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Visiting London from New York

eddie money | Jun 26, 2008 08:07 AM

I'm in London right now on business from New York. Working and staying in the Marylebone and Marble Arch area. I leave on Sunday. At most I have three dinners and two lunches to figure out. I'm more than willing to go anywhere in London. Cost isn't much of an object but it doesn't need to be expensive. Will eat anything if its tasty. I went to the Wolesey last night. I didn't care for the quail egg with hollandaise but I loved the chicken liver. I definitely want to try 'new english cuisine'. I was thinking of the place by the Borough Market (Roast?) but I don't really know anyplace else. Would love some Indian but not Brick Lane. So one 'new english' and one indian and other than that I'm open. I'm sure I'll be by the Tate Modern at some point this weekend so maybe a lunch spot near there? So basically I'm open to most anything from street food to prix fixe. I know there are a million restaurants in London so please just throw some ideas at me at I'll figure out from there. Thanks!

p.s. - Dining solo. I know it doesn't make a difference in most places. Having the option to eat a the bar is great.

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