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Can I Fast In London for THREE Days?

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Staying at the Savoy; looking at various restaurant reviews. Will have theatre seats two out of three nights so will eat as/where we can (which is our usual).

But for the one free night I have a reservation at the Hawksmoor (Seven Dials) and am wondering between the Brits who are whining about waiters not being in the "proper uniform" so it was impossible to tell them from the patrons (yeah, like that woman sitting at the next table is likely to jump up and refill your water glass) to complaints about "improper chips" maybe I should pack a bunch of SlimFast on the plane.

We'll keep the Hawksmoor res but any other ideas for other nights. Prefer food without movement, eyes, sushi, or "a curry."

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