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Insider tips on and can't miss spots and restaurants

Two couples traveling to London in October. Looking for tips on don't miss spots to see. Foodies not into nightlife. Thanks.

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Mark from California

When wandering the boutiques and alley shops of Soho during the day, take a break at Copita, for excellent wine and tapas. In the evening, avoid the noise and crowds of Brick Lane and have a more refined yet equally delicious Indian experience at the Cinnamon Club just around the corner from Westminster Abbey. Reservations recommended. 


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Kari
Thank you Mark!
 
 
 

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Anthony from New York City

It's no secret that Brits love Indian food - for a more up-market experience check out Dishoom and order bits of everything and share with the table.

I've been twice in the previous year, during lunch they sometimes have a game at the end where if you roll two die and get two 6's your lunch is free.

For evening service, booking advised.

For some great Caribbean chicken check out BOXPARK Shoreditch


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Thanks Anthony
 
 
 

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Sandy from Memphis, Tennessee

one of the best restaurants is Signor Sassi! almost across the street from harrods. we are in london 3 to 4 times a year and always eat there. i suggest reservations! a great mix of people


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