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England

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in England, from London scrambled eggs to Yorkshire Pudding in York.

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Lunch near Tate Britain?

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by marina13 8 months ago

Looking for a lunch recommendation within a short walk of Tate Britain that is kid and vegetarian friendly. Thanks in advance!

Clove Club vs Ledbury

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by Heeney 1 year ago

Planning a special meal and really torn between these two places. Have heard wonderful things about both. Ledbury is actually the slightly cheaper option and has 2 stars vs 1 for Clove Club. ...

So, what was your best restaurant meal of 2018?

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by damiano 11 months ago

As the year draws to a close, my mind wanders off to some of my best restaurant experiences in 2018. What was your best restaurant meal of 2018? It doesn't matter whether is was in your home to...

Maltby market?

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by rstuart 9 months ago

I will be in London for the first time in several years in mid-March. I will definitely be spending time at Borough Market, but also wondered if Maltby was worth a visit? I was considering a return...

Feedback and Suggestions for Foodie Itinerary London April

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by Kalenden 9 months ago

Hi, My companion and I are looking for feedback and suggestions for a restaurant itinerary in London April. We are major foodies and enjoy active city trips with a big gastronomic part. Commonly...

You'll never guess where to find the best sushi in North London

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by thakurmatthew 9 months ago

It doesn't look promising. An unremarkable row of shops near a station at the top end of the northern line in High Barnet. A charity shop on one side, a hairdresser on the other. The first thing yo...

CORE vs HIDE vs TheCloveClub

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by arturchik 9 months ago

Hello, Please help select 1 dinner in London. I narrowed down the choices to CORE vs HIDE vs TheCloveClub (and maybe Dinner by Heston Blumenthal). To add context - love adventurous and inven...

London Foodie Itinerary for end of April

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by Kalenden 9 months ago

My companion and I are major foodies and enjoy active city trips with a big gastronomic part. Commonly, we actively walk around the city the whole day and go for a nice (fine-)dining experience in...

Looking for reasonably upscale, reasonably healthy for dinner in London

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by Blumie 10 months ago

Criteria are (1) reasonably upscale, or at least where we won't be out of place if we dress up, (2) reasonably healthy, by which I mean checks as many of the organic, hormone free, grass fed, human...

1 night in London foodie recs?

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by mdiwan 10 months ago

Hi, we will be in London for 1 night (en route to a wedding) and looking for a good foodie rec for dinner...we were thinking Dinner, Clove Club or Lyle’s? Leaning towards Dinner as that is closer t...

London recs for family on budget, and only some of us are adventurous eaters!

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by sasha1 10 months ago

Hi CHers. I spent a number of hours perusing the London threads last night. There is some good info there! But I am slightly overwhelmed, and the recs provided are slightly not on target for my t...

London Foodie Itinerary for end of April

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by Kalenden 10 months ago

My companion and I are major foodies and enjoy active city trips with a big gastronomic part. Commonly, we actively walk around the city the whole day and go for a nice (fine-)dining experience in...

One month trip to Britain - Reviews of Edinburgh and London

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by zinfanatic 1 year ago

We were lucky recently to take a one month trip to Britain (mostly England). I am going to comment on the restaurants we enjoyed in Edinburgh and London. If Chowhounds have any questions about Oxfo...

Only in London... neighborhood restaurants you would head back to first

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by kayreed 1 year ago

DH and I will be visiting London (staying in Belgravia) and traveling throughout the central core in late November. We like to find restaurants using the Calvin Trillin method (i.e. asking a local ...

Wilton's @ St. James or Simpson's @ the Strand?

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by lukewarm 11 months ago

Traveling to London in February and wondering which of these someone with experience might choose. Alternative "traditional British food in an upscale setting" restaurant recommendations welcome an...

Chelsea buns in Chelsea [London]

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by deelite 15 years ago

Are there any great bakeries in Central London selling traditional English buns or cakes? It seems every google search I've made turns up patisseries or bakeries focusing on artisanal breads. Shoul...

A bouquet of odd requests

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by buhnard 2 years ago

Hi Chowhounds. Newly in town and would love to hear your recommendations on any of the following: 1. Favorite restaurants in a converted space? Ex. warehouse, tramshed, churches, etc. 2. Seati...

Haitian in London?

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by JFores 11 years ago

Hello there, I was wondering if anyone knew any good Haitian restaurants, particularly low-priced ones catering exclusively to immigrants. I've been going to one in New York now and it's so good...

Scott's or Savoy Grill

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by Hart50 12 months ago

I'm going to be in London over the Christmas season and I'm looking for a special occasion restaurant. Based on their menu and a number of other factors, I have narrowed my choice down to Scott's a...

Three days in London

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by foodell 1 year ago

We will be in London for three days in London. Need three dinners. I am thinking ------1 night of classical British cooking. Is Roots a good choice? Night 2- Pub food-fish and chips, etc. Nigh...