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With varied eating and drinking spaces, welcoming service and all-day flexibility, Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings offers a creative hub for all those who enjoy the brand’s signature style, day and night.
Steeped in heritage and truly unique, St. Katharine Docks are home to a collection of high-quality offices, restaurants and bars. St. Katharine Dock's has evolved and diversified time and time again during its long history. The Docks are built on a site with over 1000 years history.
Combining Peru's exciting cuisine with Soho's spark, Ceviche Soho kick-started London's Peruvian restaurant revolution. They take excellence in Peruvian food and drinks very seriously.
Your local pub in the heart of the city, they have an extensive range of reasonably priced chilled lager, wine and ales.
Brixton Station Road Market is run by the Brixton Market Traders’ Federation Community Interest Company. That means it’s run by traders themselves. It isn’t owned by a private corporation or run by the local authority, which makes it one-of-a-kind.
THE OLDEST CHOPHOUSE IN LONDON
In 1723 Thomas Simpson opened his first Fish Ordinary Restaurant in Bell Alley, Billingsgate. His clientele was mainly those who worked in the fish market who bought him fish which he would prepare specially.
Notes are serving delicious, seasonally-inspired food throughout the day, to eat in or take away.
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