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Magdalen Review

South of the river between London and Tower bridges, Magdalen is a self-assured beacon of class in a markedly up-and-coming part of town. It specializes in inventive but unpretentious modern British cuisine at keen prices; poached hake with fennel (£9), calves' sweetbreads with salsify (£18), wild turbot and clams (£19), and treacle tart for £7 will hardly break the bank. With dark-wood and bent-wood chairs, chandeliers, tea candles, the pleasing ox-blood-colored surrounds invite you to sit back with the clever wine list and ponder whether to have a feast of whole hare or the stuffed suckling pig instead.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch Sat. Closed Sun.
Updated: 03-06-2014

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