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London Fashion Week is almost over, it was a bit stressful and full of programs, running around the city for the best shows. So, finally it’s time to relax, enjoy the moment and sit down for a taste of the best plates in town. Check out 5 of our favourite restaurants.

Raoul’s Gourmet
The restaurant has a very long menu, you’ll be amused by the interiors, the lighting and the cozy and warm walls will make you feel at ease.
Address: 105 – 107 Talbot Road
TBS ♥: A mediterranean touch  in the heart of London, that’s all you need.

Chiltern Firehouse
This is one of those places thats always leaves you with good memories, you can enjoy some hot dishes or a really great smoked steak surrounded by a unique and sensational interiors, and the vintage touch is just perfect. But be careful, the check is pretty high.
Address: 1 Chiltern Street, Marylebone
TBS ♥: They say it’s a must also for the Royal Family, another reason to feel like a princess.

Ottolenghi
It’s known that if you want to be one of the bests where you’re located is very important, and Ottolenghi really knows this: Nothing Hill is one the most loved streets both by locals and tourists. If you’re into tea this is the perfect spot, and don’t be picky, all the cakes are lovely.
Address: 63 Ledbury Road
TBS ♥: We like it because it’s delicious, elegant and very healthy!

Hakkasan
London is for sure the most multi ethnic metropoli of Europe and this is one of the best chinese restaurants in town. Once you’re in you’ll find a warm, elegant, refined ambient illuminated by the softest lights. You’ll never forget this experience.
Address: 17 Bruton Street,
TBS ♥: Not the usual asian restaurant, but a vibrant and different experience.

Berners Tavern
Not only a place to eat, the interiors look like a museum, rooms full of paintings recreate a unique and romantic atmosphere. So, you go in to dine but when you see this place you’ll definitely forget why you walked in.
Address: 10 Berners Street,
TBS ♥: We love it because it’s a 360 gustatory, visual and cultural experience.

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