Four Incredible Places To Eat In London

London has an abundance of incredible restaurants. In fact, some of the top places to eat in the world are located in the capital. And TripAdvisor or Time Out can tell you some of the best rated. However if you’re after an all round experience, it’s usually word of mouth recommendations that I go by. Those, or blog reviews! Which I suppose are essentially the same thing. So without further ado, I thought I’d let you in on four of my favourite restaurants in London. They blew me away with the service, food and atmosphere. And if you’re in town,…
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Buddha Bar, Knightsbridge

David moved into his new house about a month and a half ago, so the past few weeks have been a blur of building furniture, carpet fittings and moving various boxes around in a bid to find their perfect position. We haven’t really had a lot of time to go out and relax, so our booking at Buddha Bar was something we’d been looking forward to for weeks. I’d heard on the grapevine about how fabulous this gorgeous restaurant in Knightsbridge was – and with my favourite pan-Asian style cuisine on offer, it was certainly what I’d been looking forward…
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Kyloe, Edinburgh

Edinburgh has a huge array of restaurants, ranging from fast food favourites to fine dining award-winning independents. In short, you’re certainly not going to go hungry. But if you only have a short amount of time in the city, picking just a few to try is a more difficult task than expected. Of course, you could just opt for my usual method of walking around until the hunger completely consumes me and I cave in and run to the nearest restaurant in site. Or, you could read on and gain a little insight into a place I think you’d like…
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The Harpenden Arms, Harpenden

I used to drive through Harpenden every day on my way to school and sixth form, so it’s a place I know rather well. On the left hand side, just as you exited the town centre, there was a very grey, sombre looking place – which largely attracted a clientele of old men. It wasn’t somewhere that was ever really on my radar as a place to visit – but you always noticed it, because it was so large. Fast forward several years and my journey through Harpenden, was no longer needed. So I hadn’t seen the place for a…
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Señor Ceviche, Kingly Court

If you take a stroll down Carnaby Street and look out for a rather glittery alleyway (with the twinkly Kingly Court sign just above it), then you’ll arrive at what feels like a secret hub of London’s favourite restaurants. With a courtyard outdoor seating area and three tiers of foodie delights, it’s a must see for anyone who loves eating out. David and I, included. Whether it’s rain or shine, you can be rest assured you’re covered for all eventualities and all taste/dietary/fussy requirements. So, with this in mind – we thought we’d pay Kingly Court a little visit one Sunday…
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