Bar Remo would be your any-and-every day of the week restaurant in any area of London. The fact that it’s slap-bang in the middle London’s most expensive district means that if you are a regular in Mayfair, you should be stopping in here for coffee and breakfast - as well as lunch or dinner - at least once a week. Pizzas start at £9 and are thin, tangy, generously topped, but not so heavy or doughy that you need a nap afterwards. They also serve pastas, salads and mains, all of which are around the £15 mark, and all of which are kind of perfect for those times when you want a quick and casual meal.
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