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20 Sumner St (The Blue Fin Building)
"Try the stews - they're awesome! Beef & Ginger casserole, Hungarian Goulash and Steak & Ale"
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28 St Martin's Courtyard (Upper St Martin's Ln)
"Go for the fish pie. You have to wait 15-20 minutes, but it's worth it. Less so the calamari!"
Le Pain Quotidien
15 Winchester Walk (Blows Yard)
"Coffee is brilliant. Spelt scones as well - highly recommended. Staff helpful. It is child friendly place too. Will be back xx"
"Big names, big works all over the place. Spaces are really filled. Must visit and a good place to start. (Coffee + view on the 7th is also really nice)"
"Best place in London to eat at noon. You should definitely try out a pie from Pieminister Pies. Before or after your visit, you could go to the view of The Shard nearby."
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
21 New Globe Walk (Bankside)
"amazing place, love it. Different venues for different events, restaurant and a small concert room lit only by candles - friendly stuff too"
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