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The Life Goddess
The Life Goddess

1 Kingly Street, Carnaby, London, W1B 5PW

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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Food Hygiene Ratings for The Life Goddess
Hygiene Rating: 2/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for The Life Goddess
Inspected: on 02/05/2018

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Elysee
ElyseeTop Pick

13 Percy Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1DP

0.47km

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

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Ergon London
Ergon London

15 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2QQ

0.1km

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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Vasis
Vasis

56 Maple Street, London, W1T 6HW

0.62km

Authentic Greek and Mediterranean Cuisine.Read more

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The Four Lanterns
The Four Lanterns

96 Cleveland Street, London, W1T 6NP

0.69km

Unpretentious Greek cuisine and a friendly welcome.Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Jimi Hendrix Blue Plaque - Jimi Hendrix 1942-1970 guitarist and songwriter lived here 1968-1969
Harry Tate And Camden House Red Plaque - Harry Tate (1872-1940) Near here stood Camden House, once home of Harry Tate from 1920-31. Born Ronald Hutchinson in Scotland in 1872, he adopted 'Tate' as a stage name. He became a music hall star successful in revue and silent films and was one of the first entertainers to broadcast.
Simón Bolívar Blue Plaque - Simón Bolívar 1783-1830 liberator of Latin America lodged here in 1810
St. Martin Outwich, London Blue Plaque - Site of St. Martin Outwich demolished 1874
William Walton Blue Plaque - Sir William Walton 1902-1983 composer lived here
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Heritage Information  Cockfosters station  Listed as a building of National Significance  Architect: Charles Holden, 1933  The station opened in the then small hamlet of Cockfosters on 31 July 1933, the last of the stations on the extension of the line from Finsbury Park.  The station was to be a focal point for a new suburb and although some development took place, areas to the north and east of the station became part of the protected London Green Belt.  The station building is a low European

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