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A few questions about eating out in London and such

A newbie | Dec 1, 200210:18 PM     9

Hello. Someone from the other forum brought me here.

My husband and I are going to London in a few days and I'd like to know where a good place for an afternoon tea would be. Any price range. We've been to London before and so far, our favorite is Crypt Cafe at St. Paul's Cathedral.

Also, I'm wondering if there is a restaurant that has fondue on menu. It would be great if you'd give me an idea how much it'd be approx.

The last thing is, has anyone here had Medieval Banquet Dinner? My husband is interested in it. Any comments appreciated; negative or positive.

Thanks.

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