Walkin app and din tai fung
That looks great, as does A Wong (thanks @andyfallsoff)
Turns out that her heart's desire is to go to Chez Bruce, which we have been meaning to do for the last 20 years.
I think I will also add a visit to one of the above, just for good measure.
Any suggestions for somewhere North/Central for lunch on a Sunday (not necessarily Sunday lunch) with the parents?
Something along the lines of Great Queen Street or the Anchor and Hope (but not them).
Are there any recommendations for vegetarian near Victoria?
Any suggestions would be really appreciated, as it is a pretty restrictive set of criteria.
RASA N16. I know I recommend it all the time, but there are reasons.
Er oops. Only just read 'not Indian' not as 'Indian'. :)
The Gate in Islington?
Think it meets those requirements. Not super posh, but quite nice (if a bit loud).
Good shout. Forgot about the Gate. Guessing if it's in-between the theater showing times it shouldn't be too bad.
@Oliver Schick - Indian is always the default, so trying to find something different. I wonder if there are any veggie lead Turkish places ... but then I want something that isn't just going to be falafel.
Mestizo near Warren Street/Camden. Has vegan and dairy free sections in the menu
Scully st James’s?
Any suggestions for fancy Italian food in central/north London for a 40th birthday?
Something similar to Trullo, Bancone etc
Mildred's? Not really smart but I'd say nicer than wagamama.
Morito has good veg options. Not sure about non-dairy options but I think there's a few.
Plough Way Cafe, in Surrey Docks is a nice Italian place. Pizza and pasta both great, prices in line with similar operations, decent deals during the day (50%off pizza and a special of the day pasta at £6). The three wait staff I encountered were lovely. I liked the decor too but I guess that is subjective.
(Edit-This is just a recommendation based on a recent visit, not in response to the question upthread)
Cub in Hoxton
what's the best, not nessecarily vegetarian indian on Drummond Street currently?
Diwana, imho. Its subjective though. I like the basic interior and canteen type layout at lunch. The food is superb.
I'd say Raavi Kebab is the best with meat (but no alcohol).
Diwani for vegetarian.
Shah's for "traditional" curry (beers and meat).
Cheers. I'll have a look.
I guess I'm after somewhere cool with a bit of a vibe for a group, rather than a special one-to-one birthday meal.
Where's the best place for moules mariniere in London?
Probably a French bistro like Shampers or Le Garrick
that ersatz belgian setup that's dotted around the west end?
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