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Visiting London from NYC. Please help critique itinerary (researched)

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Visiting London from NYC. Please help critique itinerary (researched)

indiefoodie | Jul 2, 2014 06:13 AM

Hello, I'll be visiting London for the first time at the end of July for work. Based on what I've read on this board, I've come up with a list and was hoping for some feedback. Also, I have a fee meals that I'm still unsure of so any help in figuring that out will be appreciated :)

Arrive on Saturday morning around 7:30 AM:
- Breakfast - ?? (Need to decide)
- Lunch - Will probably graze around so that I don't fill up for dinner
- Dinner - The Ledbury

Sunday
- Lunch - ?? (Need to decide)
- Drink - Nightjar
- Dinner - ?? (Need to decide)

Monday
- Breakfast - Wolseley
- Drink - 69 Colebrooke Row
- Dinner - Clove Club

Tuesday
- Breakfast - Dishoom
- Dinner - Hedone

Wednesday
- Breakfast - Caravan
- Drink - Harp
- Dinner - Barrafina (the Adelaide street branch)

Thursday
- Breakfast - Hawksmoor Guildhall
- Dinner - Harwood Arms

Friday
- Breakfast - ?? (Need to decide)

Saturday
- Lunch - Green Man & French Horn
- Drink - Euston Tap
- Dinner - St. John

Sunday - I leave in the evening
- Lunch - ?? (Need to decide)

* I'd like to visit Master Superfish while I'm there.
* For desserts, I'd like to check out Paul A Young, Konditor & Cook, Gails, Bees of Bloomsbury & Ottolenghi.
* Coffee - I need to figure out how many can I fit but Monmouth, Flat White, Blacksmiths, Tap, Sacred, Taylor Street Baristas, Sacred Cafe, Workshop, Green & White, Kaffeine, Dose, Local Hero, Prufock, Cafe Fratelli, Lanterna, Timberyard, are on my list so far.
* I grew up in India which is why I skipped the likes of Trisna, Gymkhana, etc. Made an exception with Dishoom for breakfast.
* If I find time, I'll try to check out Borough Market some time.

What do you all think about the above?

Thank you!

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