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Golden Union Fish Bar

Golden Union Fish Bar
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The Golden Union Fish Bar is an independent, family-run business owned by Billy Drew. When we opened in August 2008, Billy set out to create an authentic-feeling British chippy with a modern twist. From the beginning we’ve worked hard to give every single customer great quality home-made food and fast, friendly service.

To celebrate the British fave, fish and chips, and serve it in a relaxed, authentic atmosphere. We believe that the best fish and chips should always mean tasty home-cooked food that won’t break the bank.

All our traditional favourites – fish chips, pies, fishcakes and sides – are of the finest quality and cooked to order. And we’re fully licensed, which means you can enjoy a beer or wine with your meal if you can’t quite fit in a home-made milkshake!

Our fish bar heritage means we’re also great value for money and our special offers make meals even more affordable.

Bentleys Oyster Bar & Grill

Bentleys Oyster Bar & Grill
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Situated in an historic Victorian building on the borders of Soho and Mayfair, Bentley’s combines a relaxed oyster bar with a more formal Grill restaurant, plus two private rooms, arranged over three floors.

The sensitive restoration of this famous restaurant has retained many original features of the building and the spirit of Bentley’s original arts and crafts heritage has been preserved in the carefully thought-out choice of furnishings, fabrics and wallpapers. American oak flooring, light wooden panelling and the reframed old Bentley’s fish paintings all add to the relaxed air of calm, understated luxury.

Bentley’s has its own bakery and patisserie and sources all ingredients, such as smoked salmon from Frank Hedderman in Ireland and finest West Cork beef, from some of the best producers in the business. Deliveries arrive fresh in the kitchen every day.

La Petite Maison

La Petite Maison
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The home of Cuisine Nicoise, whose origins lie in old Genoese cooking, is the old town of Nice where French Mediterranean cuisine has blended and evolved with the influences of Ligurian Italy across the border.

Local produce, notably artichokes, courgettes, lemons, olives, tomatoes, peppers and girolles are used generously with sea food, meat and fresh pasta to produce a style that’s light and healthy. Oil obtained from olive groves on the gills of the Alpes Maritimes behind Nice and extending into Liguria is used throughout.

The restaurant the Petite Maison has been in the heart of old Nice since 1988 and is renowned both to locals as well as regular visitors to the French Riviera.

Little Italy

Little Italy
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Little Italy with its combination of fine dining, an exceptional wine list, music and dancing has become one of the most popular and best known Italian restaurants in Soho. Opened in 1995, it traces its roots deep into the heart of the Italian community in London.

Back in 1949 Luigi and Caterina Polledri acquired the coffee bar which has remained in the possession of the Polledri family ever since. It has become one of the best known landmarks in Soho and still remains the most famous coffee bar in London. And possibly renowned throughout the world.

Following on from the continued success of the Bar Italia the Polledri family decided to expand their interests and open an authentic Italian restaurant in Frith Street together with partners, Claudio Camera and Pietro Veccera. The current building was converted and in November 1995 Little Italy opened for business, building on its loyal customer base from the Bar Italia, the restaurant was a great success providing dining and dancing until 3am Monday to Saturday.

On Easter Sunday 2005 disaster struck. A fire caused extensive damage to the restaurant and forced the restaurant to close for repairs and refurbishment.

During this period the Polledri family found and exceptional restaurant property in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. The existing site was redeveloped and a new restaurant which they named Nolita opened in October 2005. The venue has proved very popular, providing the same combination of exceptional food, fine wine and entertainment that has proved so successful in Soho.

Nolita stands for North of Little Italy. Literally of course this is the case, but there is also an affectionate reference to the Italian community in New York and the famous Nolita district in downtown Manhattan.

Little Italy itself reopened after the fire in time for Christmas 2005, with an extra floor and room for a further 120 places. This was increased to 330 when further adjoining buildings became available and after an ambitious and bold refurbishment the restaurant as you see it today was again reopened in November 2007. A cocktail bar, lounge and private dining room were added. Needless to say the entire restaurant has been completely transformed as can be seen on this website.

Over the past fourteen years and after two massive refurbishment programmes, Little Italy has become even more popular. Still a family run business the restaurant plays host to an increasing number of customers, friends and celebrities.

Inamo St James’s (Regent Street)

Inamo St James’s (Regent Street)
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inamo st james is an innovative oriental fusion restaurant and bar that couples cutting edge technology with a high standard of food. Launched in December 2010 on Regent Street in the elegant Mayfair area, inamo st james provides enhanced opportunities for events with a total capacity of 300. Spanning 8,000 ft2, the venue features two stylish private dining rooms, a bar and sushi bar.

inamo st james uses E-Table™, the world’s first interactive ordering system that uses overhead projection technology to give the customer complete control over their dining experience.

In addition to ordering food from the table, guests are able to choose from a range of virtual ‘tablecloths’, view the inamo chefs working in real time using the ‘Chef Cam’ funtion and explore a wide range of practical services such us taxi booking facilities.

Navarro’s Restaurant

Navarro’s Restaurant
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Navarro’s wholesome and tasty homemade food and great wines, at the right price, attracts visitors from all over London.

The friendly atmosphere and beautifully decorated restaurant, with its wrought iron, tiled walls and prettily painted furniture, makes Navarro’s an instant favourite.

Boisdale of Belgravia

Boisdale of Belgravia
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Boisdale of Belgravia is situated in an elegant Regency town house, just north of Buckingham Palace Road and a short stroll from Victoria. Its bars, restaurants and private dining room are open on weekdays and Saturday evenings and offer a selection of menus to suit every budget.

Most facilities are available at any time for private functions and on Saturday afternoons and Sundays it is possible to take over the whole establishment for celebrations, luncheons, dinners, weddings and drinks parties. Everything from live music and flowers to speakers and entertainers can be arranged.

Noura Central (Jermyn Street)

Noura Central (Jermyn Street)
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Opened on 22nd August 2004 on the corner of Jermyn Street and Lower Regent Street. With approx 150 covers and two distinct dining areas for more relaxed or more formal dining with ambient Arabic music playing in the background, Noura Central is London’s award-winning dining experience. Valet parking is also available.