4. RESTALRANTS. 1 1
Restaurants at the West End.
In and near the Strand : —
"■'Simpson's Dining Rooms, in the busiest part, of the, Strand (Nos.
101-103); ladies' room upstairs; dinner 2s. (\d. to 3s. Gil.; d la
''"I'he (laiety Restaurant, at the Gaiety Theatre, 343 and 344
Strand, somewhat expensive.
Somerset Hotel and Dining Rooms, 162 Strand, moderate.
Windsor, 427 Strand.
Drehers Beer Sidoon, 395 Strand (A'ienna beer).
Old Drury Tavern, 50 Catherine Street, opposite Drury Lane
Theatre (p. 35).
In Leicester Square (besides the table d'hote at the Hotel
de Provence, named at p. 7): —
Chialcs' Restaurant, 20 Leicester Square, hotel and cafe, French
cuisine and attendance, moderate charges.
The Leicester Restaurant, Leicester Square, corner of Coventry
Hotel de Paris, 5, 7, and 9 Leicester Square.
Near Leicester Square: —
Bertotini (hotel, sec p. 7), 32-35 St. Martin's Street, with
ladies' room, reasonable charges.
Cafe du Globe, French house, 1 Coventry Street.
*Evans's Restaurant, corner of Prince's Street and Coventry
Street, cafe' on ground-floor, restaurant upstairs, rather dear.
In Piccadilly, Regent Street, and the vicinity: —
*The Criterion (Spiers and Pond), Regent Circus, Piccadilly,
spacious, and sumptuously fitted up, with a small theatre attached
(see p. 36).
*'The Albany , 190 Piccadilly, comfortable, unpretending, and
"'St. James's Hotel (Francatelli), Piccadilly.
NicholVs, 225 Piccadilly.
'■'■'■ Batchel<a-'s l)ining Rooms , 2 Piccadilly Place , Piccadilly, op¬
posite St. James's Church, moderate.
*Tbe Burlington (BlancharcVs), 169 Regent Street, corner of
New Burlington Street, good English and French cuisine; dinners
on first and second floors, ground-floor reserved for luncheons. La¬
■]:St. James's Hall Restaurant, 69-71 Regent Street, and 25, 26,
and 28 Piccadilly, high charges. Ladies' rooms.
*Kiihn, 21 Hanover Street, cafe downstairs, restaurant upstairs,
*Verrey, 229 Regent Street and 1 Hanover Street, French cuisine,
somewhat high charges.
Pall Mall Restaurant, 14 Regent Street, AVaterloo Place.
Grand Cafe Royal, 68 Regent Street.