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Dinner and a show in London

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A friend and I are going to be in London next week. We want to see a play, in this case, Billy Elliott, at the Victoria Palace Theater. The show starts at 7:30. A recommendation for dinner is The Library at the Rubens at The Palace at 39 Buckingham Palace Rd. which is supposed to be a two minute walk from the theater. The earliest that we can get dinner at The Library is at 5:30. The Library is supposed to be an upscale restaurant with meals between 45 and 66 pounds which we are willing to splurge on IF two hours is enough time (or actually less than 2 hours, so that we have time to walk there and be seated before showtime).

So has anyone eaten at The Library and can vouch for the expensive splurge in terms of good food? And is less than two hours reasonable for dinner in such place?

Anybody seen Billy Elliott? Like it?
Thanks, Margo

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