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Neanderstraße 20, 20459 Hamburg
A great hotel in Hamburg for your business trips. Located near the city centre, by St. Michaelis Church, it also has a restaurant, bar and conference facilities. For around €130 you have a large & high standard bedroom. Staff is helpful and friendly.
I only ate in the restaurant once but I found the dishes delicious: beef carpaccio as a starter and fried plaice with vegetables as a main, both excellent.
3 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London W1W 8AX
Really great lively venue right by Oxford Circus, on Great Titchfield St. Went there for dinner on Thursday night and got the opportunity to try really lovely dishes. Noodle soup - love the fact that you can put your on ingredients in and tone down or up the spices. We also tried the chicken curry with rice and the beef with pasta. It was all delicious and I'll definitely go back to try it out at lunch time.
Chessington Park Chessington, London KT9 2NE
I wanted a day out full of craziness & fun with my 9 years-old cousin, and fun fun fun it was indeed! Rollercoasters, zoo to explore, face painting and much more. It was even more special as we went for the Halloween break so plenty of vampires, ghouls, witches and scary stuff to keep us entertained. I know...I'm a child! :)
I would agree though that the food is quite pricey there and once you're in, you kinda go with the flow so I would recommend getting your own lunch pack for the day.
Also, attractions are included in the ticket price but bear in mind there are plenty of others for which you'd have to pay if you wanna play (machines, stands...). Most probably because it was school break indeed, it took us a good hour to queue for each attraction. A good thing to know is that for an additional £10, you can avoid the queue and get an "Express in" into 6 attractions of your choice.
Another point, once you arrive at Chessington South Station, which is apparently the terminus from Clapham junction, then count a good 15mn walk to get to the amusement park (more if you're with small children).
I had a great time and my cousin had an A-MA-ZING one so definitely recommended.
6 Poland Street, Soho, London W1F 8PS
Lots of funky colours and a great atmosphere in this Latin place in Soho. Cocktails are great & you don't have to wait ages for them to be served. I would deffo recommend the watermelon caipirinha and the passion fruit cocktail. Loved it! But there's also plenty of other stuff to get your hands on, including food. Happy hour between 5pm-8pm makes you wish you'd eaten before coming!
118-120 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London W1D 5EP
I was not expecting anything special from this place. However, as JaneB mentioned in her review, it started a little bit badly as we had booked the place, it was awfully quiet and it still took ages for them to set us up.
Apart from our waiter who was indeed really helpful and friendly when it came to taking our order & advising us on all the dishes on offer, I did not really enjoy my lunch. My beef was a bit dry and not particularly tasty. I asked for something not too spicy and ended up having my mouth on fire! But too be fair, it's always difficult to tone down a supposedly spicy dish to suit everyone's tastes. I will probably not go back again though.
80-82 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DA
Authentic Indian food served by real Indians! This is by far my favourite indian restaurant in Central London. When I want punjabi food, this is my first choice. Lovely staff, always very friendly & helpful, and lovely food every time. Prices are also quite decent for the quality. I have been there already many times and so far, was never disappointed so I'll keep coming back.
18 High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5DX
Great cocktails & great atmosphere to chill with friends in this place. Went there on a Thursday evening and it was reasonably lively. Staff was friendly and we were very well looked after. A good 15mn from Wimbledon station but plenty of buses to get there quicker.
10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 1EY
Came to this place completely by chance while walking around Mayfair on Sunday and looking for a sunday roast. I will not comment about the bar but mostly about the experience we had in the restaurant.
Service is excellent and all staff are friendly and attentive. The food was really beautiful and all dishes are quite generous. So really a rather positive experience. Fair to say that it is an expensive restaurant but the food is high standard so makes sense.
Only small drawbacks were the fact that waiters always felt the need to keep serving us the wine until the bottle was finished, and despite our glass being already full. To note: it's not because the bottle is finished that we will order another one....
And despite the tiramisu being excellent, it was a huge portion (more like 4 portions). I'm not a big fan of desserts but clearly after such generous dishes before, we could have done with half of that Tiramisu.
26 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London W1J 6NG
At Greig's grill last night for a business networking event. The place was closed specially for this event. Good to know that if you do bring the numbers on a weekday, management is happy to make the venue private for you.
Service was good & quick, food was great. Only complaint would come from the fact that the veggie option taken by my friend was really not up to standards and really looked like a pre-heated veggie quiche from Sainsbury's....
Truth is it's a "grill" venue so would not expect to get a veggie option in the first place there, but still for the price, if you offer it, make it right!
Pity, they missed on the 5 stars!
56 Shepherds Bush Green, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 8TT
I went to Shepherds Bush Empire a few times arealdy to see live music. I really like the atmosphere, the place itself and the fact that you never feel crammed in this place. The venue is cool, within a beautiful old theatre and has a couple of bar areas inside too. It's worth a try.
I'm not too sure about the quality of the sound there to be honest though. It always feel that the music is always louder than the microphone, and the singer ends up screaming the lyrics out instead of actually singing them.
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