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GO The Morning After in Central London

Morning After Relief in Cental London It’s the morning after the night before and hell probably looks better than your reflection in the morning.

The answer is simple: head into the town and get yourself a huge fry up. As long as it’s not a regular event there’s no reason why a tasty sprinkling of grease should hurt anybody. Alternatively, make yourself feel better by enjoying a fresh salad or refreshing juice.

The days of grubby eateries are long gone and you can definitely find a luxurious place to enjoy a top quality grill.

Book a table at The Savoy Grill [map], The Savoy Hotel, Strand, for breakfast in style. Men are advised to wear a jacket and tie so this is definitely not the venue for you if you’re still half drunk or unable to face a refreshing shower. If you’re in good spirits enjoy a large breakfast or continental alternative and peruse the Sunday papers in a relaxing atmosphere.

Take the family for a Sunday nosh-up to Christopher’s American Grill [map], Wellington Street. This is a great place to enjoy some loud and large US cuisine in a family-orientated environment. The excellent children’s menu is bound to keep the kids occupied and thus enabling you to recover in peace, for a few minutes at least.

Sometimes the best way to recover from the dreaded hangover is to get right back into the action and there’s a range of pubs and bars that offer grills as well as more traditional Sunday fayre such as roast beef and Yorkshire puddings.

Try The Springbok Bar & Grill [map], Bedford Street, for some quality drinks as well as a Sunday menu brimming with tempting food. Alternatively choose an ultra modern or stylish and traditional gastropub. If you want to pay a little bit more for your Sunday lunch this is definitely a favourable option.

Places such as The O’Conner Don [map], Marylebone Lane, W1, and The Bedford [map], Bedford Hill, lead the way in offering exceptional cuisine in a friendly pub environment. Many gastropubs offer al fresco dining when the weather is warm and this is a great way to soak up that special London atmosphere.

If you’re looking for something a bit different enjoy a South American spicy alternative at The Gaucho Grill [map], Bell Inn Yard, or have a wander around The City for Spanish, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine to banish that sinking feeling for good.

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