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This intimate 52-room hotel is distinguished by its friendly staff and charming ambiance. The drawing room and library have a lovely old-world charm, and there’s also a modern gym. Located on low-keyed, chic Charlotte Street, it’s walking distance to Soho, theatres, Selfridges and many nearby restaurants though the crowds on Oxford Street are just a few blocks away.
A wildly popular new restaurant that focuses on the freshest of local ingredients. The creativity of Chef Ollie Dabbous, the modern industrial setting and the charming and highly professional staff have made this a prized reservation. Dinners can choose between a prix fixe menu or a la carte selections. In addition to dinner service, there is also a very light menu served downstairs at Oskar’s Bar.
Roka is the more informal version of Zuma also serving excellent contemporary Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is organized with bar seating around the robata, an open charcoal grill, where meat, poultry, fish, and vegetables are prepared. There is also table seating with the best tables near the large glass walls that open to the street in nice weather. Favorites: tuna tataki salad; eggplant in mirin, ginger, and soy; lamb cutlets with Korean spices; seabream fillet; caramelized hazelnut and pistachio cake; dark chocolate pudding.
This cozy and informal branch of the Rasa chain of Indian restaurants specializes in light vegetarian and seafood dishes from Kerala. Just being on charming Charlotte Street adds to the pleasure of the dining experience.
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