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    Me and the missus are down there on Saturday to see Derren Brown do his thing... any recommendations for veggie / fish places would be highly appreciated as have only eaten in Waggamamas (nice) but would like to try something new... don't want to have to book anything, and would probably eat during the day rather than the evening.

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    Despite generally regarding veggie restaurants as the work of the devil (what do you mean there's no bloody meat on the menu?) I can heartily recommend Food For Thought on Neal Street. Stone's throw from Covent Garden. Very cheap and REALLY good veggie food. Even I don't feel cheated at the lack of meat. Love ther puds there, too, yummy.
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      Ditto on food for thought. While you are in neal street check out 'mytrainers' for some lovely kicks.

      Then pop into neals yard and buy some proper stinky cheese!

      Oh and the pasty place in covent garden has the fittest barmaid in the world. She looks like a fitter salma hayek.
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        They don't have to be just veggie... my wife's a vegetarian, but I 'm not... many time in the past restaurants cater well for the meat eaters and not the veggies, I'd rather she got the better deal (it is her birthday after all) and I don't mind going veggie every now and then.

        So if you know somewhere which is a good "all rounder" then feel free.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by sermad
          Ditto on food for thought. While you are in neal street check out 'mytrainers' for some lovely kicks.

          Then pop into neals yard and buy some proper stinky cheese!
          Damn you... after 15 years of "kepping it real" my last shopping trip for trainers ended up with me buying a pair of *gulp* shoes... completely out of choice. I had that terrible feeling that I was getting old.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by sermad
            Ditto on food for thought. While you are in neal street check out 'mytrainers' for some lovely kicks.
            I get the impression that MY Trainers is winding down. They've taken out all their fancy display cases and they don't appear to have had much/any new stock in in a while...
            You freeking scientologists are all the same, quible, dribble and then demand ice creams. Ohhhhhhhhhhh.

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              The problem with eating in london is that a place can be 5* one day and no star the next.
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                serious? mytrainers going? nooooooooooooo?

                They were the only place to get decent colourways in and *not* add one £50 to the price. Damn.
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                • #9
                  Belgos is good and like a Belgian Version of wagamamas except for Stoomp, Sausages and Moules. And deserts to die for and nice beer too. Check out the menu and location here . . .http://www.belgo-restaurants.com/

                  I am not sure how vegetarian it is unless fish is ok?
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                  • #10
                    excellent falafels at Gaby's, just next to leicester sq tube, and you can get good, rather idiosyncratic sarnies at a place thats next door to Interstate, can't rememebr the road

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                    • #11
                      That sarnie place is insane - woman in her 60s(?) is the, er, host - was a Playbot bunny back in the day or summat. And her husband is some Indian guru musician or summat else. Actually it's quite funny to eat there.
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                      • #12
                        Ahhh A thread that goes from good food, to cheese and then onto trainers. I feel so at home.

                        Shop about in Covent Garden. There are some lovely little places that do great lunches for all tastes.

                        The people in CG are friendly and willing to accommodate you ...
                        The peeps in the eateries are the same also!

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