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Tonic & Remedy

British2.6 miles 151-157 City Road EC1V 1JH

A vibrant Shoreditch restaurant and bar, Tonic and Remedy offer a menu which evolves with the seasons, using modern techniques to add a twist to timeless classics. From the bar, sample bespoke cocktails and a wide range of wines and beers.

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The Sign of the Don

Bistro, British2.6 miles 21 St Swithin's Lane EC4N 7AD

The Sign of the Don, the younger sibling of the Don Restaurant is located on the former site of the Sandeman Port Company. The bar, bistro and private dining rooms, with a floor map of the City of London in 1789, a warren of tunnels and a wine cellar that used to be a secret passage to the Thames, pay tribute to the site where Sande...

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All Bar One - Monument

Modern European, British2.7 miles 103 Cannon Street Monument EC4N 5AD

The first All Bar One opened in Sutton in 1994 and since then has developed into one of the most talked about bar brands in the UK. The design is modern, open and airy, with large windows that allow guests to watch the world go by. It's comfortable, with antique mirrors, natural colours, brass features and reclaimed wood finishing ...

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The Even Keel Café at Cutty Sark

Modern British2.7 miles King William Walk SE10 9HT

Chart your course for Cutty Sark, one of the world's most famous ships and the last surviving tea clipper. The fastest and greatest of her time, she stands as a glorious monument to the age of sail and to all those who lost their lives in the merchant service. The Even Keel Café is located directly beneath the ship, so it'...

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Browns Restaurant & Bar - Bank

Modern European, British2.7 miles 8 Old Jewry Bank EC2R 8DN

With an unsurpassed reputation for serving classic food for more than thirty years, Browns leads the way as Britain's longest serving group of restaurants. You can expect top-notch modern British cuisine, briskly delivered in a stylish bistro-brasserie setting. Often housed in beautiful and grand listed buildings, with design enhanc...

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The Anthologist

British2.7 miles The Anthologist 58 Gresham Street EC2V 7BB

Approach the glass-fronted facade and glimpse into a haven that includes a stunning bar, 2 cocktail lounges, a contemporary kitchen complete with chef's table, decadent wine store and a quintessentially British delicatessen, courtesy of Borough Market's finest producers. Encapsulating a collection of all your favourite things, The A...

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The Trafalgar Tavern

Modern British2.7 miles Park Row SE10 9NW

The Trafalgar Tavern offers a taste of Old London in a spectacular waterside setting. The late-Regency building has been restored to its former glory and retains plenty of historical charm, boasting balconies and columns. If you're lucky enough to be seated in one of the bay windows, you can enjoy pleasant river views of the Thames....

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Coq d'Argent

French, British2.7 miles No 1 Poultry City EC2R 8EJ

Ascend to the top floor of the No.1 Poultry building and you will find yourself in a Gallic paradise - Coq d'Argent. With a passion for only the most authentic French cuisine, head chef Mickael Weiss has created a menu filled with mouth-watering delicacies, amid some quite striking surroundings. When it comes to picking the right a...

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All Bar One - London Bridge

Modern European, British2.7 miles 28-30 Londond Bridge St London Bridge SE1 9SG

The first All Bar One opened in Sutton in 1994 and since then has developed into one of the most talked about bar brands in the UK. The design is modern, open and airy, with large windows that allow guests to watch the world go by. It's comfortable, with antique mirrors, natural colours, brass features and reclaimed wood finishin...

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The Eagle - Hoxton

British2.8 miles 2 Shepherdess Walk N1 7LB

A charming pub in Hoxton, The Eagle brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.

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The Banker

British2.8 miles Cousin Lane City EC4R 3TE

Commanding a prime position under the arches between Southwark Bridge and London Bridge, this attractive pub offers exceptional views from its riverside terrace. It’s the perfect spot in which to enjoy a quick drink and something tasty to eat before wandering down to St Paul’s Cathedral, or popping across the river to the near...

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Searcys Bar and Restaurant

Modern British2.8 miles Barbican Centre Silk Street City EC2Y 8DS

Searcys Bar and Restaurant finds its home at the Barbican Centre, Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue and the home of the London Symphony Orchestra. There's a real feeling of airiness and contemporary class here, and superb views over the cityscape. The stylish bar and adjoining restaurant are located on the second...

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fish! Kitchen - Borough Market

Seafood2.8 miles Cathedral Street Borough Market Southwark SE1 9AL

fish! Kitchen is the brainchild of restaurateur Tony Allan. Following the success of the magnificent glasshouse that is fish! in Borough Market, the Kingston restaurant was opened. From the outside, the venue paints a pretty picture thanks t...

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Roast

Modern British2.8 miles The Floral Hall Stoney Street Southwark SE1 1TL

Opened in 2005 by renowned British-Bangladeshi restaurateur Iqbal Wahhab, and set close to London Bridge, Roast offers true British dining in the heart of the capital. The main draw has to be the reassuringly traditional, deliciously updated dishes on the menu; and the fact these feature only ethically sourced, top-quality prod...

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Brindisa Tapas London Bridge

Tapas, British2.8 miles 18-20 Southwark Street London Bridge SE1 1TJ

Harking back to 1988, Brindisa takes its name from the Spanish term brindis, meaning ‘to raise your glass in celebration’. Indeed, you’ll find yourself raising a glass to Brindisa’s excellent hospitality and authentic Spanish food. The first s...

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