'"■'Blanchard's Restaurant, 5 and 7 Beak Street, Regent Street,
moderate (ladies not after 5 p.m.) ; dinner 3s. 6d. ; a la carte, dearer.
Maison Force, Glasshouse Street, Regent Street, elegantly fitted
up; cafe downstairs, restaurant upstairs.
In and near Oxeord Street and Holborn: —
Scotch Stores (Green Man and Still), 122 a, Oxford Street, near
'"The Pamphilon, 17 Argyll Street, Oxford Street, near Regent
Circus, with ladies' rooms ; moderate charges.
The Radnor, 73 Chancery Lane and 311-312 High Holborn.
The Horseshoe , 264-23? Tottenham Court Road, not far from
the l>ritish Museum, luncheon-bar and dining-rooms; table d'hote
5.30 to 8.30 p.m., 3s. Od.
Inns of Court Restaurant, in Lincoln's Inn Fir-Ids, N. side.
"'The Ilolborn Restaurant, 218 High Holborn; table d'hote at
separate tables from 6 to 8. 30 p.m., with music, 3s. (nl.
''"Gray's Inn Tavern, 19 High Holborn, near Chancery Lane.
Spiers and Pond's Buffet, Holborn A'iaduct Station.
In the City.
In Fleet Street, near Temple Bar : —
'-'Che London, 19 I Fleet Street, corner of Chancery Lane , op¬
posite the Temple , tastefully fitted up. One stair up is the res¬
taurant a la carte ,- two stairs up, the 'London dinner' of five or six
courses for 3s., and dinner from the joint, i.e. roast-meat, potatoes,
and vegetables, for 2s. The -London Dinner' is served from 4 to
8 p.m. ; dinner a. la carte from 1p.m. Good Hock, Claret, and
Burgundy from 2s. per bottle. Three stairs up is a cafe', with
newspapers. Rooms for ladies.
'Ihe Cock. 201 Fleet Street (chops and steaks).
""The Rainbow, 15 Fleet Street (good wines).
Old Cheshire Cheese. 16 AY'inc Office Court, Fleet Street (steak
and chop house; beefsteak puddings on Saturdays).
Near Drury Lane: — Albion, 26 Russell Street, Covent
Near St. Paul's : •— Table d'hote in De Keyser's Royal Hotel
(p. 7), the charge for which to persons not residing in the hotel
is (is. (without wine).
Spier* and Pond's Restaurant, Ludgate Hill Station.
The Cathedral Hotel, 48 St. Paul's Churchyard, dinner at 1 and
5p.m., 2s.; also a la carte.
Dollys, Queen's Head Passage, Paternoster Row, plain and
quiet (chops and steaks).
Salutation Tavern, 17 Newgate Street, good fish.
Grand Cafe Restaurant de Paris, 74 Ludgate Hill, table d'hote
from 5 to 9, with 1/o bottle of claret, 3s. 6d.