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http://www.dimt.co.uk/ London Bridge.
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Expensive: Belgo's

Cheap: Fishcotheque
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Dixy, Sams, HFC, Chicken cottage. (The Hood)
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Wong Kei (Chinatown), Castle's Pie and Mash (Camden) and Brick Lane Beigel Bake (Brick Lane!).

If we're talking chains I'm partial to a Wagamama or Wasabi.
Wong Kei sweet and sour chicken :sogood: I do quite like going there for the waiters, their rudeness can be hilarious.
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If you fancy a curry then check out, Tayyabs or even Maedah Grill for some Turkish food

http://www.tayyabs.co.uk/

http://www.maedahgrill.net/
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Misato near Leicester Square, AKA The Place That Everyone Walks Past But Never Notices.

Staff, food, portions, and prices are superb.

Oh, and it's Japanese cuisine.
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thanks!
how about some british food?
and also why do you guys put picture of a vomiting face but sound like you like it?
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(Original post by K the Failure)
Misato near Leicester Square, AKA The Place That Everyone Walks Past But Never Notices.

Staff, food, portions, and prices are superb.

Oh, and it's Japanese cuisine.
What do you mean never notices? I always have to queue for about 30-40 minutes! I love Misato though, went there Monday night nyum nyum! :woo:
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(Original post by nakki)
thanks!
how about some british food?
and also why do you guys put picture of a vomiting face but sound like you like it?
British? Hmm... Loch Fyne in Covent Garden is a lovely fish restaurant.
When you say British, does that include Italian pizza? :p: Fire and Stone in Covent Garden and Westfield do amazing pizzas, check out their website.
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go to benihana...nice food and entertainment...zilli fish is great aswell x
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Lot's of Brick Lane love in here! Very cool considering i'm there drinking my Red Stripe twice a week.

I'd recommend Brick Lane market too, they have a range of foreign food stalls Thai/Chinese/Turksih/Japanese etc, Very affordable.

If you go on a Sunday you have to market too and they make fresh smoothies/juice in front of you for £2.50
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Hmm... For British food, I'd go for Porters in Covent Garden, Mother Mash on Carnaby Street, S&M (sausage & mash) Cafe at the O2 Arena, or Riverfront Bar & Kitchen at the BFI Southbank.

Otherwise, Wahaca (Covent Garden or Westfield) for Mexican, Mango Tree (Victoria) or Busaba Eathai (Wardour Street) for Thai, Le Pont de La Tour (Tower Bridge) or The Swan at The Globe (Bankside) for yummy food and a nice setting, and The Yard (Shoreditch) for Italian.
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Sadaf - Bayswater
Chula - Hammersmith
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Yeah, Misatos is a definite addition, as the amount of food you get for your money is massive, (mmm, teriyaki chicken with extra rice).

I make too much of my own food, so I'm not actually that useful on exact restaurants.

Location-wise, you'll find great restaurants and cafes around Brick Lane (as mentioned multiple times before), as well as Edgware Road and China Town.

Oh, that's a point. You can get some strange food down at Borough Market, next to London Bridge station, but half of it is undergoing restoration, so it's a bit limited. You can easily pick up a couple of ostrich steaks (raw), or some veal burgers (cooked) around there, when it's running at full capacity.
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For food stalls - Camden market and the Sunday Brick Lane market are pretty good. I've never seen such variety.
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(Original post by nakki)
thanks!
how about some british food?
Go to any pub. Or as I said, Castle's Pie and Mash in C-town.
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I really don't like Misato... :dontknow:
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Isn't Inamo that dreadful place with the interactive tables?
Only dreadful if you're a technophobe.

I love it, as does my boyfriend. Best creme brulee EVER. :coma: :coma:
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Gordon Ramsay
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Hakkasan off tottenham court road.

Maroush on edgeware road

ganapati in peckham

any of the tas restaurants

yauatcha

the anchor and hope in southwark

firezza

etc etc etc etc etc
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