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Where to dine in London ?

Where to dine in London ?

When visiting London with friends, it’s easy to get lost in the vast choices of where to eat.  So you don’t have to stress over these issues, I’ve compiled a short list of places to dine when you’re out and about with friends in London.  

Fisher’s.  There’s nothing to beat good old fashioned fish & chips.  At Fisher’s, in Fulham, it’s the quality of the fish that everyone notices.  However, the dining area is quite small, so best to either book in advance or eat it as a takeout meal.  Portions are very generous, and likewise, cost around £10, but you’ll be fully satisfied for it.   They are also licenced, and the wines start at £12.

Address: 19 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JH

Contact: 02076109808

Two Brothers Fish Restaurant. Two Brothers in Finchley is another fish & chips restaurant known for it’s freshly battered fish.  Weekends are very busy, so expect to wait a little before your meal arrives.  Again, portions are very generous.   They serve a fairly small selection of drinks, but with the variety there is sure to be something for everyone.

Address: 297/303 Regent's Park Road  Finchley N3 1DP

Contact: 02083431209

Enoteca Turi.  If you love Italian food then this one is sure to impress.  Located by Putney Bridge, they serve the best regional Italian dishes and an extensive selection of wines.  Each dish is recommended a specific wine to accompany it, which only an establishment with expertise would dare to do.  Beautiful interior to entice you in, and though this restaurant isn’t cheap, it is still nothing like what you’d pay for in the West End.

Address: 28 Putney High Street  London, Greater London SW15 1SQ

Contact: 02087854449

Moti Mahal.  This is an Indian food establishment in Convent Garden.  Beautifully decorated in cream linen and crystal chandeliers, you’ll experience fine dining in sophisticated surroundings. Traditional Indian dishes offered under modern names, with a little twist.  The food is described as “almost beyond reproach” and “hard to fault”.  Though the lunch and dinner menus offer value for money, be careful of the extensive wine list as the price is thought to be “heavily  marked-up”.  On the plus side, there’s  very little risk of being caught drunk and driving.

Address: 45 Great Queen Street  City of London WC2B 5AA

Contact: 02072409329

Royal China Club.  This is a Chinese restaurant with class. The sleek brown dining room with gold leaf embellishments instantly take you to a place of serenity.  The food is superb, especially the lobster and the rest of the extensive seafood menu.  Best to book ahead as it is always busy and the queues are long.

Address: 40-42 Baker Street  London W1U 7AJ

Contact: 02074863898

Season Kitchen.  This British restaurant in Finsbury Park is as the name suggests - big on seasonal produce.  All the hearty tradition dishes you’d expect, with the coffee menu afterwards.  The chocolate dessert comes served in an espresso cup, but they don’t serve espresso, but plenty of filter coffee choices to choose from.

Address: 53 Stroud Green Rd  London N4 3EF

Contact: 02072635500

With all these restaurants, you can enjoy them for their food, ambience and atmosphere.  However tempting it may be, it would be best refrain from over-sampling their wine menu and consequently getting caught for drunk driving.    

Overall, remember, first and foremost, you are there with your friends to have fun.  So take in the cosmopolitan culture, absorb the vibrant atmosphere, and know that wherever you eat will be all the more fun and special for your friends being with you.

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