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Axis Restaurant & Bar at "One Aldwych" Covent Garden

A restaurant generating a lot of publicity, attached to the hotel but with its own street entrance. Great for visitors staying in the hotel, locals who want to splash out and those in town for a show. It's an elegant place, with an impressive bar, which is a double height decorated in space. Classic European menu with a modern twist. Fantastic for lunch, pre or post theatre supper or dinner. Indigo Restaurant Relaxed informal restaurant overlooking the buzz of the Lobby Bar. Creative modern European cuisine; organic produce and light and healthy options. Open every day for breakfast, lunch, pre and post theatre suppers and dinner. Great for brunch, early evening drinks and canapés on the balcony. Lobby Bar Named one of the top five hotel bars in the world by the Sunday Telegraph. Hot from the day it opened. Stunning double height space with original contemporary sculptures. Serious cocktails. Delectable bar food. Brilliant buzz. Cinnamon Bar High energy espresso bar open early `til late. Fabulous coffee, perfect sandwiches and salads. Freshly squeezed vegetable and fruit juices. Irresistible cookies, muffins and cakes. Tapas and sangria, sushi, wine by the glass. Al fresco eating; great for a bite before the theatre.


The Good Earth Restaurants

The Good Earth is “still one of the best Chinese restaurants in London” (Hardens Food Guide). With over 25 years of history, the Good Earth has stood the test of time because of the quality of its food, service and surroundings.

The menu reflects the journey that Chinese food has taken in London - from the traditional aromatic duck & dry shredded beef, to modern Chinese dishes that are unique to us - like Grilled Monkfish and Shanghai Chilli Chicken. Working with chefs from China, they have combined experience with expertise in regional Chinese cooking to fine tune the traditional Chinese menu for modern tastes.

The restaurants are elegant and relaxed, with an easy ambience. They are discreet for business, intimate for romance, and provide comfortable space for families and friends.

Knightsbridge, 233 Brompton Road, London SW3 2EP
020 7584 3658

Esher, 14-18 High St, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9RT
01372 462 489

Mill Hill, 143-145 The Broadway, London, NW7 4RN
020 8959 7011


Mayfair - Mosaico

Set beneath the DKNY store opposite Brown's Hotel and just round the corner from The Ritz, this Mayfair Italian couldn't be anything else but sophisticated and upmarket. Think red-leather banquettes or stylish chairs, tables dressed in their best whites and limestone floors. Cream walls, prints of Italian scenes and a mirrored frieze above the seating keeps things light, while staff are slick, attentive and Latin. The kitchen takes an equally stylish, modish approach with a northern Italian slant, using quality ingredients, including textbook pastas and cracking breads and grissini. Expect light, well-presented, clear flavoured dishes like ravioli filled with artichokes in a light vegetable sauce, or perhaps grilled calves' liver and kidneys with truffle-scented olive oil.
13 Albermarle St W1S 4HJ Phone: 020 7409 1011 Web: www.mosaico-restaurant.co.uk


New Bond Street - Nicole's

A wide stone staircase leads down to the bright, split-level restaurant below Nicole Farhi's fashion store on exclusive Bond Street. And, as you'd expect of a haute-couture eatery, there's a stylish contemporray edge to match that designer label. A small upper level has a steel and glass bar with more informal tables, while oak floors, brown leather and white linen distinguish the main dining area a few steps down. The cooking takes an assured modern approach, based around simplicity and quality seasonal ingredients. For mains expect the likes of grilled halibut with roasted leeks, crispy potatoes and chanterelles, or perhaps baked garlic-and-lemon-crusted cod with crab mash and
red chard, followed by a chocolate pot and espresso cookie to finish. The bread selection is excellent. A separate bar menu is also available.
158 New Bond St, W1S 2UB Email:


Berkeley Street - Nobu

The sister of the famous Nobu restaurant of Park Lane, this Mayfair newcomer has already established itself as a place to see and be seen. Downstairs a spacious bar serves drinks till the early hours, while the upstairs restaurant is open for dinner only and features a sushi bar with an open kitchen, a wood-burning oven and a 12-seater hibachi table where guests can cook their own food With a chefs assistance. The waiters know their stuff and are happy to guide you through the menu or even choose a surprise selection; do the alternatively plump for the six-course tasting menu to really place justice. Crispy Gloucestershire Old Spot pork with spicy miso is a hit, as is chocolate harumaki (spring rolls) with passionfruit dipping sauce.
15 Berkeley Street, W1J 8DY Phone: 020 7290 9222 Web: www.noburestaurants.co.uk


London W1 - Nobu

Attracting a hip clientele of celebrities and foodies alike, Nobuyuki Matsulhisa's first UK restaurant has acquired international standing. Taking up the whole of the first floor of the trendy Metropolitan Hotel, Nobu's interior is ultra sleek and minimalist, its clean lines accentuated by stylish neutral colours, stark tiled floors, leather banquettes and chairs, while huge windows deliver superb views over Park Lane and Hyde Park. It's still one of London's most fashionable venues, so tables are fairly close together and you need to book in advance. Service is swift, with friendly and unassuming black-clad staff ready to guide the uninitiated through the lengthy, flexible-styled menu, predominantly aimed at grazing and sharing. The accomplished kitchen's style is clearly Japanese but with the occasional South American twist, in dishes like anti-cucho Peruvian-style spicy rib-eye steak, or Chilean sea bass with moro miso. The focus is on exceptionally fresh produce, with defined and vibrant flavours and impressive presentation, as in the must-have black cod with miso. Finish off with an indulgent chocolate bento box - perfect for sharing. There's also a sushi bar to round up a class act.
The Metropolitan, Old Park Lane, W1Y 4LB Phone: 020 7447 4747 Email: ecb@ecbpr.co.uk Web: www.noburestaurants.com


London W1 - The Orrery

Perched above the Conran shop, this first-floor restaurant is all cool, clean lines and sophisticated simplicity, with an etched glass screen at the far end depicting the namesake orrery - a mechanical model of the solar system One of London's most prestigious dining venues, it's set on the High Street in Marylebone village in what was once the site of Henry VIII's hunting lodge. The pedigree of Terence Conran design is unrnistakable: contemporary, streamline and typically understated, it comes flooded by light from large arched windows and skylights. Two long rows of tables lined with banquettes and chairs fill the narrow, bright room, where service is as stylish as the surroundings, while there's a small, intimate lounge bar for pre-meal drinks. Cooking style is suitably innovative and creative, intricate, light and conternporary, its roots firmly in the classics. Meticulous presentation, highly accomplished technical skills and top-notch produce pepper the repertoire; think best end of new season lamb with slow-braised shoulder, aubergine puree and olive jus, or perhaps steamed monkfish wrapped in prosciutto with braised oxtail and truffle macaroni.
At north end of Marylebone High St. 55-57 Marylebone High Street , W1U 5RB Phone: 020 7616 8000 Web: www.orrery.co.uk


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