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United Kingdom Cafes and Restaurants

Green's Restaurant
36 Duke St, St James's, SW1, 930 4566, Not exactly the most feminine of restaurants, more like a gentleman's club, there is a determined clientele who love this place for its good quality and honest English victuals, fresh fish and indoor games are a speciality.


Porters English Restaurant and porters bar
Porters English Restaurant and porters bar,is situated at 16/17 Henrietta St, WC2E 8QH, 836 6466, It presents interesting,and reasonably priced English food. This proves that English food can be both tasty and are value for money.

The stunning and trendy 'porters bar' opened in July 1997, offers a range of real ales, eighteen wines by the 1975 glass, table service of freshly prepared food, a great cappuccino, and all in a stylish setting.You have to see it to believe it.


Savoy Grill
Savoy Grill,is situated in Savoy Hotel, The Strand, WC2, 836 4343. The home of power lunching in London, you will feel that the food, which is actually excellent is far less important than the surroundings. Thoroughly a reliable in producing the goods, and a place to impress clients, but it is not the right spot for a gentle family dinner.


Simpson's in The Strand
Simpson's in The Strand,is situated at 100 The Strand, WC2, 836 9112.This restaurant has a touch of English spice since the early 19th century and continues to wend its traditional way through the modern age. Famed for its roast beef trolley ,now with its range extended to breakfast, which you many find most tempting and interesting in London.


The Rules
Siyuated at No 35, Maiden Lane, WC2, 836 5314.It was once as faded and reminiscent of past eminence as the former British Empire, Rules has undergone a renaissance under the ownership of John Mayhew, while the kitchen is in the very experienced hands of David Chambers. Opened in 1798, it shows that an institution can change with the times, and still retain its former glories and comfort. Wines include those from the former colonies, which turn out to be American.




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