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Suggest a London restaurant for a lamb and sticky toffee pudding fix

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I will be visiting London for a Saturday and Sunday (leaving Monday) in a couple of weeks with two girlfriends. We are staying near the Blackfriars tube stop. I am desperate for a roast lamb meal, and sticky toffee pudding. (They don't have to be in the same sitting.) Indian restos are out as two of us really hate curry. A pub would be fine, but the food is more important than the beer on this occasion. Anywhere between the Tower of London and Westminster Abbey is good location wise.

Please suggest a resto for a mouthwatering lamb supper, probably for the Saturday. I know many places have roasts on Sunday, but since it is mother's day (for us) on Sunday, they want to go to Harrod's for tea instead that day. Oh and a delicious sticky toffee pudding. Unfortunately this trip is so short I won't have time for trial and error!

Thank you so much for any suggestions.

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