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Eat London 2: All about food Paperback – 16 Mar 2007

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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Conran (16 Mar. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1840914866
  • ISBN-13: 978-1840914863
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 2.5 x 23.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 439,681 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Both authors between them know every foodie corner of the capital and bring a range of age and experience to the book. Contains complete listings for each area. Book jacket will fold out into a map of London locating every place featured in the book. Special features include itinaries and fun things to do. London is enjoying being the food capital of the world this is a very timely and comprehensive guide. Special photography by Lisa Linder gives a real sense of atmosphere and streetlife.

About the Author

Terence Conran is the owner of 29 succesful restaurants (and counting...) and is one of the world's leading designers, furniture makers, restaurateurs, retailers and founder of the Habitat group of stores. He is Chairman of Conran Holdings, the parent company of his retail and restaurant businesses and Chairman of Conran and Partners, his architecture and design practice.Peter Prescott is a young restaurant consultant with clients in London and Moscow. He has been banqueting manager at Grosvenor House and Claridges, operations director for Anton Mossimann's UK restaurants, general manager of Bluebird Gastrodome and UK operations director of Conran restaurants. He is mad about food, drink and anything connected with cafs, bars, restaurants and food stores.

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Fitzrovia and Marylebone probably have the highest concentration of blue plaques in London - earthenware-glazed discs affixed to the outside of all manner of buildings to mark the former residence of eminent individuals - and an equally high number of top-quality restaurants and food stores. Read the first page
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Young on 13 July 2007
This book is a real find, it lists all the best places in London for food. Not just restaurants but markets, shops and cafes as well. The only downside is that now my list of places I want to go to is getting unmanageable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ms. R. Everitt on 7 May 2010
Any real fan of food and restaurants will know London is an absolute mecca of treats and delights with a fabulous variaty of cultures and cuisines there for the picking.
But what you'll also discover is deciding where to go can be a challenge with it's vast choices of restaurants, deli's, bistro's, cafe's and so on.
Well worry no longer Eat London can be the answer to all these challenging decisions! Full of great tips, real and honest reviews and gorgeous pictures you'll be ahead of the game!
I recently visited London with my trusty book and managed to squeeze in visiting three of the recommended restaurants into one weekend (and was not dissapointed!).
You'll be given the inside scoop including reviews from Michelin star restaurants to Gastro Pubs!
The overall look and presentation of the book is fabulous and would make a brilliant gift for any foodie. I couldn't recommended this book highly enough, enjoy!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pink Gilbert on 17 Nov. 2007
Buy this book! If you don't love either food or London, poor soul, then buy it for someone who does; you must be surrounded buy them. The cover opens into a map of London to plan your gastronomic tour. Market stalls, delis, front-room cafes and speciality restaurants are incorporated within this gem of a book. Informative text and photos cover a huge array of retailers all of whom are PASSIONATE about their products. It is a real page turner that will be dipped into for many years to come.
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By Mr. B. S. Gambrill on 11 Dec. 2009
I have now now brought two copies of this excellent guide to the richest and most unusual London food.
The second is for foodie friends in Belgium who still have to be convinced of the sea change in the standards of UK cooking especially in the Capital. This book does that job beautifully.
Lovely venues and menus described are inviting and produces a wish list of places to visit that will take a lifetime to fulfill. Best read when you are hungry; then ring and check the venue to ensure that the speciality food and atmosphere you are expecting is still there since publication in 2007.
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