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Where to eat like a New Yorker… in London

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So many of New York’s greatest eateries have made their way across the pond. Get a taste of some of the city’s best, right here in London…

Balthazar, Covent Garden

Balthazar is the original New York-style French brasserie that has been serving up favourites since opening its first restaurant in New York’s SoHo 20 years ago. Head to Covent Garden for its freshly baked pastries or find a spot next to the oyster bar and sip on something delicious.

www.balthazarlondon.com

Dominique Ansel, Belgravia 

Home of the Cronut®, Dominique Ansel opened his London doors last year so that Londoner’s, too, could sample the doughnut-cum-croissant that New Yorkers would queue around the block for.

www.dominiqueansellondon.com

Dean and DeLuca, Mayfair (coming soon)

Another renowned New York establishment crosses the pond. Bringing its array of deli foods, you’ll find everything from your New York blend coffee here to specialist wines and cheeses when Dean and DeLuca opens up on Mayfair’s Mount Street.

www.deandeluca.com

by CHLOE, Covent Garden (coming soon) 

Your new favourite brunch spot. This New York eatery is opening up shop in London’s Covent Garden and serving up all your brunch favourites, plus a few new ones, from it’s exclusively plant-based menu.

www.eatbychloe.com

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