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Savoir Fare London

Savoir Fare London

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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ISBN:
978-1-892145-65-9
Format:
paperback
Size:
4.8" x 6" x 0.6"
Author(s):
Elaine Louie; Phil Nicholls, photographer
Page count:
192

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Why We Love This

It’s easy to find a great meal in London, and--with the exchange rate and soaring prices--easier yet to find a meal that is ruinously expensive. But what fun is that? Enter Elaine Louie, a New York Times staffer who writes on food, design, and style. What better person to suss out the spots where the most stylish of Londoners dine while staying solvent? Tracking down leads from architects, curators, designers, and other sources with discriminating taste and exacting palates, Louie profiles fifty venues that would be considered great finds at any price and where a meal (not counting tip and beverage) can be enjoyed for less than $25. The restaurants range across ethnicities, and include a substantial number of traditional British and Continental restaurants. They deliver on decor, and the food is always memorable.

Why We Love This

It’s easy to find a great meal in London, and--with the exchange rate and soaring prices--easier yet to find a meal that is ruinously expensive. But what fun is that? Enter Elaine Louie, a New York Times staffer who writes on food, design, and style. What better person to suss out the spots where the most stylish of Londoners dine while staying solvent? Tracking down leads from architects, curators, designers, and other sources with discriminating taste and exacting palates, Louie profiles fifty venues that would be considered great finds at any price and where a meal (not counting tip and beverage) can be enjoyed for less than $25. The restaurants range across ethnicities, and include a substantial number of traditional British and Continental restaurants. They deliver on decor, and the food is always memorable.