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London - Restaurant help needed

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My husband and I (early 60’s) will be visiting UJK in May. We are both in good shape. Our plan is to spend 8 days in London, 2 days in Bath, 5 days in Southern Wales. For our London trip, we are taking a tour (Rick Steeves) for many of the days but we are free most nights. We need some help to fill in the nights. I have several questions. We are staying at a hotel in Mayfair.

I have booked theater tickets at her Majestry’s Theater for one night but am not sure about dinner because DH does not like to eat late. I am thinking of going to a full tea to eat at round 5 PM since dinners are too late for the theater. Are there pre-theater places to eat? Any recommendations?

DH’s birthday is one night – he does not like small plates – he prefers good service/good food –does not like fish unlike me / expensive is ok. Also – I am not sure that he will bring a jacket (shirt & tie but not jacket). I looked at the Grill at the Dorchester Hotel –would that be a good place?
For another night, I am looking at Murano since the restaurant is in the Mayfair area. Any thoughts?

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