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This legendary Soho grandee has come a long way since the days of pizza and Champagne – although fizz is still a prime attraction amid its glamorously refurbished surrounds. The dedicated Champagne Bar pulls in aficionados of classy marques, the mood is convincingly special and the brasserie
generally delivers ‘superb food’ backed by faultless service. Pre-theatre deals have yielded pork cheeks with ‘fabulous’ mash, while the carte promises easy comfort in the shape of hack hock
terrine or margarita-cured salmon followed by crab linguine, beef bourguignon or seared tuna niçoise – not forgetting high-calorie treats in the ‘pudding bar’. The whole package also embraces
weekend afternoon tea, Sunday lunch and a live pianist, as well as seven private rooms including the capacious ‘apartment’. ‘All in all a winner – I just wish Jersey Boys had been as good’, mused
Kia Ora guys. I’m (Andy) back from the land of the long white cloud, and needless to say I am ravenous. I have to give honorary mention to Fergburger in Queenstown, everyone knows about it, but that’s a damn fine burger!Kettners was next on our list, a couple of our mates had told us it was pretty decent, so let’s see if they have a f***ing clue what they’re talking about. I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a burger with a background pianist. Classaffair...
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We have been meaning to go to Kettners for a long time now; for dinner and even more so for the ‘Herr Kettner’s’ 1940’s Berlin inspired nights. We had finally got round to going for lunch with a couple of friends. Situated on a corner of Soho this restaurant was originally a series of four Georgian town houses, Kettner’s was popular with Oscar Wilde, Edward VII, Lillie Langtry, Agatha Christie and Bing Crosby.We walked in the bright glamorous hall way and gave our names for a booking; I suddenly remembered that I had forgot to book! Playing it cool I said that I had done it online (which I had tried in my defense but an error occurred and I meant to call up). We were taken into the large airy L shaped room which was painted a peppermint green and white with plenty of mirrors to increase the feeling of space...
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Kettners, Romilly Street – you would not miss it in the dark rainy afternoons of London – Kettners, spelt vertically downwards, lit in blue signage takes height above the rest of the other restaurants and cafés on Romilly Street. More popularly known amongst people as just off Cambridge Circus, Kettners is a corner building painted in clean white paint with black trimmed edges and corners gives a colonial look from the Malayan days. However...
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