A-Levels Asian Blonde
Brunette Busty Ebony
E.European English Indian
Joel Robuchon
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is based on simplicity and the very highest quality food, drawing on Robuchon’s internationally renowned culinary expertise.

The philosophy of the counter where you dine at L’Atelier is one of interactivity. The eating counter surrounds the entire kitchen where the diners’ food is prepared. Robuchon utilises this format as a chef can actually gauge the reaction of his clients, and even converse with those regulars that wish to participate. In turn diners may watch their food being prepared by consummate professionals in the Japanese inspired lay out.

At L’Atelier you can eat the highest quality food in an informal, convivial environment in less than an hour should you so wish. In London, unlike the sister restaurants in Paris and Tokyo, there are another 20 seats where diners may sit opposite each other.

Robuchon’s menu delights the palate with clean incisive flavours and refreshingly unfussy presentation, the dishes being predominantly French with Italian and Spanish elements.
http://www.restaurants-joel-robuchon.comRhodes W1
Slick, contemporary and cosmopolitan. Rhodes W1 Brasserie offers the very best in modern European dishes, but with a distinctly British accent.

Gary Rhodes once again shows us his true mastery of the Great British classics whilst adding a cosmopolitan flavour to reflect his new West End surroundings. As such, the eagerly awaited Rhodes W1 Brasserie has already become a buzzing destination brasserie catering for breakfast meetings, stylish lunches and leisurely dinners with equal aplomb. The broad menu at Rhodes W1 Brasserie offers plenty of choice & appeal to all suit all tastes, including classics such as potted salmon & moules marinière to duck rillette & three types of steak but it's in more sophisticated dishes that the kitchen really excels. A beautifully cooked leg and breast of duck with baby turnips and peaches, in a tangy jus & bread-crumbed plaice with a zingy lime infused guacamole & first-rate chunky chips were both out of this world. And unlike many upmarket British restaurants, there's no dress code or stiff atmosphere at Rhodes W1 and the service is quite laid back with young, friendly staff eager to please. Rhodes W1 Brasserie is already packing the diners in & it's easy to see why once you've visited this stunning central London restaurant.
http://www.rhodesw1.comThe Cavendish


The Cavendish Hotel, 81 Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6JF

Type of cuisine: Modern British

Average price: £40.00 Nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus
David Britton at The Cavendish Restaurant is situated in an elevated dining room overlooking the exclusive boutiques and galleries of Jermyn Street and St. James's

AA Rosette awarded Restaurant; David Britton at The Cavendish is located on the first floor of The Cavendish Hotel in Jermyn Street. The Restaurant offers the decor and ambience that you would expect from a hotel located in the exclusive area of St. James's. David Britton's style of cooking is best described as contemporary British with some modern European influences. Executive Chef, David Britton and his team create monthly changing menus using the best seasonal and regional produce. All recipes and dishes are entirely 'homemade' and are prepared with creative flair and passion. The service within David Britton at The Cavendish is attentive without becoming intrusive, in order to make it one of the most memorable dining experiences possible. David Britton at The Cavendish is an ideal destination for business lunches, special occasions and with their close proxi
http://www.thecavendish-london.co.ukGalvin La Chapelle
Enjoying huge success on the London restaurant scene, the Galvin brothers have brought their exquisite French cuisine to the East End of London with their latest restaurant Galvin La Chapelle, situated in the rather stunning St Botolph’s Hall in the City. This London landmark has been transformed into an elegant and sophisticated French restaurant yet the designers have made clever use of all the original features of this beautiful Grade II listed Victorian church hall. The vaulted ceilings are impressive; as are the arched windows and stone columns, and the original pews remain and form part of the seating. Already a huge hit amongst the local city slickers, Galvin La Chapelle is there to impress and does so with flair. Although the scenery is inspiring, it is the food that is the real star here where you might choose to start with a terrine of foie gras and fig with quince purée and brioche followed by grilled red mullet, bouillabaisse vinaigrette and herb fritters or roast côte de boeuf, truffle macaroni and Hermitage jus and finish with a delicious blueberry soufflé with a coulis and milk ice cream. The prix fixe menu is excellent value at just £24.50. For less formal dining with bistro style dishes check out the Galvin Café de Luxe at the same address. Galvin La Chapelle is yet another rip roaring success from two of the capital’s most respected restaurateurs/chefs.
http://www.galvinrestaurants.com/section.php/61/1/galvin_la_chapelleQuo Vadis (Soho)
Quo Vadis is an iconic Soho restaurant recently refurbished to create an elegant dining space with a wonderful English menu

Quo Vadis is not only one of London's most famous restaurants but it's also one of the capital's most beautiful venues. Sam and Eddie Hart, the owners of top Spanish restaurants Fino and Barrafina, are delighted to re-open this iconic restaurant, which has been brought back to its former glory with a Dining Room on the ground floor, Members Club and two Private Function Rooms on the 1st and 2nd floor respectively. In a bid to recreate the history and grandeur of the great Grill Rooms of London, designers Andy Martin Associates have created an elegant dining room space with beautiful leather seating, sophisticated fabrics and other precious materials used in detailing. Food follows a traditional English theme most of the way with starters such as Crab Mayonnaise, Asparagus and butter or Brown Shrimp on Toast followed by Roast Saddle of Lamb, Grilled Dover Sole or Poached Eggs with Artichoke and Hollandaise, not forgetting the absolute staples such as 28 Day Lincoln Red Beef with Chips in all the various cuts or Veal Cutlet with Sage, both from the fantastic grill section. With a superb wine list and excellent service to match, it's no wonder that Quo Vadis has returned to its former glory days as one of London's finest restaurants. Highly recommended and essential to book in advance.

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