Sitting pretty, just a stroll from the Thames, Annie’s is the sort of place where romantically inclined women yearn to bring their beaus. It’s easy to see why: the rococo interior of this cosy, corner restaurant features flying cherubs on ornately framed mirrors, a profusion of flowers, flickering candles & abundant fairy lights. Love-struck couples aren’t the only constituency, however. Families swoop here at lunchtimes, drawn by a brunch menu that ranges from fruit & granola to full English breakfasts; others drop in for Sunday roasts & all-day, brasserie-style options such as mussels with bacon & cider or pork belly with apple & rosemary compote. Cocktails & fairly priced wines (nearly 20 by the glass) go well with easy bar snacks, while pavement tables & a spacious private dining room offer further possibilities.
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