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Went here for lunch with work colleagues to welcome a new starter. I’d never even heard of this place before, even though I’d been to the karaoke bar next door - although in my defence, on that occasion I was a bit worse the wear...More
Went here with friends and was absolutely delighted with the whole experience. The food was amazing, especially the starters and mains. There was a good variety on the menu so we each had something different so we could try each others food... we were all...More
Went there on a weekday evening with a wowcher- we were the only two people in there for the majority of the meal.
The food was amazing and the service was good too.
Loved the menu- couldn't decide what to have!
Would definitely go back
We visited as a small group this evening and was pleasantly surprised at just how fantastic the food was.
The menu offered a variety of South American themed plates including llama burgers and empanada but the tastiest dish was the chicken thighs.
I was taken here as a guest by an architect who has great taste & I had a great time. it was nicely busy but we never felt pressured to finish & go , or have expensive wine ( I dont drink while working in...More
Went for a casual meal and really enjoyed the food. However the premises are shabby and in need of updating. This place has the potential to become one of the best restaurants in London. Really hope they improve the decor and overall ambiance
This place is excellent. The mixed grill was big and v exciting - so tasty. The green sauce is special, we got through 2 pots and the lovely staff gave us some to take home too! Wine was great, really good value and loads of...More
There's a nice choice of dishes and the food's well-presented. We ate heartily but were a little disappointed by the ambience as the place is a large space that needs filling up for atmosphere. S American wine was very good.
From its ancient past as a Roman trading outpost to its 21st century status as the wealthiest square mile in the world, the financial district known simply as “The City” is one of London's most historic and fascinating neighborhoods. Here high rise office towers such as Norman Foster’s Gherkin mingle with Roman ruins and architectural marvels from virtually every era in between, including Christopher Wren's
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