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7 Floor

7 Floor

I would like to cheer ANY Malaysia restaurant which tries to set up in London. There are just too few genuine articles around.  I will even take the monumental step (for me) of not making fun of this restaurant’s name, even if it “7 Floor”. 

Le Relais De Venise

Le Relais De Venise

There used to be a time when cheap steak was rare.  That was in the days before Flat Iron and Hawksmoor.  Now that that is not the case, Le relais De Venise, offering a no choice menu of salad, bread, steak and fries really has 

Greyhound Cafe

Greyhound Cafe

Greyhound Cafe offered significant verbiage on its website and its menus.  The menu in particular seemed to consist of verbal diarrhoea which I hoped would not translate into the literal version.  Thankfully that was something which was avoided. Putting such nauseating things aside, we turned 

Towpath Cafe

Towpath Cafe

Queuing on the side of water made me remember my time at Porto Final.  Thankfully, things at Tow Path Cafe were not as tight as in the aforementioned case.  The drop off the side was not as dramatic so although a lapse in balance would 

Bab Mansour

Bab Mansour

Bab Mansour promised to be a quieter (and more relaxing) meal.  At least on account of not many people being around for Saturday lunch. Or perhaps things were more subdued just because August is the quiet period for eating out in London.  Hence part of