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This Japanese-founded chain makes Oxford Street bearable. When surrounded by hoards of jostling elbows and face-swiping department store doors,...
if you have time
Light and spacious with pine scrubbed tables, this is like walking into heaven after the scrum on Oxford Street. They do hearty salads around...
Try the divine custard tarts and the excellent value rolls. The latter (all under £3) are filled while you wait and there is a vast range of...
Mountains of meat
If you’ve had a hard time of it chasing a shuttlecock around the Sobell Leisure Centre and are feeling way too healthy, there is a small Ecuadorean...
White tablecloths and weighty sparkling cutlery in this bistro named after a fine French cheese. Starter of fat scallops, melt-in-your-mouth...
Tangier Cafe Restaurant
At this family-run place the owner serves up succulent lamb, prune and almond tagines with chips for a fiver, whilst conducting loud and animated...
I recommend the grilled snapper on a bed of bitingly fresh spring onion, lime, coriander and tomato salad. The ‘curry goat' is also good, although...
Having to queue for an hour to get a seat at this bustling tapas bar is annoying, but it’s well worth the wait. They don’t take bookings...
This Greek-Cypriot Primrose Hill staple has been here since I was born, so nearly three decades... The enormous restaurant is always packed full...
York & Albany
Layers of Telegraph are spread out on the bar of Gordon Ramsay and Angela Hartnett's new venture, York & Albany, which sits regally at the top...