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Alma de Cuba is perhaps one of the most unique bar and restaurants you will ever come across. That's because this trendy Latin-American watering hole is set in what was once St Peter's Catholic Church. A lot of the original design of the church still stands, like the remains of the altar, Lady's chapel and religious paintings. The active calendar of events features everything from live gigs to launch parties throughout the year. Despite the dated setting, the space is often used for contemporary events and is host to a number of shows that can best be described as glamorous. Drinking and dining at a church takes a little bit of getting used to, but Alma de Cuba remains a superb venue for a fun night in town.

For a complete Japanese dining experience, plan a meal at Sapporo Teppanyaki. One of three such restaurants spread across the United Kingdom, this eatery goes beyond simply sushi giving you a chance to savor a superb variety of delicacies from the country. An interesting feature of this restaurant is the fact that each table is assigned a chef and you can watch your meal being prepared right in front of your eyes. Watching the chefs play with all the enticing ingredients will make you impatient to take your first bite, but the meal is always well worth the wait. Check website for more.

A seasonally changing menu combining the best of British and Spanish specialties make Lunya, one of the city's most inventive restaurants. On the menu is an extensive selection of tapas and sharing style platters to start things off. From cheese, Iberico ham and fish to Jamon, cured meats and vegetables, there's a healthy variety to the tapas menu. Spanish classics like paella are not to be missed and the hearty breakfasts are extremely popular. Dietary requirements are well catered to, with the menu offering vegan options as well. The restaurant interiors are warmly lit with brick-exposed walls giving a cozy vibe to the place, while the intimate outdoor space is a refreshing affair. Check website for reservations and more.

The London Carriage Works is located on the ground floor of the Hope Street Hotel. The restaurant offers an international dining experience, combining the rich tastes of South East Asia, mesmerizing flavors of the Middle East and quirkiness of the New York palate. Chef Paul Askew emphasizes on locally sourced, organic and fresh produce. The restaurant has two private dining rooms as well. The vibrant floral decoration and the comfortable seating add to the overall dining experience.

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