If you’re the kind of person who loves old books, posts inspirational quotes, and took forever to get on Tinder, you’ll love Andrew Edmunds. It’s an old-school Soho bolthole that’s romantic with a capital ‘R’, and you’ll eat by candlelight and order from a menu scrawled on a chalkboard. It’s obviously ideal for a date, but the food is actually really good too. The braised squid and dressed crab are excellent, and the goat’s curd with courgettes is excellent if you or your date are vegetarian.
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