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The Vincent Rooms in City of London,Westminster


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I first visited this place years ago and have been meaning to go back ever since, I finally made it and have been twice in 5 days! It is a food training college so the waiters are a little nervous but the food is fantastic, 7 courses + coffee and petit fours is an absolute steal at £29!! You can also do matching wines for the same price. Last week was an Italian theme, this week it is London and next week Hampshire. I hadn't realised the menu changes every week so I shall now be a regular. You do need to allow a good 2 hours and it is only 7 courses at lunch, (just 5 in the evenings but only wednesday and thursday). All the food is beautifully presented and the room is light and airy too. They also sell boxes of handmade chocolates which again are excellent and only £5 for a box of 12
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14 May 2019
This restaurant venue is the training facility for Westminster College cooking and waitering students . It has two rooms a very elegant one and a brasserie. The menu is quite small but is well chosen with a fine dining style . A friend and I who had been visiting nearby Tate Britain pop in to the Brasserie for lunch and had a splendid time . The food was very good ( we had a starter and a main course each ) - good ingredients well cooked and charmingly presented . The waiting staff ( student trainees ) were helpful , confident and polite . We enjoyed ourselves and stayed for coffees - which again were good.
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10 February 2019

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20/04/2019: Regency Café is a small owner operator cafe. We came for a traditional English breakfast and when we arrived at 9am on a Friday morning there was about a 15 minute wait. You order your food cafeteria style and then find a seat. When your order is up, they’ll shout it out. The set breakfast is a good deal with one egg, 2 slices of bacon, 1 sausage and either bans or grilled tomatoes, toast or bread and coffee or tea. You can also add on blood sausage, bubble and squeak or hash browns. The food is decent and inexpensive. The experience is interesting. If you’re in the area, be sure to try Regency Cafe for a traditional English breakfast.
10/06/2019: This place has always been popular with us at work, despite having to cross the Thames, but of course I love this venue as it has Tottenham Hotspur photos on the wall.

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