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190 The Gore, London

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BAR 190, The Gore

I can admit that before I stayed at The Gore I hadn’t heard about BAR 190. Apparently it is a world-famous bar popular among celebrities and people working within fashion, publishing and advertising. We choose to spend our evening in the comfortable armchairs near the bar. If you’re a group of less than 6 people who prefer to be in a more private area, you can book their new VIP area called Cinderella’s Carriage, either for a dinner party or for the whole evening.

The bar is open until 1am. In the afternoon, they serve traditional afternoon tea. [more ]

Breakfast in Bistro 190, The Gore

The breakfast at Bistro 190 at The Gore is without doubt the best I have eaten so far. Instead of choosing oatmeal as usual I ordered an omelette with spinach and goat’s cheese with brown toast and salad with just the right dressing. It was super tasty. If you ever stay at The Gore, try one of their omelettes. Highly recommended. Apart from warm courses, they also serve a good breakfast buffet with their own home-made muesli, cornflakes, yoghurt, fresh berries, fresh fruit, bread and pastries. No risk for disappointments. [more ]

Bistro 190, The Gore

So far I would say that Bistro 190 is the best restaurant I have been to in London. We went there for lunch… well it was over four o’clock in the afternoon, but they let us pay lunch price which was two courses for £15.95 instead of their Pre-theatre menu price £21.25. It is quite expensive, but definitely worth it. The Forest mushroom and tarragon risotto with crispy rocket and Basil pesto we ordered was really tasty. For dessert, we opted for the Baked apple studel with vanilla ice cream and cinnamon custard. Terrific gourmet food. And a very special atmosphere. [more ]

The Gore

The Gore is a four-star boutique hotel at 190 Queen’s Gate near Royal Albert Hall. The hotel has a very charming and Victorian feel. I stayed in the Lady Blessington room. I remember I had quite high fever in the evening, so I left the £10 deposit and rented The Pursuit of Happyness DVD in the reception. The Finnish receptionist told me that a lot of business people, photographers, and models stay at the hotel and their Green Room where they serve tea, coffee and drinks is often hired for interviews. When I checked out the next day, Annie Lennox passed by me on her way to an interview... the receptionist told me. I didn't recognise her. [more ]

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