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  • Papaya Thai fillers Soho • 14 St Anne's Court

  • Sweetings Men in suits eating fish in a classic and casual setting East • 39 Queen Victoria St, The City

  • Four Seasons But especially the roast duck Central • 12 Gerrard St, Chinatown

  • The King of Falafel Lebanese/Moroccan food royalists Central • 17 Hunter St

  • Casa Tua (Kings Cross) Tasty Italian Central • 106 Cromer St, Kings Cross

  • Rasa W1 Yummy Indian Central • 6 Dering St, Mayfair

  • Marine Ices Beloved ice cream institution North • Old Dairy Mews, 61 Chalk Farm Rd

  • Mac & Wild Oh deer. Another great burger Central • 65 Great Titchfield St, Fitzrovia

  • Smack Lobster Roll Lobster chowder. Lobster roll. Bisket roll. Soho • Kemble House, 58 Dean St

  • Sông Quê Café Tastiest Vietnamese in Hoxton East • 134 Kingsland Rd, Hoxton

  • Lahore Kebab House Not what it was, but still very good Pakistani food East • 2–10 Umberston St, Whitechapel

  • Dominique Ansel Bakery Gays love Cronuts and kouign-amanns Southwest • Elizabeth St, Belgravia/Victoria

  • Sirena's (at Southbank House) An Italian in Vauxhall Vauxhall • Black Prince Rd

  • Bang Bang Vietnamese Canteen Excellent Vietnamese bang in the middle of London Central • 53 Warren S, Fitzrovia

  • Chick 'n' Sours (Covent Garden) Nouveau fried chicken Central • 1 Earlham St

  • La Pastaia Budget-friendly Tuscan in Old Compton St Soho • 63 Old Compton St

  • Belgo (Soho) Soho mussels Soho • 29–31 Old Compton St

  • Andrew's Restaurant Sexy working men have lunch and breakfast here Central • 160 Gray's Inn Rd, Holborn

  • Wagamama (81 Dean St, Soho) Gayest Wagamama of them all Soho • 81 Dean St