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Dinners in London

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We are stumbling around making a dining plan for London. I used to rely heavily on chowhound.com but there's very little there.

We like to make an evening out of dining in London. We don't drink and don't really like the theater much unless there's a dance performance we want to see. That's not looking good for our time period.

We enjoy hearty food with big flavors and a nice room.

Our last few trips to London were great successes for dining, but I don't really want to repeat all our places from a few years ago.

We loved Medlar and The Harwood Arms; thought Bistrot Bruno Loubet (now closed) was too buzzy and the food mediocre; had nice set lunch at Pierre Koffman.

In the past, we've visited Bocca di Lupo, and Bread and Wine.

We usually visit Tayyabs and Masters Super Fish. Don't have as much time this trip so want to make the most of our 4 dinners.

We are looking for tasty food, pleasant atmosphere at moderate prices. Need to make reservations.

I know one can't say "moderate" prices here because real numbers are more useful. But 50£ per person is too much for us. 30-35£ for a nice meal would be great.

Would love any French rec, maybe Italian, definitely Indian. Our hometown if full of Lebanese and Greek, so those are off the list. A good Chinese would be nice. We don't love North African.

I'll stop now.

All help appreciated.

We are not having fancy lunches because our days are filled with museum and gallery visits.

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