What's Good for Lunch Near You in London ? Check the Map!

While looking up information on my previous story about Sacred Cafe and a Great Cup of Java, I stumbled upon an online guide that helps us find out what's good for lunch.

Aptly named Good for Lunch, it combines Google Maps with reviews of Lunch Spots.

Unfortunately they cover only London at this time.

I did find some intriguing options such as Shaws Booksellers ( 31-34 St Andrew Hill). They call it a smart pub and mention such dishes as Steak & London Pride Pie with creamed mash & honey roast carrots and Risotto of smoked haddock, leeks, white wine, bay & peas. Open Monday to Friday.

On a budget DSum2 at 14 Paternoster Row near St Paul offers a Set Lunch with 3 options (including a Vegetarian one) at £11.99 per person
for example Crispy Won Ton (2pcs)plus Sui Mei (2pcs) plus Har Gau (2pcs) and Singapore Fried Noodles.
This menu is also available for Take Out. Their wine list is mostly Chilean and Argentinian.

Want to widen your options Good for Lunch shares their Lunch of the year 2008 selections with us.

Know of similar services in other cities, please notify us.

Bon appetit!

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