Take yourself back to the glamour of the 1930s with great French brasserie food that won’t break the bank.
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You really have to know where you’re going to find it – down a most unlikely street, opposite the vast blank wall of a cash-and-carry.
The brasserie-inspired menu is designed to appeal to just the kind of people thronging round the bar.
Intimate and decadent without being stuffy or pretentious, this is a jewel on Charlotte Street.
The jewel in the crown of the Conran empire, chosen by the Blairs for entertaining the Clintons.
A gutsy, no holds barred attitude to food creates some of London’s most exciting dishes.
Dining here is like walking into a time warp. From the décor to the food, everything about this charming eaterie is old fashioned.
Nestling just the right distance away from High Street is this recent addition to Marlow’s food and drink landscape.
Rustic French cuisine served in a nursery’s main greenhouse.
This charming Breton restaurant is something of a Richmond institution.