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London july 2014

jorn77 | May 30, 2014 06:51 AM

Going to London, but this time not only for the food. I`ve got reservations at Hedone, St.John,The Shiori and Harewood Arms. I will try to get reservations for Sushi Tetsu in stead of Shiori. I chose Harewood Arms because they are open all day, and they are halfway from my hotel to a concert in Hammersmith Apollo.Hedone and >St.John are favorites I just want to visit again.

Im trying to avoid the most expensive places (hopefully not over 150 pr head), and I will only have dinners on this trip. I will be living in Southwark, and thinkin of having breakfast lunch at Borough Market and Maltby Street Market. Anyone got specific advices? Or other good breakfast places in Southwark.

Everytime Ive been in London I have eaten french, european or british. Im not too familiar with chinese and indian (and japanese) cuisine, but I want to give it a shot this time. Im considering Gymkhana, Trishna for indian, and A.Wong, and maybe HKK for Chinese.But are a little lost. i like ingredients driven restaurants, but have a hard time to pick.

Ive got two dinners "left", and Im also considering Zucca and Jose, since they are close to my hotel. Anyone been recently?

I like beer, and while being on Maltby St Market, Im planning on visiting Kernel and Partizan breweries. And I will also be visiting Cask Pub and kitchen. Any other beer tips?

At last; anyone have good ideas for late-night places which has good drinks, beers or wine. Not nightclubs, but open late.

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