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Wonderful ambience. Very chic in a relaxed way. Delicious food and incredibly attentive staff. Little extras like parmesan and walnuts and olives to start as well as mini ice cream bars for petit fours were beer welcome. Definitely will go back MoreOpenTable Diner -
Fabulous food. But the manager on the day was very rude and we were asked to move to another table to accommodate another larger group arriving, which I didn't mind but the way she moved us was so rude and literally just started to move my chair while I was pretty much still sat in it! Self awareness would be great! Would expect better service from a cinnamon restaurant. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Simply the best meal we had for this week-long trip to London. In fact we had quite a few meals in Michelin starred restaurants this week and none could match up to CORE. Service was impeccable. And the chef was very friendly and also willingly took a photo with us in the kitchen. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The beef tartare with Cesar mushrooms and the ricotta with caramelised pecanuts, smoked eel and beetroot were both outstanding. Service attentive as always and we were also offered a quick tour of the kitchen. My favourite restaurant in London. MoreOpenTable Diner -
If you are in the market for what they do, which is burgers, fajitas etc then I don't know anywhere better or better value in this part of the world. We keep going back, and it's the three kids first choice when offered a free hand. Good value, friendly service, relaxed atmosphere - great place all round. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We combine bold heat and umami with the highest quality products we can find in a warm and welcoming environment. We explore ingredients such as Grains of Selim, a smokey peppercorn with the scent of eucalyptus, wild black tiger prawns and scotch bonnet chillies, which we ferment, burn and pickle.
If dining in the U.K. still evokes lackluster fish and chips or sorry boiled vegetables, it’s time for a trip. Call it the renaissance of British cuisine—from revived and updated bangers and mash to regional authentic Chinese, London has rewritten its own culinary story and now proudly bears the qualities of a veritable food destination. With a population of nearly 8.8 million people and one of the most popular airports in the world, the city is a bastion of cultural and culinary diversity, from an old world Parsi café and forage-forward tasting menus, to rethought English breakfasts and markets of all types. We’ll cheers to that.