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Best bars in Abbots Manor, Greater London

Hotel
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“Simple Modern British food served at tables or the bar in this airy, all-day Chelsea restaurant.”
54local recommendations
Pub
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“It took me a while to find this place but it is worth it if you like beer. They have the best selection around!”
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“Who wouldn't enjoy a whole roast cow?! The Sunday roast at The Orange is certainly generously sized...”
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Turkish Restaurant
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“Kazan – Turkish upmarket Kazan is an upmarket Turkish restaurant, but the food is as generous and hearty as its less extravagant cousins. The décor is beautifully opulent, with black furnishings and plenty of red and gold accents, while the menu is inspired by the food produced in the Sultans’ kitchens from the Ottoman era, but with a distinctly modern feel. 93-94 Wilton Rd, Lillington and Longmoore Gardens, London SW1V 1DW £££ ”
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French Restaurant
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“Long-standing local bistro with rustic wooden booths, Parisian street signs and illustrious history.”
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“This is my favourite brunch spot in town! They serve great food and coffees”
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Gastropub
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“*The Thomas Cubitt – Upmarket stylish pub Named after the great Belgravia architect - is a perfect paneled pub, enclosed by French windows on two sides which open out on to the pretty Elizabeth Street and the huddles of tables outside, adding to the light, airy feel. The menu is focused on unfussy British country house cuisine, with occasional nods to traditional French food. Crisp crackling, slow-cooked Sunday roasts, fresh seafood, chocolate sponge, and lots of seasonal game and cheeses are the mainstays. The dining room prices are eye-watering (not surprisingly given the location, and the stunning building), but the short bar menu is excellent value, and it packs out at weekends. ”
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“Mid-range restaurant that offers all that you want from a British Cuisine fish and chips, sausage mash and a sticky toffee pudding for dessert”
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Scottish Restaurant
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“Just the other side of Victoria station is this traditional Scottish restaurant and bar, housed in a Regency townhouse complete with a cigar terrace. This place oozes class, with gleaming mahogany and red tones dominating the colour scheme, emulating the feel of an old-fashioned gentlemen’s club. There are multiple separate restaurants and bars within the building, with elegant private dining rooms to hire. As is only fitting, whisky is the order of the night, with Boisdale boasting a collection of rare Scottish malts, alongside a host of enticing cocktails and wines. The cherry on the top of each room is the nightly tunes of live jazz.”
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Gastropub
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“Highly recommend the Fish & Chips with the triple cooked chips. Go there and enjoy the authentic british pub atmosphere. 50 Warwick Way, Pimlico, London SW1V 1RY. Open from 11 am to 11.30 pm. +44 020 7828 1700.”
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Chinese Restaurant
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“*Hunan – Amazing Chinese Hunan is rated as one of London's best Chinese restaurants, rated extremely highly by chefs and critics alike. As the name suggests, you can expect Hunanese cooking here - so there's heat going on, but you'll be asked if you want them to dial it back, if needed. Make sure you are hungry. There is a lot of food served but it’s amazing! 51 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE £££ ”
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French Restaurant
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“*La Poule au Pot – Old style French bistro (17 minute walk) This French bistro would be comically cliched if it wasn't, in fact, the genuine article: the hanging baskets, cramped wooden furnishings, and rustic decor have been a Chelsea favourite since it was set up by emigres in 1962. Rabbit stews, fish soups and other bistro classics come lovingly prepared, and in suitably lavish portions. Romantic dinners are a specialty at La Poule au Pot and many lovers have bonded in appreciation of their magical steak béarnaise, fresh fish and foie gras. The vin de table is served in a magnum and you only pay for what you drink, a policy which perfectly reflects the unpretentious atmosphere. This restaurant has not changed for 30 years but why change when its already fantastic. 231 Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UT ££-£££ ”
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“Hidden away beneath the hugely popular restaurant, Cambridge Street Kitchen, this lovely, hard to find cocktail bar occupies its own niche in the nightlife of Pimlico. The building itself is a former Victorian pub with a sordid reputation, transformed by the Artist Residence group. There’s a great range of drinks on offer in an intimate, low key setting that also hosts a monthly-changing selection of artwork — courtesy of a partnership with Soho’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery. Head down on Tuesday night for Test Tuesday’s, to see bar manager Steven and his team experiment with cocktails created using seasonal produce from the restaurant’s fresh fruit and veg supplier — and they’re cheaper than nor”
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“Tonteria is an exclusive nightclub, but also operates as an upscale Mexican restaurant (very rare in London) in the early evening. ”
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“There’s also the Pimlico Farmers Market, specialising in fresh fish and oysters, in a place called Orange Square or Mozart Square; that is, the address doesn’t actually exist, instead you must ask a local where to find it and they’ll set you right.”
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“Classic Victorian pub and dining room with leather sofas, stained glass and wooden floors. ”
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