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    The Assistant Room restaurant reviews. Wine and dine in these incredible restaurants around the world.

    Review: The Garden Cafe, Lambeth London

    The Garden Café is the new restaurant at the recently redeveloped Garden Museum in Lambeth. Museum Director, Christopher Woodward, “wanted a café that fitted with a gardener’s ethos: that is food that is fresh, light, unpretentious and unique to its location.” Taking inspiration from its…
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    Review: Tom, Dick & Harry’s, Essex

    Tom, Dick and Harry’s is a stylish new restaurant that is anything but ordinary. Moreish, modern small plates, an unrivalled selection of beautiful wines and inventive cocktails, a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, live music and the Sunday Roast Club are just some of what this…
    London
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    Review: Savage Garden

    If it’s a view you’re after, Savage Garden puts most London locations to shame. Situated on the 12th floor of the Doubletree by Hilton in Tower Hill, only a three minute walk from Fenchurch Street station, Savage Garden combines luxurious interior design with jaw dropping…
    London
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    Review: The Oyster Shed, London

    Located on the river in the very heart of the city of London with incredible views of the The Shaard and London Bridge the Oyster Shed is the perfect destination for after work drinks, dining with loved ones, private parties and meetings. With any occupation…
    London
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    Review: Fucina, London

    Step aside Chiltern Firehouse, it’s time to welcome some fresh blood onto the scene and Italian powerhouse Fucina is the new Marylebone hot spot. Fucina – a modern restaurant and lounge with a natural ethos and Italian spirit based only a 5 minute walk from…
    London
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