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Shaka Zulu


The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AB

webshaka-zulu.com phone+44 20 3376 9911

South African restaurant, bar and nightspot, opened in 2010 with a special royal blessing from the Zulu King, HRH Goodwill Zwelithini. Set over a groundbreaking 27,000 sq ft. Carved wooden murals cover walls and ceiling. The lower floor complemented by a display of 20ft high warrior statues. The Mezzanine level offers a champagne bar and cocktail lounge.

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Swan at Shakespeare's Globe


21 New Globe Walk Bankside London SE1 9DT

webloveswan.co.uk phone+44 20 7928 9444

Nestled up to the iconic Shakespeare's Globe theatre and moments from the Tate Modern, the Swan has a warm interior combining traditional and contemporary décor with stunning views of the Thames, the dome of St Pauls and the sweep of the City. Live music every Friday and Saturday. The bar, brasserie, pre-theatre meals and several private dining rooms available.

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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon - French cuisine


13-15 West St, Convent Garden, London WC2H 9NE

webjoelrobuchon.co.uk phone+44 20 7010 8600

Two Michelin star restaurant offers a choice of counter and table seating. On the ground floor guests are seated around the kitchen in L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, which offers gourmet casual dining and focuses on simplicity, natural flavours and quality of ingredients. La Cuisine, on the first floor, offers a wider menu and more conventional restaurant-style seating and Le Bar on the third floor is an intimate space for pre or post-dinner drinks.

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The Ivy - International cuisine


1-5 West St, Convent Garden, London WC2H 9NQ

webthe-ivy.co.uk phone+44 20 7836 4751

The Ivy has been renowned as the most popular restaurant with celebrities and theatre goers since 1917. Focusing on British cuisine, The Ivy menu showcases a wide selection of fish, roast and grill dishes alongside a choice of international favourites, ranging from pasta to shellfish courses.

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The Gun


27 Coldharbour, London E14 9NS

webthegundocklands.com phone+44 20 7515 5222

250-year-old lovely pub, a sailor's favourite, home to smugglers and site of secret trysts between Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton, offers excellent meal, far above the standards. Closed down by fire several years ago, it has been bought and refurbished. The Gun boasts an outdoor terrace with commanding views over the Thames.

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Varanasi Chefs - Indian cuisine


142, Battersea High Street, London SW11 3JR

webvaranasichefs.com phone+44 20 7228 3145

Named after a city of Northern India called Varanasi, also known as Banaras, situated on the west bank of the holiest of all Indian rivers, the Ganga/Ganges. The menu is created using fresh and natural ingredients. The dining room is simple and traditional, complete with crisp white linens and wooden floors.

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Jamie Oliver's Fifteen


15 Westland Place, London, N1 7LP

webfifteen.net phone+44 20 3375 1515

Founded by Jamie Oliver in 2002 with a vision to create a professionally run kitchen, serving beautiful Italian food, alongside a pioneering Apprentice Programme. The retro styling and open kitchen combine to make the Restaurant a relaxed and elegant environment. The emphasis is on top-quality seasonal produce, simply prepared with care and passion to create the best in modern Italian-led dishes.

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Maze Gordon Ramsay


10-13 Grosvenor Square Westminster, Mayfair, W1K 6JP

webgordonramsay.com phone+44 20 7107 0000

Gordon Ramsay's latest restaurant serves French cuisine with Asian influences under Head Chef Jason Atherton. The impressively designed space includes a 50 seat bar serving Asian-influenced cocktails and lighter dishes from the restaurant menu.

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Paradise by Way of Kensal Green


19 Kilburn Lane, Kensal Green, London W10 4AE

webtheparadise.co.uk phone+44 20 8969 0098

This historic and beautiful 'gastro pub' offers an impressive menu from head chef Maxime le Van and an extensive selection of wines, beers, cocktails and spirits. It boasts a gorgeous outdoor terrace for al fresco dining. Upstairs, the bohemian rooms have the atmosphere of a house party, expect anything from comedy to live music and burlesque shows.

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