Sunday, September 9, 2012

A Mini Restaurant Review: London

So to follow up on a few other review posts I've done, namely Barcelona in Review, and Paris in Review, I've decided to do a few mini restaurant reviews, as we're currently eating out more often than not (a necessity when on holiday/traveling). So here's a couple that we visited while in London in August:

1. Bluebird

Good grub! It has a chilled section outside and a larney section upstairs inside - which is the spot you want to go to, on a possibly rainy day. Which it was.

But we were inside, and dry and it was awesome. The food was all kinds of delicious (as you can see below I had the mushroom risotto, the guys had steak and Husband had the fish and chips). Scrumptious.

350 King's Road  Chelsea, London SW3 5UU, United Kingdom
020 7559 1000

2. Cote

Cote is in Wimbledon - just round the corner from where we were staying. And it was another winner. The place was buzzing as we walked in, completely packed. The wine was super yummy and my tuna nicoise was light and perfect for a hot summer's night.

8 High Street, Wimbledon Village, London, SW19 5DX 
020 8947 7100 

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