Didn’t Sell My Soul To Shoreditch

I think I have new favourite London bar.

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M

The Prosecco kept on coming, and we all agreed it had been a splendid lunch and, in a restaurant that serves £100 meat tasting platters, astonishingly good value.

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Wharf Rat

I’d be happy to stay at this hotel again in the future, but for the TV problems, this would be a glowing five star review.

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Hot Dog

I'll be happy to go back, but next time it'll be just for the beers.

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It’s Raining Again

Despite the keycard's promise of 'king size comfort', my room was barely nine feet wide, with a gabled ceiling that made the room feel even smaller.

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Gherkin

The consensus was that we’d enjoyed an excellent lunch, in sublime surroundings, at an impressive price.

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Red

We came, we tried, we were disappointed. There are better, less pretentious BBQ pits in central London. We won’t be back.

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Sail Away (Ace of Clubs)

I'd heard of the Ace Café as a child, the legends of the 'ton up' boys who risked their lives on the - then - empty A1. I was in the area and figured a pilgrimage was in order.

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Easy

I’ve written before that there are there are more than a hundred and fifty restaurants in the Canary Wharf campus, I wouldn’t have a problem going back to The Big Easy.

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Big Easy

A litre of beer, excellent barbecue food, more than I could finish, more on offer… for twenty quid? In the heart of Covent Garden? What's not to like?

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