Friend's Restaurant trains street children to work in the restaurant business, so some people may find the service a little slow, or they may be unnerved by the four people who serve and oversee the servers gathered around your table, but their presence serves a purpose. The young waitstaff are being trained and observed as they serve you. Really interesting menu, with some great drinks as well. It can get pretty busy, so reservations are a good idea. They also have a shop a couple doors down that sells interesting stuff made out of recycled materials.
Very close to the National Gallery.
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