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All Bar One 48 Leicester Square, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LT (Map)

Hopeless here, it was a killer to get served, and basically staff were extremely rude. Despite tipping a few quite generously, they stood around looking quite vacant, and in need of a personality transplant.... More Atmosphere: Value: Quality:
Johno, liverpool

All Bar One

Cafe Sol, Clapham (Bar / Restaurant)
“I saw this in the Latin section, that's totally wrong. Its just a fajita restaurant, that turns into a disco-thing after on Fri/Sat, full of Claphamites getting too drunk and trying to get laid. The Old woman who meets you on the door is generally very rude. But if all you're after is fajitas it's OK!”
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Chris, London 05 May 07

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Beach Blanket Babylon, Notting Hill (Bar / Restaurant)
“It was a surprise from my boyfriend, and what an incredible night it was. The decor was fantastic, gin and tonic strong, service spot on, rack on lamb to die for, left the venue wanting more. I highly reccommend a visit!”
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Sian Mccatty, Wimbledon 04 May 07

Victoria, Notting Hill (Bar)
“Pretty decent London pub. Food reasonable, beer good. Could do with better outside seating. There's an open fire in the winter and the library room upstairs is fantastic. Often gets skaters coming by from Hyde Park.”
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Matt, London 03 May 07

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Vertigo 42, City of London (Bar / Restaurant)
“"the cheapest drink comes in at £10 a glass and you rate it value for money - wish i was earning your salary (sorry didn't get chance to try the £1295.00 Veuve Clicquot, Ponsardin Yellow Label Brut)." In response to above, suggest user reads wine list more carefully, £1295 is the price for a Nebuchadnezzar (20 Bottles), so works out at £64.75/bottle, pretty much what you would expect to pay. Am going to Vertigo this weekend, will let you know what it's like (hopefully not full of uncultured idiots).”
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Baroque, Ealing (Bar / Restaurant / Club)
“As an ex-pat, I'll pay over the odds for a taste from home. But when it's not my home, I have to judge a restaurant on more standard criteria. The food is beautifully presented and obvious care has gone into sourcing fresh ingredients and quality meats. But it was served lukewarm and without much on the side. The cocktails were similarly inventive, but at 6 quid each, were neither expertly mixed nor were particularly strong. Anyhow, on the whole though, the food's good and it's authentic Kiwi cuisine - which I understand is hard to find in London. The service is okay (friendly, but not terribly professional), the music was fun, and there's booths for larger groups - which is always good for a night out with mates. My main complaint with The Kiwi Kitchen, though, is that it's like eating food from a really good gastropub in a Puzzle Bar. Also, from my viewpoint, it's dead expensive. A starter, a main and a drink will set you back more than it will at most good gastropubs - and even at some of London's finer restaurants. It's like Andrew Edmunds without the charm - and with a laminated menu. I've never had better Kiwi food anywhere else, but I've had better food in a better environment for less cost in many places elsewhere. I'd certainly say go if you're interested in Kiwi cuisine, but now that my curiosity is satisfied, I doubt that I will be returning.”
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Lydia Dye, London 03 May 07

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The Triangle Bar & Restaurant, Finsbury Park (Bar / Restaurant)
“Prepare to be transported to another world. Inside this palace of curiosities between Crouch End and Finsbury Park, with its rich fabrics, beaten metalwork, glowing candles and enchanting alcoves is a food-lover's heaven. Moroccan-inspired but with elements of Asian, European and even Australasian cuisine, the menu is as eclectic as the decor. We ate sardine salad with couscous - the fish moist with a perfectly crispy exterior, the couscous tender and spicy - then Thai green chicken curry, once again the ideal heat, texture and taste. My companion's sirloin steak had a garnish of ginger which had her squeaking with pleasure. Owner Aziz Begdouri devised both the exotic interior (including a surreal bed with furniture stuck to the ceiling) and the funky fusion menu, having been a chef in both his native Morocco and in London. Triangle won Archant's Best Moroccan restaurant in London award in 2006. Combined with the chilled music, the gracious and happy service, the small but idyllic garden, the low-level den where you sit cross-legged on cushions, the inventive wine list (try the Moroccan sauvignon blanc - it's knockout) and the plethora of intricate, lovingly worked details everywhere you look, this is a stunning triumph of a restaurant.”
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david nicholson, london 02 May 07

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The Draft House Westbridge, Battersea (Bar / Restaurant)
“This is fast becoming my favourite pub in London. It has a fantastic atmosphere; the food is delicious with a great menu, coupled with great staff who are friendly and attentive this makes for a great dining or just drinking experience. Last time I was at the Westbridge, I got to enjoy their newly open garden out the back.”
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Sam Smith, London 02 May 07

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North Pole Piano Restaurant, Bar & South Pole Club, Greenwich (Bar / Restaurant / Club)
“I went to the North Pole for a romantic dinner with my fiance on a friday night recently and was very impressed. The place was very busy and the ambience was lovely with the pianist on the grand piano. The food and service was honestly superb. We were served by a lovely waitress who knew her stuff and made us feel very comfortable. After our meal we had no intention to but decided to go to the main bar for a cocktail and I'm very glad we did. We stayed till late dancing and sipping on some lovely concoctions such as Rat Pack Manhattan's! This place gets a definite thums up in my book and I can't to return!”
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John Michael, bromley 02 May 07

Moors Bar, Crouch End (Bar)
“Fantastic place. Get their early. Enjoy the cocktails. Have a laugh with the staff. I'm a convert! :) Cheap drinks before 10 as well. Double the fun - Girls are pretty hot as well.”
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Happy Talking, London 01 May 07

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Fifty Five Bar, Camden (Bar)
“Fifty Five - A cool mixture of sophistication and glamour, this bar is the place to be seen this summer. The cocktails are a combination of refined Bellini’s, refreshing Mojitos and delicious Cosmopolitans (from memory there are over 200 to choose from) – but be warned its highly likely that you’ll be ‘bullied’ into the obligatory shot of Jägermeister. In summary a totally luscious and mouthwatering experience, and that’s just the bartenders…”
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Deb Hayes, London 01 May 07

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Truc Vert, Mayfair (Restaurant)
“Excellent breakfasts (they’re happy for you to use your laptop and hold a business meeting in the quiet calm of the wood-floored main room). Fresh croissants and pastries slip down easily with a frothy cappuccino, but, if you have time, try the cooked breakfast. I don't know how they get eggs and bacon to taste this good, but they’re things of beauty. It can get very busy at lunch, so I'd recommend coming back late afternoon or early evening, when the interior is tranquil and strangely calm, to sample meats and cheeses, or tuck into some classic French cooking like confit duck or their fantastic chicken, which is always on the menu in some guise or other. My particular favourite involves new potatoes, bacon, spinach and a wild mushroom sauce of such earthiness you just want to sniff the dish over and over, but the rather more adventurous lentil, fig and spinach concoction is pretty good too. The menu changes daily so there's always an element of surprise which I very much like.”
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Nigel Fletcher, London 30 Apr 07

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Bombay Brasserie, Kensington (Restaurant)
“The food did not live up to our expectations, although the service was excellent. We would not eat here again.”
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Shelly Lewis, London 29 Apr 07

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Loungelover, Shoreditch (Bar)
“What a place. Its by far the best bar in London. The drinks, the food the atmosphere. Its sexy romantic, relaxed and not at all pretentious. I came here from Sosho on Tabernacle St. and thought that place was ok but not sure what all the fuss was about but Loungelover.... Fabulous darling!”
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James Allit, London 28 Apr 07

Opal Champagne Lounge, Kensington (Bar)
“If you go to Opal bar on Wednesday at night, go at 00.30 ... there is a great ambiance. Music is nice, the deco too but you have no real place to dance.”
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morgane, london 28 Apr 07

Brixton Bar & Grill, Brixton (Bar)
“I love this place. The staff are excellent, the atmosphere is buzzing and the organic food is delicious, I can particularly recommend the chorizo al vino - one of the best I have tasted and the organic chilli & coriander burger. After a few visits the staff have continually made me and my friends feel welcome, all I have to worry about now is becoming part of the furniture.”
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Andy Jones, London 27 Apr 07

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Book a table at Edinboro Castle, Camden now - fast, free and confirmed!

Edinboro Castle, Camden (Bar)
“Great outside area but service is lousy. Be prepared to spend half your afternoon in line waiting to order a drink, defeats the purpose of being in a beer garden in the first place.”
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Brett, London 27 Apr 07

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Christopher's, West End (Bar / Restaurant)
“Food was excellent, the service was superb, as were the sloe gin martini's!”
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Faye Deeming, Ipswich 26 Apr 07

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Fifty Five Bar, Camden (Bar)
“Very cool bar with friendly staff! Well worth a visit!”
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sarah king, barnet 26 Apr 07

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Fifty Five Bar, Camden (Bar)
“An absolutely fantastic place! Well recommended! Staff very friendly, drinks amazing although can be a little on the expensive side, but great value during their buy one get one free cocktail hour!”
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M Yeomans, London 26 Apr 07

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