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Restaurants Now: Lutyens

(London) — Sir Terence Conran, Britain’s reigning design legend, transforms a former Reuters headquarters into a headline-worthy dining spot.
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Eight Great Bars in London

When you need a break from Wimbledon, check out these great watering holes.
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Restaurants Now: Little Chef

(HAMPSHIRE, U.K.) - The last time I ate at Little Chef, the U.K.’s largest chain of motorway fast-food outlets, the kitchen had a power outage, so they couldn’t make my omelet.
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Heston Blumenthal’s Fast-Food Franchise

Britain’s most famous chef redesigns the menu at his country’s version of HoJo’s.
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Restaurants Now: Ba Shan

(LONDON) - British-born food writer and Gourmet contributor Fuchsia Dunlop is an outstanding communicator of Chinese food culture to westerners.
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Eight Great Places for Authentic British Food in London

British food is the hot trend in London right now (see Gourmet, April 2009), but it’s not a sudden discovery.
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First Taste: The Giaconda Dining Room

Paul Merrony’s honest bistro cooking is a welcome change from London’s prolific tourist-trap restaurants.
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First Taste: Citrus at Social

This creative restaurant’s only drawback comes after dessert, when you inevitably have to give up your seat to another diner.
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First Taste: Nobu Los Angeles

Nobu L.A. follows the mold of the other branches without breaking much new ground. Everything is high quality and well executed, yet none of it is exciting as it once was.
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First Taste: Let’s Be Frank

With their virtuous heritage, the juicy, snappy, flavorful hot dogs at Let’s Be Frank have the added benefit of being very low-guilt.