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This atmospheric vegetarian restaurant is in the crypt of one of London’s most famous old churches. The menu is a daily changing set of...
St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside · interesting places nearby
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This atmospheric cafe-restaurant, in the crypt of one of London’s most famous churches, is breakfast and lunch only these days but offers excellent value and such tasty dishes as fish pie and Moroccan slow roast lamb in focaccia. There's always as many vegetarian choices as meat and fish ones. In summer there are tables outside on the shady courtyard.