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London's top five wackiest restaurants. Where do you go when you are looking for somewhere to eat that is quirky, unique, eccentric and downright fun in London?

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Cool down in London this weather with after work drinks at the Radio Tower Rooftop bar

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Shoreditch House

With panoramic views of central London and the docklands, this is one of the ultimate roof top restaurants in London. Read more here.

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The 11 Best Breakfast Spots in London

The Best Breakfast Spots in London #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

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Al Fresco London - Top 10

Where? The Boundary. East. Just off Liverpool St. Why? Roof terrace that’ll knock your socks off. Exceptionally good food, great drinks, fairy lights, fragrant herb garden. Book dinner in the restaurant and start with drinks and nibbles outside. You’ll love it. Also bookable for private events, which would be rather dreamy. Wear? Smart casual. Website. (Priority is given to hotel guests and dinner bookings, so worth giving them a buzz.)

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The best rooftop bars

Top five rooftop bars in London #WorkspaceVision #spaceswelove #hospitality

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Clos Maggiore

TO DO : Have a dinner in Clos Maggiore, voted the most romantic restaurant in London. I've been meaning to go there ever since I viewed this picture. I hope that this will become one of my London moments . Maybe in my next trip to London ♥ #londonrestaurants #Londonmoments

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Choosing somewhere to eat with the little (or not so little) ones in tow can be a daunting experience, especially when in a bustling city like London. But fear not, Central London Apartments are here to help with our list of the Top Family Friendly Restaurants in London.

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London's 10 best afternoon teas

The ritual of afternoon tea owes its origins to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. As a young women in the early 1800s she lived during a time when it was common to eat only two main meals a day, with breakfast scheduled early in the morning and dinner occuring late in the evening. Weakened and irritated by hunger pangs each day, she decided to schedule time to take tea and snack each afternoon. This private ceremony was firstly done furtively in her bedroom, but over time well-heeled…

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