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The Ivy Café St. John's Wood

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The Ivy Café St. John's Wood

The Ivy Café St. John's Wood is the newest addition to the gastronomy empire gradually being built by London's legendary restaurant The Ivy. With a history stretching back to 1917, the likes of Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier and Marlene Dietrich at The Ivy have merely been replaced with the current generation of red-carpet luminaries from the art and show business worlds.

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As is usually the case with offspring, the restaurant’s new branches all across London are more laid back in terms of style, attitude and prices. The Ivy Café St. John's Wood is in North London, with an interior that replicates a classic Parisian brasserie. The unpretentious menu does not compromise on quality and is suited for both leisurely Sunday breakfasts and slightly more hurried weekday lunches.

120 St John’s Wood High Street, London NW8 7SG
theivycafestjohnswood.com

12/2016

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