned by authenticity rather than traditionalism. The bar has created an innovative range of Asian inspired cocktails that can be enjoyed Thursday to Saturday night at Ling Ling, the late lounge. The Taste of Hakkasan, designed for 2 to 7 people is available 7 days a week during lunch and Sunday-Wednesday for pre or post-theatre dining. Hakkasan Hanway Place have recently launched 'Dim Sum Sundays': a weekly lunch event hosted by resident lounge DJs, available every Sunday from 12:00 until 17:45. -0.1316694 51.5171907
The Wolseley The Wolseley is a restaurant located at 160 Piccadilly, London, next to the Ritz Hotel. Designed by the architect William Curtis Green, it was constructed in 1921 as a car showroom for Wolseley Motors; the Grade II* listed building then served as a branch of Barclays Bank between 1927 and 1999. Following renovation, the building opened as a Chinese restaurant for a couple of years. In 2003 it reopened as an upscale European-style restaurant after further renovation work by the British restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King. -0.1409041 51.5073915
Veeraswamy Veeraswamy is an Indian restaurant in London, located at 99-101 Regent Street. It was opened in 1926 by Edward Palmer, a retired Indian Army officer and the great-grandson of an English general and an Indian princess. It is the oldest surviving Indian restaurant in the United Kingdom. In its early years, Veeraswamy served Anglo-Indian cuisine, but in recent decades, based on the popularity of authentic Indian food in the UK, has served a menu of regional Indian cuisine, including dishes from Punjab, Lucknow, Kashmir, and Goa. Edward Palmer had considerable knowledge of Indian food, and lectured on the subject. He founded E. P. Veeraswamy & Co. in Hornsey in 1896 to promote Indian foods “so that they could be used under Western conditions and yet produce Eastern results.” He sold them under the trademark ‘Nizam’. In 1924 Palmer was engaged to advise the restaurant in the Indian Government Pavilion at the British Empire Exhibition in Wembley Park, Middlesex. Restaurants at the Exhibition were a monopoly of J. Lyons, but the Indian Government reserved the right to use Indian cooks. They called in Palmer, "of Messrs. Veeraswami [sic] & Co." to serve as "Indian Adviser at the restaurant." This included providing some of the dishes served. In 1924 the restaurant in the Indian Pavilion advertised itself thus: “If you appreciate Indian foods take your lunch at the Indian Pavilion." The official Indian Government report for the 1924 season says "The Indian Restaurant with its curries drew large crowds, and at lunch and tea time on most days long queues formed up at the entrance." Of Palmer it says "his selection [as adviser] was happy, and the success of the Indian cafe was largely due to him. The Indian cafe was not only appreciated by Indian visitors to Wembley who were able to get their vegetarian food, but was very popular with the British public." In 1924 the restaurant served an average of 500 curries a day. For reasons both economic and political the Government of India did not participate in the Exhibition in 1925. The Indian Pavilion was turned into an ‘oriental bazaar' selling goods from throughout India and Burma. However, the restaurant was retained, and this time was entirely run by Veeraswamy & Co. In 1925 the restaurant could seat 200 people. Veeraswamy in Regent Street was not the first Indian restaurant in Britain or the only one in 1926, but it was probably the first high-end one, and one of the first to cater to a largely European (though initially admittedly mostly ex-Indian Civil Service and Indian Army) clientele. It was certainly the first to cater to European royalty. The restaurant was taken over by Sir William Steward in 1930. He was married to a singer and artist of the time Greta Gaye. Throughout the 1930s trade was very difficult but the couple used great resourcefulness and came through the challenging times. In the 1940s and 1950s the restaurant became a great success. The first ever curry in a can was introduced under Veeraswamy Food Products brand in the early 1950s. The restaurant was sold by Sir William in 1967. The food products business under the Veeraswamy name continued to be owned by the couple into the 1990s. The restaurant decor was updated a number of times, and adopted an ultramodern theme in the late 1990s; however, for its 80th anniversary in 2006, it was redecorated in a 1920s motif. Veeraswamy is currently owned by the Chutney Mary group. The origins of lager drinking with Indian food may be related to Prince Axel of Denmark's visit to the Veerswamy-connected Indian restaurant at the British Empire Exhibition on 2 May 1924. He enjoyed his meal and later visited the Regent Street restaurant, apparently bringing a barrel of Carlsberg with him. He enjoyed his meal again, and decided to send a barrel of Carlsberg (the Danish royal beer) to the restaurant every year thereafter. The beer proved popular, so the restaurant started importing Carlsberg, and when waiters left to found or work in other Indian restaurants, they served Carlsberg as well. Notable diners at Veeraswamy have included Winston Churchill, King Gustav VI of Sweden, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Charlie Chaplin and Ian Sinclair. Sir Abdul Qadir dined at the restaurant in February 1939, when the menu consisted of Mulligatawny Soup, Kashmiri fish, Chicken Madras and suji halva. -0.13787 51.5099727
Chez Bruce Chez Bruce is a restaurant located at 2 Bellevue Road in Wandsworth, London, England. The restaurant was opened in February, 1995 by Bruce Poole and his business partner Nigel Platts-Martin. Platts-Martin is proprietor of several other London restaurants including: La Trompette in Chiswick, The Glasshouse in Kew, The Ledbury in Notting Hill and The Square in Mayfair. Chez Bruce occupies the site of former Marco Pierre White restaurant, Harveys. As a young chef, Gordon Ramsay worked under White at Harveys but left to pursue an independent career. In 2006, Chez Bruce was first named as '"Londoners' Favourite Restaurant"in a survey conducted forHarden's London Restaurants, a title which The Ivy had held for the past nine years. . Chez Bruce has since been top of the list as London's favorite restaurant for four consecutive years. -0.165584 51.44596500000001
Simpson's-in-the-Strand Simpson's-in-the-Strand is one of London's oldest traditional English restaurants. Situated in the Strand, it is part of the Savoy Buildings, which also contain one of the world's most famous hotels, the Savoy. After a modest start in 1828 as a smoking room and soon afterwards as a coffee house, Simpson's achieved a dual fame, around 1850, for its traditional English food, particularly roast meats, and also as the most important venue in Britain for chess in the nineteenth century. Chess ceased to be a feature after Simpson's was bought by the Savoy Hotel group of companies at the end of the century, but as a purveyor of traditional English food, Simpson's has remained a celebrated dining venue throughout the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. P.G. Wodehouse called it "a restful temple of food". Since 2005, Simpson's has been run by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. -0.1185174 51.51132190000001
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, also known as Gordon Ramsay at Royal Hospital Road, is a three Michelin star restaurant owned and operated by Gordon Ramsay, located at Royal Hospital Road, London. It opened in 1998 and was Ramsay's first solo restaurant. In 2001 it made Gordon Ramsay the first Scottish chef to have won three Michelin stars. Critically it has been both praised and criticized, with particular criticism coming from the Harden's restaurant guide. In March 2013 the restaurant reopened following an art deco redesign and with Clare Smyth as Head Chef. -0.1613983 51.4859147
The Ledbury The Ledbury is a restaurant located on Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London, England. It holds two Michelin stars, and has been featured in S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants. The head chef is Brett Graham, and has been received favorably by critics. -0.2001083 51.5166767
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese The oldest pub in the area according to some reviews. People rave about the fantastic cheese, superb food and excellent pub food. Good ale, cheap beer and cheap booze. A lovely dining room and little booths. Very good value for money and a historical setting. Slow service. -0.1072165 51.5143555
Halepi The Kazolides family have run this restaurant since 1966. Steve and Kostas Kazolides have been running the restaurnt since 1984.This Restaurant is hailed by the Automobile Association of America Guide as the best Greek restaurant in the world.Despite its reputation, the atmosphere is informal, with rows of brightly clothed tables, and a large native Greek clientele. -0.1831885 51.51129960000001
Granger & Co Every Bill Granger restaurant reflects the spirit we like to think of as ‘Australian’: sunny, easy-going and generous. Bill opened his first restaurant in Sydney’s Darlinghurst in 1993. It soon became loved for its legendary breakfasts, served at the famous central communal table, where locals and travellers, families and friends, continue to be welcomed. Twenty years later, Bill’s relaxed, friendly and infectious joy in good, fresh food has become truly global, and is enjoyed at his restaurants in Sydney, Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu and London. -0.1977356 51.51459
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Zeret Kitchen Welcome to Zeret kitchen, a family run restaurant since 2004, with a strong commitment for authenticity, freshness and quality. Our aim is to source, cook and serve traditional Ethiopian food with a highest degree of integrity. We cater for both meat eaters and vegan equally. mosob32.jpggebeta.jpg -0.09399579999999999 51.4777986
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon Drawing on Joël Robuchon's internationally renowned culinary expertise, already accredited with several Michelin Stars at restaurants throughout the world, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon's philosophy is based on serving simple cuisine of the most exceptional quality. This London restaurant has been awarded 2 Michelin Stars, as well as 3 AA Rosettes, establishing it as one of the most exceptional places to dine in London. Robuchon's menu delights the palate with clean insightful flavours and refreshingly understated presentation. The dishes are predominantly French with Italian and Spanish influences. The dining experience at L'Atelier is an interactive one. On the ground floor, the eating counter surrounds the entire kitchen where the food is prepared. Robuchon sees the immediate benefit of this Japanese-inspired layout to chefs, as one can gauge the reaction of clients, and even converse with them whilst they watch their food being prepared. Unlike the sister restaurants in Paris and Tokyo, the London restaurant also has another 20 seats where diners can sit opposite each other. Meanwhile, La Cuisine on the first floor offers more traditional restaurant seating in a setting that could be likened to dining in the kitchen itself. Wherever you are seated you will enjoy the highest quality food in an informal, convivial environment. Valet parking is also available. Please note, last reservations are taken half an hour prior to closing time. Dress code: Smart Casual, shorts are not permitted. We do not allow pushchairs, baby chairs or small children in the restaurant for the safety and benefit of all our customer's experience. Please note Sunday opening hours apply on Bank Holidays. -0.12844872062334 51.513034488942
Regency Café The Regency Café is an art deco style cafe in Regency Street, London. It first opened in 1946, and has been used as a filming location on several occasions. In 2013, it was voted as the fifth best restaurant in London by users of Yelp. -0.13212945 51.4939758
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is a restaurant in London, England. Opened in January 2011, it gained a Michelin star within a year, and in April 2014 was listed fifth on The World's 50 Best Restaurants in Restaurant magazine. It received a second Michelin Star in the 2014 Guide. The restaurant is headed by former Fat Duck head chef Ashley Palmer-Watts. Menu options are based on historical British dishes, which were researched by food historians and through the British Library. The restaurant's opening drew interest within the industry, and reviews have been positive. Particular dishes have received praise, including the meat fruit, a chicken liver mousse created to look like a mandarin orange. -0.16029373597019 51.502353024342
Sketch Sketch is a well known restaurant on 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London, England, which opened in 2003. The restaurant is owned by Mourad Mazouz and the Head Chef is Pierre Gagnaire. The cuisine is described as 'New French', and is a loose adaptation of the cuisine served in Gagnaire's three Michelin-starred restaurant in Paris and is executed by Hervé Deville and Johannes Nuding. Mazouz came to public attention through the success of Momo, the North African restaurant and bar he opened in 1997 just off Regent Street, although he was already well known in France for his celebrated restaurants, Au Bascou and 404. The restaurant covers two floors of a converted 18th century site in Conduit Street, Mayfair. -0.1414682 51.5127139
Galvin at Windows Awarded a Michelin star and 3 AA Rosettes for its impeccable cuisine and ambience, the spectacular 28th floor panorama over the London skyline may have made Galvin at Windows a destination restaurant, but the inspired menu of modern French haute cuisine makes it impossible to overlook. The most talked about restaurant in London, Galvin at Windows has a glamourous interior blending the golden age of the 1930s with a modern theme. Together with Head Chef Joo Won, acclaimed Chef-Patron Chris Galvin has prepared a straightforward range of classic dishes that are ideally suited to the elevated Mayfair surroundings. The neighbouring bar boasts an impressive collection of whisky and cognac alongside classic and contemporary cocktails served on the rare Italian Saint Laurent marble bar top, which adds to the seductive atmosphere of the room. Whether you need to impress an important client or want to enjoy an intimate dinner for two, Galvin at Windows will offer you an exceptional dining experience. -0.1503 51.5057
Union Street Cafe Union Street Café is a restaurant, owned by chef Gordon Ramsay, in Southwark, London. It was the first of Ramsay's restaurants to be opened without the involvement of Chris Hutchinson, and at one point was backed by footballer David Beckham. The Café serves Mediterranean cuisine, with mostly Italian dishes. The head chef, Davide Degiovanni, designs the menu, which is changed daily. Before the Café was opened, it received more than 10,000 booking requests, with seating filled to the end of the year. Food critics' reviews have been mixed, with differing opinions of the veal saltimbocca but agreement in dislike of a dish of octopus, borlotti bean, and 'nduja sausage. -0.101281 51.5035984
Locanda Locatelli Locanda Locatelli is the London restaurant of Italian chef Giorgio Locatelli and his wife, Plaxy. Located in the Churchill Hotel on Seymour Street in the West End of London, the restaurant specialises in Italian cuisine., the restaurant holds one star in the Michelin Guide. -0.1572987 51.5150635
Pied à Terre Located in Fitzrovia, the heart of the West End, Pied à Terre is one of the capital's select Michelin-starred restaurants. Although established in 1991, it has been under the guidance of David Moore since 1998 and has gone on to gain some of the highest gastronomic awards and accolades possible. Beautifully appointed and radiating modest quality, the restaurant is charmingly intimate. As you expect, the service is professional yet discreet in order to maintain a relaxed atmosphere. For larger parties, the second floor private dining room seats up to 12 guests and features your own dedicated service and of course, privacy. Diners can also enjoy the exclusive bar on the first floor. The cuisine is both simple and inventive, with care and attention to detail as the focus. Combine this dining experience with the outstanding selection of wines, and you have a match made in heaven. -0.13507888003337 51.519104906679
The Ivy The tastiest scallops in the area according to some reviews. This quiet venue is frequented by perfect clientele for its excellent scallops, perfect meals and divine desserts. Great whiskey sour and fun waiters. Really good acoustics. Reasonable prices and a lovely setting. -0.12807162587134 51.512866124223
Quaglino's Quaglino's is a restaurant at 16 Bury Street, St James's, London, founded by Giovanni Quaglino in 1929. The restaurant achieved huge popularity with the British establishment in the 1930s through to the 1950s after which it entered a period of relative decline, being purchased by the Conran Group in 1993 and relaunched by D&D London in the 2010s. -0.1388372 51.5074492
The Blackfriar A member of the iconic fleet dating back to 1873, Nicholson's offers timeless British pub hospitality. A fine stock of smooth and silky cask ales are pulled at the bar, while homely British classics are served in the dining room. The carefully chosen wine list brings together some great international bottles, while a Cask Ale Club is offered for any true beer aficionados. -0.1036580742016 51.512098330897
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