Eating Out in London

“Where shall we eat tonight?” a question that has the ability to cause panic between the calmest of people. Eating out in London provides the fussiest of eaters with a multitude of choices. Spanish, Italian, Peruvian, Greek, Thai… the list is endless. And its not just the choice of food you have, its where you eat it. Do you dine in trendy Hoxton Sqaure with its range of Thai canteens and chic Brasseries or perhaps in eclectic Camden, where you can eat everything from street stall food to top-end Pan Asian at Giglamesh. But why not try the most exclusive place in town? Mayfair.

Brimming with culture and elegance. Mayfair has some of London’s most finest eateries. Housing restaurants that range from Italian to French to Polish/Mexican – yes really! Located on Shepherd Street the infamous Polish Mexican Bistro is the only one of its kind in the world!
However, if you really want to step it up a notch why not dine at one of the hotels in Mayfair.
For 5* luxury The Connaught in Carlos Place is the epitome of decadence! Boasting impressive credentials including two bars, a bistro and a Michelin starred restaurant this is the place to be if you want to spoil yourself. The restaurant ‘Hélène Darroze at the Connaught’ serves sumptuous French cuisine, all overseen by one of France’s most highly regarded chefs. But if french doesn’t tickle your fancy why not try Claridges in Mayfair. Located on Brook Street and with the notorious Gordon Ramsey at the helm of their dining you are guaranteed to enjoy the world renowned food and service.

With all the choice you have in Mayfair hotels and restaurants, its well worth a visit and the price-tag that comes along with it. Whether its a special occasion or just a night out in the City, it is sure to be a night you will not forget.

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April 3, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Destination Tips


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  1. BannersMall

    Great Article

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