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The Windsor Castle 114 Campden Hill Road, Notting Hill Gate, London, W8 7AR (Map)

Two meals for £15 with a drink during the week is a fantastic deal and so it has become my lunch break retreat! I havent been in there during the weekend though but they are advertising a Cribbage (its... More Atmosphere: Value: Quality:
James Platford, London

The Windsor Castle
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The Yard Bar, Soho (Bar)
“I have to say I have been coming to The Yard for years (about 10) - and I am pleased with the new decor, etc. However, I do agree with most of the comments. The Staff, OMG the Staff. They are absolutely ghastly. Very cultivated bodies but nothing (it seems) up there. It might well be that they are so badly paid that they cannot be bothered to smile a little or be nice to people. The drinks are sometimes overpriced (not as bad as The Edge, for instance) and the house wines should be reconsidered, as they are quite bad too. Now, it is one of the quietest, more pleasant venues in this Soho of ours, but I think they could gain a lot from reading what people have to say about them. True, it's our decision to go there and give them business, but at the end of the day, the New management (cutting edge bars) should be aware of the reason why the previous management did not work out. It is not just making the venue prettier anymore. Us queens do have standards too!”
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Carlos Redondo, London 02 Feb 10

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The Yard Bar, Soho (Bar)
“I have to say,on entering the premises i was nicely surprised by the decor leading into the The Yard/Loft. The ambiatic feeling followed through once upstairs in the Loft. This was quickly shot down down in flames when greeted (if that,s the word), by bar staff that looked as if they were asked to serve drinks at thier Grannies funeral!!! How rude and prissey they were, not just the one but all!! If they had spent the same amount of time on thier customer service skills (which were zilch), as thier appearance then i would consider a return visit!! What a shame!!!!”
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ANDREW BERRY, LONDON 01 Feb 10

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Thalassa Restaurant & Bar, Enfield & Barnet (Bar / Restaurant)
“Extremely disappointing!! Would never recommend, and especially not for groups. Positive: it looks lovely and clean...thats it. Negative(s): we arrived @ 8.30 and finally got our main course in dribs and drabs at 11pm. Staff poorly trained, (some looked too young to serve alcohol) didn't have a clue, got the orders wrong spectacularly! And we were not the only ones they messed up on. We prebooked for 16 but when we arrived they only had a table for ten and said we could shuffle in. Not an issue if the table was big enough but we were on each others laps as it was. When the food arrived some cold side dishes were missing and most of the food was bland. We had to keep asking for drinks orders and the were out of stock of almost everything on the menu. When we complained at the end the staff said these things happen!! Needless to say, my 1 and only visit was made there. Ruined the whole night for us.”
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[ Unknown ], cambridge 31 Jan 10

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Viet, Soho (Restaurant)
“Top quality Vietnamese food this. I've been to Vietnam and I didn't find much better there. Hence this tiny place is always busy, even on weeknights. There's usually a queue out the door so don't dawdle too long. Let someone else share the experience. Really cheap if you BYOB. Don't bother with the Thai options.”
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Sam, Greenwich 30 Jan 10

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Costa Dorada- Spanish Bar & Restaurant, Soho (Bar / Restaurant / Club)
“Ok, ok - so granted we came to this Spanish restaurant in Soho far too early for what constitutes dinner-time in Spain. But the place was pretty empty. Maybe it fills up later. Waited for over half an hour before we got asked what we'd like to drink (and then only because we'd flagged down 3 x servers). Meze platters are generous and tasty (but would suggest maybe they have tea-candles on the table to keep it warm?) Will I come again? Maybe after 11 to watch the dancers.”
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Aletia James, Clapham 29 Jan 10

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Jen Cafe, West End (Restaurant)
“There's a lady who stands in the window making dumplings and other treats. In the window. How could I not go in? Sadly the satay meat balls tasted nothing like peanuts but give this place a thumbs up for value for money and good tasting (albeit not what you expected) food.”
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Theresa, Wimbeldon 29 Jan 10

The Dove Freehouse and Kitchen, Hackney (Restaurant)
“i love this place - its proper British comfort food with fantastic well priced roasts including a roast chicken to share and roast pork with perfect crackling - all meat responsibly sourced from the Westcountry. Amazingly, the friendly kitchen staff appear to be Thai so there is also an (as yet unexplored ) Asian menu. The bar staff are also a pretty cool Broadway market crowd, but the crowning glory of the Dove is its vast range of Belgian gourmet beers, one of the widest in London and the real reason why the pavements are heaving with Boho trendies from spring through to autumn.”
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richibich, plymouth 29 Jan 10

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Odette's, Swiss Cottage & Primrose Hill (Restaurant)
“A fine balance of flavours in food that looks minimal but is more than adequate. Good front of house and relaxing if rather small interior. Would go back there any time.”
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Scott, Caerdydd 29 Jan 10

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Tooting Tram and Social, Tooting (Bar / Club)
“I used to think The Selkirk was the best pub in Tooting but then I stumbled across this place. What a find. They have all kinds of crazy nights going here from live music to burlesque to swing dancing to village fetes (I kid you not!). It's amazing. A huge great big singular room filled with all kinds of weird artefacts. The wine list is pretty decent and the proximity to the tube means it wont be difficult to stumble home. Great tunes too.”
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Leigh, Tooting 29 Jan 10

Mr Lawrence, New Cross & Brockley (Bar)
“This is the BEST bar in South East London. Fact. It's right near Crofton Park train station, it has the Rivoli right over the road, AND it has it's very own off license next door. How cool? Wooden tables, floors, ceilings, bar - wooden everything; except the people and the vibe, which is....bouncing. Great beer selection. Perfect for those in their 30s.”
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Leigh, Tooting 29 Jan 10

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The White Horse, Brixton (Bar)
“Love: the great decorations, the massive portions of pub grub, the 25-35 age range, the fab tunes, the sexy people Don't love: the walk from Brixton tube station, the wait at the bar (staff aren't too quick), the toilets”
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Leigh, Tooting 29 Jan 10

The World's End, Camden (Bar)
“This is THE Camden meeting place. This is where you go before you go on to somewhere else because (a) it's right next to Camden town tube station, (b) it's inexpensive, (c) it's expansive, and (d) there's loads of sexy rock & roll boys and girls there. The ultimate pre-gig swift-pinter.”
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Leigh, Tooting 29 Jan 10

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The Phoenix, Victoria (Bar / Restaurant)
“Even though this nifty little boozer is just a couple of minutes walk from Victoria it's backstreet vibe means it has an 'in the know' popularity. I've been there during the day for a meeting (great wifi) and it was lovely and quiet. We felt really relaxed and the homely decor made it feel like some country mansion kitchen. And then came the lunchtime rush. Obviously a favourite with many a local worker. At least it gave the place a different kind of atmosphere. A great pub for all times of the day”
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Leigh, Tooting 29 Jan 10

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Book a table at Gaucho Piccadilly, Mayfair now - fast, free and confirmed!

Gaucho Piccadilly, Mayfair (Bar / Restaurant)
“As a younger female working in the city, I was worried that Gaucho would be too macho for me. I was pleasantly suprised, it is sexy, sophistocated and a great place to be taken on a date. I cant remember recieving such friendly and attentive service and the Ceviche and Steaks were beautiful”
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Claire Wilson, London 29 Jan 10

The Jolly Gardners, Wandsworth (Bar)
“Slightly more expensive than your average pub food but well worth the money. Fantastic feed! 5* for the food alone.”
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Geraldine O'Brien, Wandsworth, London 29 Jan 10

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The Victoria by Paul Merrett, Barnes & Sheen (Bar / Restaurant / Hotel)
“I decided to go back to The Victoria recently after a disastrous first experience. Had a much better time, although still not impressed. The service was slow and the staff cold and seemingly unconcerned. The food was OK, but I expect more than OK when they charge 7 pounds for a cheeseboard!! Atmosphere typical of a gastropub i.e. none.”
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John Abbot, Barnes 28 Jan 10

Underworld, Camden (Bar / Club)
“I love coming here. It's the ultimate grungy indie, gothy, rocky, dancey, kind of club. No windows, awful toilets, grumpy bar staff, and loads and loads of top tunes. Fantastic. Filled to the brim with tasty crumpet too.”
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Leigh, Tooting 28 Jan 10

The Camel & Artichoke, Waterloo (Bar)
“Shhhh, keep it a secret. This is possibly one of the best pubs in London. It cant be too much of a secret because it's always busy in there. SO much better than the other pubs around Waterloo (aside from the White Hart and the Kings Arms). A great place to settle in with a big crowd upstairs if you get there early enough.”
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Leigh, Tooting 28 Jan 10

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The Three Bells, Heathrow Airport (Bar / Restaurant)
“Obviously, because everyone is excited about flying out of London, this pub/restaurant has a great atmosphere. Loads of space for bags and lounging around. It feels like someone's front room almost. And the food is better than expected. All wines by the glass too so you don't miss your flight. We ate there and almost missed our flight because we were so relaxed.”
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Leigh, Tooting 28 Jan 10

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