Saint Georges Hotel London

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Langham Place - Regent Street, London, W1B 2QS, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
8%
22
Very Good
45%
114
Average
22%
56
Poor
11%
29
Terrible
10%
27

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples67
  • Solo51
  • Business39

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Halal Restaurant in London

by Holsahoy

Hi

I will be celebrating my 30th birthday in London next month and am stuck on how to plan the best evening due to the different requirements of my party!!

About three of my friends can only eat Halal meat so I was looking for a good restaurant to cater for about ten people.

I then have this taketwobook which my friend gave me with loads of places to visit, we were considering visiting the 99 Club in Angel but my youngest cousin is only 17 so won't be allowed in. Has anyone got any other ideas, we don't really like clubbing and don't really drink.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Many thanks

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by unaS

There are many, many Halal restaurants in London.
To find the one best for you go
to the Happy Cow and click on the borough that you prefer:

http://www.happycow.net/europe/england/

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by zuriga

In the Edgeware Road area, there are a lot of Middle East restaurants and I'm sure they would serve Halal meat. A wonderful Lebanese place called Ishbilia is one of my favorite spots, but I don't know about the meat. The food there is fantastic!

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by unaS

Apologies. I accidentally gave you the URL for vegetarian restaurants.

Halal restaurants are listed on zabihah.
There are 686 listed:
(Scroll down a bit, below the map)

http://www.zabihah.com/sp.php?k=type+%28optional%29&l=London

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by toonsarah

As someone has already said, the restaurants on the Edgware Road are a good bet for halal meat, and there are lots to choose from at a variety of prices. I would suggest simply going to Marble Arch and starting to walk north until you find one you like the look of. Some may be full but even with 10 of you I think should be OK just turning up - especially if you're going on a week night (depends on when your birthday is of course!)

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by planxty

Another suggestion would be an "Indian" restaurant (most of which are actually Bangladeshi owned and run), all of which are halal. there are certainly plenty to choose from up to and including quite "posh" ones if you want to have a bit of a birthday blowout.

The areas round Aldgate in the East and Southall in the West (slightly further out) have got plenty of choice. If you mention the Angel as a possible option, the Aldgate area will be closer.

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by TheLongTone

There are also a lot of good indian restaurants in Drummond Street, behind Euston station. Three stops on the tube from the Angel, or a short bus ride.

Re: Halal Restaurant in London

by Holsahoy

Thank you everyone for your replies, it is appreciated.

Travel Tips for London

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

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under construction

Adults


£13


Concessions


£12


Children under 17 (accompanied by an adult)


FREE



Late entry (45 minutes before Glasshouses close)


£12


Disabled visitors


£12


Registered blind/partially-sighted visitors


FREE


Essential carers of wheelchair users and
blind/partially-sighted visitors


FREE

Take the Big Red Bus tour. It...

by teitss

Take the Big Red Bus tour. It gets you acquainted with the city and you drive and can get off at the major sites and get back on a different bus and move to another site. Walking from Hyde Park Coner to Bunkingham Palace taking in all the beauty of the gardens and parks in the middle of a huge city.

Advance to Whitehall

by rickyvilla81

The home of the British Government is found in Whitehall. Once the site of a royal palace which burned long ago, leaving only Banqueting House, outside of which King Charles the First had his head chopped off in 1649. You will see a statue of him looking down Whitehall from the Square on his horse. He was our shortest ever King. After 1649, he was even shorter.
Also in Whitehall you will find Horseguards, guarded by the Household Cavalry, those delightfully robed soldiers who are not allowed to move their face. They guard from 10 until 4 every day.
Next door to this is the Admiralty, home of the Royal Navy. It was here that Nelson's body lay in state before his funeral in 1806. He was brought back from Trafalgar (in southern Spain) entombed in a barrell of brandy. On arrival in London, it was discovered that the brandy had disappeared - the sailors had been drinking it on the way! They needed a stiff drink, apparently. "Mmm, plenty of body in this!" (It would cost an arm and a leg, normally..)

Changing the guard....11.30 every day

by sourbugger

I can't say I'm a great fan of watching a bunch of Army types in silly 17th century outfits walking about a bit, but many foreign tourists seem to see the 'changing of the guard' as one of the necessary 'must see' things to do in London.

It occurs every day at 11.30 during the summer (alternate days in winter) at Buckingham Palace. The whole thing lasts about 45 minutes. The website listed below will provide details of which section of the Army has the responsibility on a particular day and who provides the music.

The 'changing' bit means the troops are moving between diffrent royal sites and the barracks. They march from St James at about 11.15 up to Buck pally and return at 12.05.

http://www.army.mod.uk/ceremonialandheritage/household/queens_guard.htm

English Pubs

by HORSCHECK

For many locals the English pubs are their second home and a perfect place for conversation. English Pubs usually don't have a waiter service. You need to go to the bar to buy your drinks and pay immediately after your order. The beers for sale are either on draught (on tap), in bottles or cans. Famous types of british beers are: Ale, Mild, Bitter and Stout.

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Address: Langham Place - Regent Street, London, W1B 2QS, United Kingdom