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The Exmouth Arms is situated in the beautiful Exmouth market and is a well known place amongst the locals. They not only serve beers and ales, but also appetizing food. The place is well-decorated with individual tables and bar counters. The interiors are a good mix of modern and old style. You get to choose from a variety of drinks that they have to offer. Also, typical British pub food like mini cheeseburger with pulled pork, beef brisket, squash tart are served here. A good place to stop by with your friends for a casual evening.
Award-winning restaurant Moro has established itself as one of London's most exciting eateries. Taking the robust flavors of Spain and mixing them with the exotic spices of North Africa and the Middle East, Moro's inspiration comes from across the southern Mediterranean - where the Hispanic meets the Islamic and herbs meet spice. The owner couple were always passionate about the Mediterranean cuisine. This passion led them to travel the region and pick up recipes and spices that were locally used. This gave birth to the cult that Moro has become. Particularly recommended is the Charcoal grilled sea bass with saffron rice, prawns and aliol.
City Pride is a popular sports bar that has garnered its share if local regulars over the years. A perfect spot to come to especially while watching football matches when the atmosphere is absolutely charged. The bar can be rented for private parties too so come on over!
Delicious Mediterranean fare awaits you at the Mosaique Restaurant & Bar. Located in the Holborn area, this restaurant not only serves up great food but also a wide variety of drinks. The piano comes to life every Wednesday to Saturday in the evenings to seduce the music lovers, while they relish what's on their plate. The well-designed eatery attracts crowds from near and far. They also offer catering services. For a romantic night out, this place is a perfect spot!
Relaxed and casual, The Peasant attracts a constant stream of City workers on their way home, and students from the neighboring university. The central bar area takes up a large part of the restaurant's space and its small, bar-style tables run along the sides, next to the large windows. In winter the dark wooden decor is brightened by candles and a roaring fire at the back. The food is modern with a strong Mediterranean influence. The menu changes regularly and is fairly limited, with a handful of starters and main courses to choose from. The wine list is select.
Professionals love to pile into the outdoor seating in good weather or inside the beautifully structured confines of the Yorkshire Grey. This vaguely snobbish joint is characterized by its modern decor and British cuisine accompanied by equally high prices. A great place for the high flying executive to grab a beer or a goblet of wine after a long hard day. Enjoy a posh meal as you groove to a DJs beat every Friday.