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A gentleman who lunches.

  • Antipodean delinquents

    So it was on a Friday evening that Doctor Lunch found himself pressed up against two young Australian ragamuffins in the bowels of the London tunnels. Their language was tiresome and distressing. If only the colonies had been sent some… Read More ›

  • Grumbles – Pimlico

    Tucked away in a quiet road in olde London’s Pimlico, hides a beautifully quaint and cosy restaurant that one wishes you not to visit. It is Doctor Lunch’s favourite discovery of recent times despite it having been in this spot… Read More ›

  • Boring? The Goring….NEVER!

    Boring? What, the Goring? Not quite dear friends. This establishment situated just a stone’s throw from her majesty’s elegant House is quintessential England tied up with a bow. A true hidden gem with staff to match. One cannot fault the… Read More ›

  • Le Gavroche

    One might wonder where Doctor Lunch would rather partake of a fine repast if given a free rein. It is here at Le Gavroche, London’s finest dining experience bar none. To sample the delights of its Prix Fixe menu whilst… Read More ›

  • Gran Paradiso – Victoria

    Dear Readers, Today, one had a most convivial lunch with a very good acquaintance. One dined on fine Italian fare and I must wholly recommend this fine establishment for it’s well presented and traditional Italian fare. One ate a freshly… Read More ›

  • Tylney Hall Hotel – near Hook

    And so it was off to the countryside for Doctor Lunch on a windswept, grey and rainy day. Tylney Hall near Hook has long been a favourite venue for a well-served, old-fashioned Sunday luncheon. It was one’s first time back… Read More ›