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Finding a Place to Eat in London

When you think of London you think of the many things associated with the great city; red buses, red phone boxes, Buckingham Palace and the world famous tube line. But the idea of excellent restaurants does not enter the mind as freely as the more well known London attractions. However, by taking the briefest of looks at the London food scene it is possible to see a whole host of restaurants available for you to choose from, ranging from the exclusive offering bottles of wine which cost more than the average annual wage to restaurants delivering first-rate cuisine, modestly and value for money in one.

Still unconvinced? Take a look at Londonís finest. Bertorelli St Martins Lane is a wonderful place to eat, offering Italian cuisine and perfect for a working lunch or a meal in the West End with friends and an average food-per-head price of around £35.00. The world famous Ritz Hotel serves afternoon tea for £37.00, and whilst this may seem steep it is a must for a visit to London as you allow yourself to relax amongst the height of luxury and decadence and enjoy the superb food.

The Waterway, a new gastropub overlooking Regents Canal, is situated in West London and focuses on delivering superb French and modern European cuisine. A sophisticated decor compliments your meal as you relax amongst the warm colours and wooden ceiling. It is an exceptional place to dine with a terrace for warm summer evenings and lunches.

But if there is one location which on a visit to London you simply must experience, it is the interestingly named "Tamesa @ Oxo". On the second floor of the Oxo tower, the Tamesa has views across the Thames, allowing you to watch its own story unfold in front of your eyes as you enjoy your meal. Half brasserie and half bar the restaurant offers contemporary cuisine with a weekly changing seasonal menu delivering the kind of variety not normally found in a restaurant. If a more expensive meal is to your taste then the rooftop restaurant on the Oxo tower offers more exclusive cuisine and a more refined evening and will not fail to disappoint.

So if you're looking at city breaks in the Capital, be sure to try a few of London's finest, and not necessarily most expensive, restaurants.

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