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Dover Sole in London

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Our 13 yr. old GD loves Dover Sole---the delicious taste plus the drama of filleting it tableside. In our area it's around $55. I would imagine in London it will be more.

I've been scouring Trip Advisor for a place to have Dover Sole in London and there are so many options. She's used to eating in good restaurants but some of the places I've found are just too formal and adult stuffy looking.

Where would you go for Dover Sole in London with a 13 yr. old?

We'll be staying near The Eye but could take a cab elsewhere.

Also, any suggestions of restaurants with good food but more interesting rooms would be welcome. All the stark, modern, very adult surroundings are fine for us but hold little interest for a teen.

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