London Restaurants And Nightclubs
Gordon Ramsay at 68 Royal Hospital Road (French), Petrus (French), Michael Moore (Modern European), Pasha (Moroccan), Maze (French), Chez Bruce (Modern European) are the best places if you are in a mood to eat good food. Gordon Ramsay at 68 Royal Hospital Road (French), Petrus (French) and Terra (Mediterranean) are some of the top deal in terms of service. Top ten for value Gordon Ramsay at 68 Royal Hospital Road (French), Wong Kei (Chinese) are the best deal for value for money.
If you are looking forward to Indian food restaurant then you must visit:
Area: west London
This is an Indian eatery that provides numerous options in terms of their style of cooking. The starters are more than yummy and one would certainly freak out on the fantastic seafood platter, and spice-infused tandoori partridge breast and partridge shammi kebab with beetroot chutney.
Area located at: City & Docklands
This is much more than just an ordinary Eastern restaurant. The chefs have thorough knowledge of the cuisine they are serving and have come up with a wide ranging and imaginative Pacific Rim menu.
Imperial City Chinese Restaurant and Bar
Area: East London
About Imperial City Chinese Restaurant and Bar:
This is a very marvelously adorned restaurant that serves high quality Chinese menu. You could choose to order Imperial cold platter or also go in for the Salt & pepper prawns. The Savory Chinese spare ribs are also quite yummy. For the Main Course the Imperial Peking Duck is certainly the perfect thing to order on the menu.
It is one of the new clubs that is a symbol of multipurpose, 21st century, high-tech club that features latest tracks and is quote an happening place at the monet.
Club Hidden London
Hidden Club formally Studio 33 located on the South Bank of the River Thames @ 100 Tin worth Street, London. This club plays the best in Break beat, funky house, electro, old skool, dub and rare groove.
One of the most unique club spaces in the heart of Kings Cross, London.
Undeniably London's famous venues - enormous crowd tumblea down on the Turnmills every weekend.