3 Courses for [Pounds Sterling]20 at Fifty Top London Restaurants

The Evening Standard (London, England), September 5, 2006 | Go to article overview

3 Courses for [Pounds Sterling]20 at Fifty Top London Restaurants


TO CELEBRATE the redesign of the This is London website, the Evening Standard has teamed up with toptable.co.uk to give readers an exclusive opportunity to wine and dine for less at 50 of London's top restaurants, including Rhodes W1, The Cinnamon Club, Brian Turner & Roast to name but a few.

This is London now focuses on providing the capital with the most up-to-date entertainment, information and news 24 hours a day, and covers restaurants, bars, film, theatre, comedy, music, arts, exhibitions, showbiz and sport.

With a new restaurant service featuring reviews from the Evening Standard's acclaimed critics alongside reader opinions and a fully comprehensive guide to eating out in London, This is London is now a gourmet's haven.

Just log on for all the information you'll need to help you choose where to dine, including 360 degree views and sample menus. Plus every restaurant offer can be instantly booked online for free, in a matter of seconds.

So why not treat a friend, take a client on a business lunch or enjoy a family get together?

This offer is running all week, for bookings until 4 October - there will be a new code printed in tomorrow's Evening Standard

Participating restaurants

1 LOMBARD STREET - BRASSERIE, EC3 140 PARK LANE RESTAURANT AND BAR, W1 1880, SW7 ALMEIDA, N1 AWANA, SW3 BABYLON AT THE ROOF GARDENS, W8 BEAUBERRY HOUSE, SE21 BELOW ZERO LONDON & ABSOLUT ICEBAR, W1 BENARES, W1 BLUE ELEPHANT, SW6 BLUEBIRD BRASSERIE, SW3 BLUEPRINT CAFE, SE1 BOXWOOD CAFE, SW1 BRIAN TURNER, W1 CANTINA DEL PONTE, SE1 CHOR BIZARRE, W1 COCOON, W1 EMBASSY, W1 FIREVAULT, W1 FLORIDITA, W1 HUSH BRASSERIE, W1 L'ETRANGER, SW7 LA NOISETTE, SW1 LA PORTE DES INDES, W1 LANES, E1 LAUNCESTON PLACE, W8 LEVANT, W1 LEVANTINE, W2 LIGHTSHIP, E1 MANGO TREE, SW1 MINT LEAF, SW1 MJU, SW1 NO. …

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