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St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside · interesting places nearby
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This very atmospheric cafe-restaurant, in the crypt of one of London’s most famous churches, offers excellent value and a tasty range of international fare, with as many vegetarian choices as meat choices. Summer sees tables outside in the shady courtyard. Occasional set dinners are available, but check the website or phone in for details.