We’re big fans of Gail’s Kitchen. Though walking past the piles of cakes and pastries at the coffee-shop entrance to the restaurant is definitely a wrench that requires heroic amounts of self-control, sometimes cake just isn’t a meal. And trust us, it’s worth it. Housed in a hotel just on the cusp of Bloomsbury, the space is light, airy and unpretentious and can pretty much bend to whatever occasion you need. It can segue from coffee shop, to brunch spot, to long, boozy lunch location and seamlessly on into a laidback dinner place. The service is friendly, and the mood’s relaxed. The menu’s split into meat, fish and veg and is meant for sharing – a good thing since otherwise you’d have some tough decisions, and trust us, this is a place you want to leave room for dessert.
|Address:||11 Bayley St, WC1B 3HD|
|Phone:||020 7323 9694|
|Nearest Tube:||Tottenham Court Road|
|Need To Know:||Closed for dinner Sunday|
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