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jcoves73 | May 15, 201906:28 AM     6

Hi everyone. I will be in London for 3 nights in a couple of weeks and wanted to know what you thought of my itinerary or If I should change anything. We will be going to the theater the second and third night so probably want to keep dinner in the vicinity of West End.

We have only booked dinners and afternoon tea so any breakfast or lunch recs are appreciated. We are from NY and appreciate good food. Please no italian recs as we are going to Italy the following week!

Sun Night - Dinner at the Grenadier - Wanted a typical British pub with hopefully good food. Heard they have a good beef wellington

Mon - Afternoon Tea at the Wolseley. Dinner at The Palomar

Tues Night - Dinner at The Ivy or J Sheekeys (I need to cancel one of these ASAP so please let me know which one is best)

Side Note: I love indian food but will be with people who don't love it unfortunately so I don't know If I will be able to swing that.

Appreciate your feedback and help here. Thanks!

J Sheekey
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