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JARRIKEIIN Apr 25, 2012 01:25 PM

greetings from Mexico

I have a small travel agency in Riviera Maya and I have a family going to London in July

Thay are very well travelled people and they like good things...

I want to recommend some eating-places and I need your valuable help...

I need an amazing restaurant ( tip top..) I heard about Barbecoa... The Ivy ..io need somthign very british but i want to hear from London people from these top level places.

For another day i need something wiht nice views.. or something to make it unforgettable ...but also upscale ....

To finish a good London pub

Thanks again as suusla for your help

Best regards from Mexico

Jose

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    Harters Apr 26, 2012 03:00 AM

    Hi Jose

    Suggest you just read through the posts over recent weeks and you'll soon see which places are recommended that will suit your clients' tastes and wallet.

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      JARRIKEIIN Apr 26, 2012 07:00 AM

      Thanks Harters I really appreciate :-)

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        pj26 Apr 26, 2012 08:47 AM

        Harters is right, do a quick search and you will come up with loads.

        but just quickly, there's better places than Barbecoa (for steak/meat) - try places like Hawksmoor, or for British 'top level' places, other restaurants like Ledbury, Launceston Place, Pollen St Social, or for the view, Galvin at Windows would fit the bill.

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          JARRIKEIIN Apr 26, 2012 09:27 AM

          Pj 26 Thanks for info you provided I really appreciate

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            zuriga1 Apr 26, 2012 10:49 PM

            Keep in mind, Jose, that if your clients are in London during the Olympics, it will be difficult to book restaurants for that time. I hope they're coming towards the beginning of July and not the end!

            I'd also recommend Bistro Bruno Loubet, Min Jiang for excellent Chinese food, and Ishbilia if they'd like to try some Lebanese dishes.

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              JARRIKEIIN Apr 27, 2012 06:33 AM

              Hey Zuriga tahnsk for you tips, especially the one for the olympics... your are 100% right :-)

              Thanks again !!!

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