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Travel: London Eats While On Vacation or Anytime

A good friend of mine moved to the UK a few months ago, and ever since I’ve been trying to recruit her to become a guest writer on this very site of mine that I love so much. She’s thinking – she’s told me, and after 3 months I realize I am not going to hold my breath.

Now although she lives a few hours outside of London, she frequents one of my favorite metropolitan cities quite often – on weekends – and with my recommendations has been testing out the following eateries (which I cannot wait to try when I visit her). In the meantime I am taking her word for the fact that what I think would be worth a try, she is liking every bite of it (nudge nudge).

So, just in case you happen to be visiting this fair city, in a country on the brink of making some of the most drastic changes since the EU was  originally formed decades or a century ago depending on how you look at it, then by all means leave the politics out, and do try the following recommendations:

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If burgers is what you’re craving – then click the photo to find the nearest location to where it is you are staying or perhaps its worth your while to take the tube to the very locations

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The Chipping Forecast – Notting Hill – naturally my favorite neighborhood since the film with the very name. I would most certainly make a conscious effort to go there for supper

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I love the menu cover, for FarmacyLondon, and I am an advocate for healthy eating. So she gave this place  a thumbs up even if she isn’t as healthy of an eater as I am. Click photo for website

{Click here for photo credit for FarmacyLondon}

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Stylish and perfect, the locale and the eats. Click photo for menu

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Prawn On The Lawn – for a girl from the city (San Francisco) built on seafood. Another thumbs up from my ex pat friend

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