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The Bank of England used to trade in this building for 87 years, until 1975 when the premises were sold to a building society. In 1994, Fuller's Brewery took over the lease and began major refurbishment with the aim of restoring the building to its former glory. Re-designed in Italianate style, the beautifully renovated Grade I listed building offers stunning surrounds with an extremely opulent interior, standing out as one of the finest pubs in Central London.
They did a fantastic job and the lavish interior is simply impeccable. Complete with luxurious marble, grand paintings and specially commissioned murals illustrating theRead more
Founded in 1894, this well-established fish and seafood restaurant is discreetly tucked away on St Martin’s Court between Charring Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane In the heart of London’s West End theatre district.
J. Sheekey Oyster Bar London offers an extensive selection of dishes created using the finest fish, oysters, shellfish and other fruits de mer.
The tranquil and calm oasis inside is a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of thriving central London outside.Read more
Zuma’s little sister, Roka, is a contemporary Japanese restaurant within Canary Wharf, offering surroundings which are elegant, relaxed and inviting, set within floor-to-ceiling glass walls enjoying stunning views of Canada Square.
The heart of the restaurant is the robatayaki, a contemporary Japanese-style barbecue prepared on the Robata Grill which sits centrally for all to see. You can witness the chefs freshly preparing and cooking up your meals offering behind-the-scenes access to the previously unsighted.Read more
Momo is a glamorous Moroccan restaurant set in the opulent area of Mayfair. The restaurant is seductive, sexy, and alluring with a gorgeous Marrakech theme offering a modern and elegant edge with a cosy and romantic ambience.
The food, however, was faultless, exotic flavours seamlessly executed, incorporating their own interpretation as well as keeping the tradition alive.
Particular favourites include the Pigeon Pasitlla - a fine pastry filled with sweet and spiced wood pigeon & almond, as well as the Couscous Mechoui for two – slow charcoal whole roasted lamb shoulder with authentic spices and ras el hanour spikedRead more