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London poncy restaurant

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As a last hurrah before impending fatherhood, over the August bank holiday we are planning a poncy restaurant in London. So far The Square has ignited her interest (I wanted to go back to Marcus Waering but do fancy trying something new) so has anyone been?

Michelin stars not imperative but both meals I've had at Waering and Fairlie have been outstanding so looking for the same sort of thing.

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Bingham - its not half bad. You could kip there too as a treat?

Failing that, there is an Italian I was at last night in Richmond which is 12 courses... Elasticated trousers needed.

Or, more than happy to take you to my Club in Mayfair that is pretty darn good - bonus being we could get a lift back...

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Oh yes, that would be romantic! I'm not after "not half bad" - I'm after stunning. Waering blew me away - it was absolutely amazing and Andrew Fairlie ran it a very close second. Wanted to go to Gavroche but was too late on one date and missed the other all together while on holiday - Roux will have to wait!

Will be staying over somewhere (other than my London digs) that takes Mr & Mrs Smith vouchers - got a load for the wedding but sadly Claridge's prices have escalated such that I'd be spending £400 on top of the £250 voucher we have got. Too much!

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Rasoi near Sloane Square gets my vote. Indian food like I've never had before. Definitely one we will return to.

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How many weeks will Mrs A be by then Andrew? Its probably still ok but she will start to feel uncomfortable and will have strange diet requirements!

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Well she can watch me eat then. Makes things cheaper.

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Well she can watch me eat then. Makes things cheaper.

I take it you haven't experienced your partner being pregnant in the latter stages.

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Strange though it may seem, life doesn't end when you have kids you know.

Granted, it feels like it at times, but it doesn't.:grin:

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:flush:

Strange though it may seem, life doesn't end when you have kids you know.

Granted, it feels like it at times, but it doesn't.:grin:

What about when you get married Chris? (under the thumb).

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That's the kind of post I like MrMe; thanks!

Luke: no, the first one but I was joking.

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Oblix in the Shard has opened - got to be worth a try for the view! +++

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I used to use the Square a lot and it was always been excellent.

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