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London Experts: roast beef/Yorshire pud and pubs

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I am planning my 7th trip to London but will be taking a friend who has never been. So of course I want to cover the usual tourist sites and we will actually have to eat something (I'm not big on sit down meals when on my own).
Does anyone have recommendations for a nice (but not super expensive) restaurant/pub to have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding?
How about some of your favorite London pubs in a central area (that also serve pub food for lunch and/or dinner)

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