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    1. Be At One

      Launched in May 1998, Be At One boast an extensive range of over 100 cocktails, beers and wines for you hearts delight. The warm and friendly atmosphere is packed with people who are just out to let their hair down and have a rocking good time. The music takes you back in the day to 70’s funk anthems and the 80’s hits from groups such as Spandau Ballet and Duran Duran. They serve bar food and snacks in a relaxing atmosphere with sofas and intimate nooks and crannies, and can cater for private parties.

    2. Itsu

      Itsu is a chain of Japanese restaurants that has emerged in recent times. The interior is very designer, with conveyor belts of sushi sliding past the glass shop front and little stools to perch on. The menu is a totally original mix of Japanese and European dishes. The plates are colour coded according to price. Itsu does not take reservations, but kindly asks their guests to entertain themselves in the bar area whilst waiting for a table.

    3. Subway

      Subway is a large chain of sandwich shops that serve a range of freshly made sandwiches, snacks and salads to take away.

    4. Pret A Manger

      Pret A Manger create handmade and natural foods to eat in or take away. Their chillers are always well stocked with ready made sandwiches, salads, fruit pots. They also offer hot and cold drinks.

    5. Itsu

      Itsu is a chain of Japanese restaurants that has emerged in recent times. The interior is very designer, with conveyor belts of sushi sliding past the glass shop front and little stools to perch on. The menu is a totally original mix of Japanese and European dishes. The plates are colour coded according to price. Itsu does not take reservations, but kindly asks their guests to entertain themselves in the bar area whilst waiting for a table.

    6. Itsu

      Itsu is a chain of Japanese restaurants that has emerged in recent times. The interior is very designer, with conveyor belts of sushi sliding past the glass shop front and little stools to perch on. The menu is a totally original mix of Japanese and European dishes. The plates are colour coded according to price. Itsu does not take reservations, but kindly asks their guests to entertain themselves in the bar area whilst waiting for a table.

    7. Artisserie

      Artisserie sells a range of sandwiches and salads that are freshly made on-site every day. They have vegetarian, healthy and low-fat options.

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