Traditional British classics served in a charming restaurant with exposed brickwork and wood panelling make this a Charing Cross favourite.
If you’re after a hearty British meal, then Champagne Charlies in Charing Cross is just for you.
Old Wallop battered fish and chips with tartare sauce and a minted pea purée followed by Sticky toffee pudding, Dorset clotted cream and butterscotch sauce is a real winner. The house speciality sees Davy’s Kentish bangers and mash, beer battered onion rings and Madeira gravy – most certainly worth a look!
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