This small coffee shop from the people who make that uber-trendy magazine of the same name serves great coffee but has no wifi. So you actually have to sit there with your beverage of choice and maybe chat to a human, read something, or even partake in the old-world pastime of watching the world go by. Innovative, we know. They also have a small but mighty food menu which contains a prawn katsu sandwich which happens to be one of the best dishes in the whole of Marylebone and something that should be eaten without any distractions anyways.
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Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte keep their menu simple - steak and chips is what you are here for, because that’s all they serve. And it’s quite good.
Portland is a great restaurant in the vein of so many in London that focus on simple ingredients and offer a reasonably priced tasting menu.
One of London’s most exclusive hot spots, Chiltern Firehouse has a reputation for a see-and-be-seen vibe as well as some great food and service.
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Peg is a walk-in wine and skewers spot in Hackney from the people behind P. Franco and Bright. It’s a place you want to be.
In addition to nice Japanese comfort food and good beers, Brixton’s Nanban is a solid place for a hang with mates.
Compared to other ramen restaurants, Ippudo in Covent Garden has the advantage of a cool-looking dining room, a bigger menu, and more room for groups.
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