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St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside · interesting places nearby
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This atmospheric cafe-restaurant, in the crypt of one of London’s most famous churches offers excellent value and such tasty dishes as pan-fried sea bream with chermoula (spicy North African sauce) and aubergine Parmigiana. There are as many vegetarian choices as meat ones. Summer sees tables outside in the shady courtyard.