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The Four Lanterns
The Four Lanterns

96 Cleveland Street, London, W1T 6NP

Unpretentious Greek cuisine and a friendly welcome.Read more

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Elysee
ElyseeTop Pick

13 Percy Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1DP

0.36km

London's original Greek restaurant offering a rich Live Music & Entertainment programme, Private Dining, Cocktail...Read more

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Vasis
Vasis

56 Maple Street, London, W1T 6HW

0.02km

Authentic Greek and Mediterranean Cuisine.Read more

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Ergon London
Ergon London

15 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2QQ

0.57km

ERGON started as a group of friends. A group of people that wanted and aspired to work on Greek foodstuffs and...Read more

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The Life Goddess
The Life Goddess

1 Kingly Street, Carnaby, London, W1B 5PW

0.65km

In Greek tradition and culture cultivating, preparing and sharing food is a ritual. The journey of the senses starts...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Mark Lemon Blue Plaque - Mark Lemon co-founder and first editor of "Punch" lived in this house 1817 to 1823
Heinrich Heine Black Plaque - Heinrich Heine German poet and essayist (1799-1856) lived here 1827
George Orwell Green Plaque - George Orwell 1903-1950 novelist & essayist lived at 27B 1945
Amy Johnson Blue Plaque - Amy Johnson 1903-1941 aviator lived here
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Northfields Station  Architect: Charles Holden & Partners, 1932  The first station opened here in 1905, on the District line, but the present building was constructed as part of the 1930's extension of the Piccadilly line that helped fuel the suburban growth of this once rural part of London.  Holden's impressive building takes the form of a single storey plinth, which contains offices and shops, and is faced in black glazed brick.  The tall brick box that forms the ticket hall has a window that
Parish Lock-up, Hampstead Black Plaque - Parish lock-up About 1730, this lock-up was built into the garden wall of Canon Hall, where local magistrates held court. Prisoners were kept in this dark single cell until more lasting arrangements could be made for them. Soon after the formation of the police force in 1829, business was transferred to the Watch House in Holly Walk. This lock-up is one of the very few left in London and is a D.O.E. listed building of historic interest.

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