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Are there any? Good ones, I mean.
Might have been nearer Fleet Street. It was good though and essentially the Korean equivalent of Busaba / Wagamamas in terms of decor and vibe.
There's a nice Japanese place on Drury Lane, near the junction with Long Acre. Not the Itsu on the corner, a few doors down.
Nice pub food down Lamb Conduit street. Nice little pizza place on Boswell St too.
Don't listen to anyone else's suggestions, only I know stuff.
my favourite street/road name in London
Not quite as good as Japan Crescent in Stroud Green
Tell me more about the vibe first though.
Tip: don't order the sausage platter though. It's just a bowl of supermarket sausages, a few slices of Mighty White and a bowl of ketchup.
you live AND work by where I do?
There's a really good wrap/flatbread place called Danny's on Lamb's conduit street, Sid's further down towards Great Ormond Street (and the Lamb Pub) does really good bacon sandwiches, but the main meals are a bit crap, and people's supermarket do some really good takeout food.
What's the psychic tip?
That's just off Fetter Lane. Good food, not too expensive. Busy for lunch, almost deserted for dinner - don't know if either of those are good or bad for what you're after.
which is around there. Do not go there. Unless you're having an ironic dinner
and a Sainsburys that sells sandwiches
love krispy kreme. that's probably how i'll die
Rest of the World vs the woman announcer on Central Line trains.
Lotsa places near there.
Stop muscling in on my patch.
Lebanese place right opposite the tube station. Really good food. No alcohol though.
You can bond by griping about why the waiter is sighing while he takes your order, or why the bread rolls have half a centipede baked into them
good cakes and quiche and coffee.
Also that Polish place near it is brilliant.
They've run the cafe opposite pretty much into the ground with their stupid 'nice' food.
We get it, you're the Queen of Fleet Street
this thread can now be deleted if sean needs the hard drive space
Very decent gastropub doing english recipes with the occasional European or African variance. Sister pub to the Anchor and Hope in Waterloo. No website and the name is the address so not much point googling it except for reviews. Possibly a cocktail bar in the basement but I've not been down there. Would definitely recommend.
Try the pizza with sausage, broccoli and chillies. MAMMA MIA!
Amazing but packed with 'posh' loonies
But it's really not the best. Stop muddying the waters.
If you like mussels and loads of Belgian beer.
I like the poncey beer there but it's often too rammed to get a seat, rubbish layout.