This is my last post dedicated to my recent trip to London. I'm sharing a few food pics and I'm going to show you my hotel room. Let's start off with the dinner I had at Green's Restaurant and Oyster Bar. I rarely, if ever, eat out at British restaurants but this was a great opportunity to have my beloved fish and chips on mushy peas with tartar sauce. It was so good!
For dessert I had this raspberry cheese cake, a great choice as well.
It was surprising to see that the restaurant was quite empty on a Saturday night. The food and the service were superb. After dinner, I stopped by Quaglino's for a final drink. That place was packed with people. To be honest, even though Green's was super quiet, it was pleasant to eat without being in a rush and having to vacate the table for the next customers.
36 Duke Street
Some nachos that I had at a Canadian sports bar, Maple Leaf, near Covent Garden. They looked better than they tasted.
I had never tried any Jamie Oliver restaurant and Jamie's Italian in Covent Garden was the first one. It was a bit noisy but the service and the food were great. Late in the evening, we were the last ones around but they didn't kick us out.
11 Upper St Martin's Lane
London WC2H 9FB
This time I stayed again at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton Hotel next to Warren Street station. As last time, I had a teeny-tiny room but it was very comfortable. They had given me room 352, which, coincidentally, is the international dialling code for Luxembourg. On my last day I had breakfast at their restaurant but initially it had not been included in my rate. I asked to pay for it separately but in the end they offered it to me for free, which I found really nice (they didn't know that I was going to write this review).
130 Tottenham Court Road
London W1T 5AY