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18 British London Restaurants near Aldgate Tube Station

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Balls Brothers Ltd

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38 St. Mary Axe
London
EC3A 8EX

Phone: 02079296660

Set within the landmark St. Mary's Axe, eclectic British cooking and exciting views from the glass-fronted kitchen entices diners to Balls Brothers Bury Court. The menu offers an irresistible selection of dishes like fruitti de mere platter, steak and ale pie and whole roast baby chicken. The airy interior is enhanced by large windows, high ceilings and a relaxed ambience.

Dino's Grill

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76 Commercial Street
London
E1 6LY

Phone: 02072476097

Italian/British greasy spoon of the highest order.

Duck & Waffle

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Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate
London
EC2N 4AY

Phone: 02036407310

Duck & Waffle, located on the 40th floor of Heron tower, features sharing plates, artisanal cocktails and unparalleled City views. Interiors is a blend of stainless steel and frosted glass with white marble, weathered wood and ceramic tiles. Dishes include old Spot pork pie with smoked quail’s egg, homemade black pudding with gooseberry chutney, and bacon-wrapped dates with smoked linguica sausage and endive salad.

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Fish Market at The Old Bengal Warehouse

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16b New Street
London
EC2M 4TR

Phone: 02035030790  Fax: 02035030640

Bringing a taste of the seaside to the Square Mile, Fish Market offers relaxed classic English dishes at breakfast, lunch and dinner. A daily changing 'fish of the day' can be selected from the chalkboard, and the seafood bar offers a selection of temptingly fresh platters. A complementing wine list features carefully chosen English wines, and the al fresco area is a tranquil spot during warmer weather.

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Grapeshots

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2/3 Artillery Passage
London
E1 7LJ

Phone: 02072478215  Fax: 02072478215

In a convenient position, close to Liverpool Street Underground and main line railway station, Grapeshots is one of Davy's traditional wine bars, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the station itself. The full bar and dining room menus are available all day and feature a top selection of traditional English food, which can be served in the cosy dining room in the basement. Grapeshots also offer a good range of Davy's own label quality house wines, whilst vintage Ports are decanted daily and available by bottle, glass and 'dock'. The bar is currently serving 1955 Taylors (subject to change) and there are additional fine wines to choose from the cellar. The position and the ambience, coupled with the great food and drink, make Grapeshots an excellent location for a small function or party booking.

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Jamies

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18-22 Creechurch Lane
London
EC3A 5AY

Phone: 02072835836  Fax: 02072835836

Jamies on Creechurch Lane is the newest addition to the Jamies bars chain. A sophisticated and large versatile space, the dining area is great for City lunches whilst the bar, with its high tables and booths, is the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and the famous Jamies sandwich. As you would expect from Jamies, the menu is simply prepared and primarily British. Wherever possible the chefs choose food for its provenance and method of production, as well as its locality. Jamies makes the most of the seasons by creating daily changing specials, which are matched with a great glass of wine from the list. Jamies is renowned for being passionate about wine, and offers an extensive selection of quality wines from all over the world, with over 20 by the glass. You'll also find a good range of beers, premium spirits and juices, so we can welcome you for a pint of Becks Vier after work.


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