This art deco style café is located on one of London’s busiest shopping streets. It first opened in 1946, and has since been used on several occasions as a filming location, appearing in the films Layer Cake and Brighton Rock as well as Pride. The tiling is original, and decorations include photographs of Tottenham Hotspur footballers and formica-topped tables. In 2013, it was voted as the fifth best restaurant in London.
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This cobbled courtyard in Farringdon is home to a French restaurant, with ‘impeccable service’, an award-winning ‘encyclopaedic’ wine list and above all a uniquely welcoming ambience in a wonderfully historic setting.
Legend has it that the courtyard’s name commemorates the murder of Lady Elizabeth Hatton, the second wife of Sir William Hatton, whose family formerly owned the area around Hatton Garden. It is said that her body was found here on 27 January 1626, “torn limb from limb, but with her heart still pumping blood.”