My wife and I are visiting London for 5 days at the end of May. We are both foodies, and have on previous trips enjoyed places like Le Gavroche, Harwood Arms, Wild Honey, Corrigan's, St. John's, Maze etc. etc.
On this trip, there is a small complication: We became parents in January, and are travelling with our 5-month-old daughter. We will have to bring her with us in her carrycot wherever we go. On the plus side, she is usually reliable to stay quiet - both for lunch, and in the evenings when she is fast asleep.
I am looking for suggestions for places that both has good food (and preferrably decent wine lists), and that would be able to acommodate us bringing our little girl with us. We have been thinking that restaurants perhaps will be a little bit more easy going for lunch, so we are open to having this as our main meal of the day. Any suggestions would be welcome. Also, if anyone has experiences from dining with a baby, please share.
I guess formal Michelin starred places would definitely be out of the question, so cost is not really an issue. We are staying right by Trafalgar Square, and are used to the tube, so the whole city is of interest.
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