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Caxton Grill

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Superb selection of steaks cooked on a Josper grill, plus seafood dishes such as honey-marinated tuna steak.

Fenchurch Restaurant

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This smart brasserie on the roof of the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ has spectacular views. Enjoy Cornish mackerel, Isle of Mull scallops and Devonshire lamb.

Great Court Restaurant at the British Museum

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Enjoy lunch or afternoon tea above the museum’s iconic Reading Room, under the domed roof.

HMS Belfast

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Climb aboard Britain's most famous warship, HMS Belfast, and discover Britain's naval heritage.

Lanes of London

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Just opposite Marble Arch, this hotel restaurant and bar has views of Oxford Street shoppers and Hyde Park.

London Transport Museum

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Discover the world of secrets of the London Underground at the London Transport Museum.

Museum of London

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The Museum of London is the world's largest urban history museum featuring thousands of exhibits, including treasures from Roman and Medieval London.

National Army Museum

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The National Army Museum is the British Army's central museum and is the leading authority on the Army and its impact on society past and present.

Sophie's Soho

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The Soho branch of this modern steakhouse has an open kitchen, a large covered terrace at the front and an all-day bar.

The Grill at The Dorchester

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Tom Booton became head chef at this restaurant in The Dorchester when he was just 26, and quickly gained a reputation for his interpretation of British dishes.

The Montagu Kitchen at the Hyatt Regency London

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Modern British brasserie offering Dingley Dell pork belly and Atlantic halibut.

The Ritz Restaurant

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With its fine art and crystal chandeliers, The Ritz is a London institution – sit in the elegant dining room whilst perusing the menu by Michelin-starred chef, John Williams.

The Terrace at The Dilly

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Thanks to its conservatory and tall ceilings, this hotel restaurant brims with natural light.

The Wolseley

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People visit The Wolseley when they want to impress. Chandeliers hang from tall, arched ceilings at this grand brasserie on Piccadilly. With its marble pillars and monochrome floor tiles, you could be forgiven for thinking you're in 1920s Vienna or Paris.

Twinings Museum

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Twinings' flagship store is the oldest teashop in London with over 300 years of history. Take a moment to pause, and immerse yourself into the world of Twinings tea.


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