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June 2023

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omas Rule opened an oyster bar in Covent Garden in the year Napoleon opened his campaign in Egypt, and it's still flourishing after spanning the reign of ten monarchs. Rules seats more than 120 diners on three floors and serves up to 350 people a day. e restaurant offers traditional English food including classic game, oysters, pies, and puddings. Having said that, I loved my cold poached salmon with courgettes, tomato, capers, and fresh dill, and my dessert — a crumble with cream — was out of this world. A table for two on the first floor by the lattice window was once the most celebrated table in London. is was the favorite spot of Edward VII (who at the time was still Prince of Wales) for wining and dining the beautiful actress Lillie Langtry. A door was built specially for these clandestine amorous encounters. Casual Fare In contrast, il Pampero Bar & Restaurant in the Hari Hotel is a chic little hideaway in Belgravia with a black and white tile floor, white tablecloths, tastefully placed fresh red roses, and an interesting MAIN Il Pampero is a chic hideaway renown for excellent Italian fare OPPOSITE BOTTOM The Goring has been hosting guests of nearby Buckingham Palace since it opened in 1910 TOP RIGHT Rules serves classic British cuisine in an iconic setting BOTTOM RIGHT A culinary icon in London, Rules is well known for its classic decor and rich history >> @ranchandcoast RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE JUNE 2023 75 THE GORING, RULES: COURTESY OF ADAMS/HANSEN PHOTOS

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