PJ’s is an old-school, polo themed restaurant in South Ken that feels like you’re dining in a wood-trimmed yacht filled wanna be Ralf Lauren models. The food here is brasserie style and pretty average at the best of times, but the real reason to come here is for their all day fry-up the morning after accidentally ending up at a club filled with all of Prince Harry’s third cousins.
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