Echo's Qype reviews
Market Place, London W1W 8AH
Echo wrote on 23 April 2008
Contrary to the other reviews I have never had a bad experience here, but maybe that’s because I expect most bars in this district to be packed full of people and the prices to be a little higher than average anyway.
When I went we booked beforehand and had one of the downstairs alcoves to ourselves, which we fit about 15 of us in, right next to the bar, which was perfect. I had quite a few cocktails that night, mainly mojito but with fresh peppermint and an alcohol mix you can’t go wrong.
I found it perfect for a drunken night out and even though it was a busy Thursday night I still managed to attempt backflips in front of the toilets to everybody’s amusement, oh dear.
Just give it a try and make your own mind up about it.
200 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London W1D 1NU
Echo wrote on 22 April 2008
This is a great men’s and women’s store for trendy yet quirky clothes. They even have small items and cards as gifts, which are quite retro making them very unique. The best part of this store which many may miss is right at the top corner of the third floor, the sale section for women, which always has masses of bargains. If I were you, go upstairs first and then work downwards.
47 Goodge Street, Marylebone, London W1T 1TD
Echo wrote on 21 April 2008
The ideal healthy lunch option without feeling hungry afterwards. You can more or less choose exactly what you want in your box as described below, which is a great feature. Plus the smoothies and muffins taste amazing. If you just want a snack, then simply grab a container of nuts or maybe a little houmous and carrots.
The little touch of pure organic I like the best is displayed in the window, where little trays of real grass have been left to grow. So simple, yet so effective.
40-41 Great Castle St, London W1W 8LU
Echo wrote on 20 January 2008
This little continental cafe has brought us all the charm of foreign lands. It is nicely hidden away behind Topshop and Miss Selfridge, so is a good place to relax. The cakes are my favorite and although being slightly pricey they are big enough to share. I like to buy a small coffee and sit outside and watch the world go by. It's a truly lovely place to spend a little time.