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Roast restaurant, at London's Borough Market on Stoney Street, operates a luxury sandwich stall. Roast to Go offers spit-roasted suckling pig, birds and ribs of beef in a landmark building, which forms the portico to the old Covent Garden flower market.

Restaurateur Oliver Peyton is behind three restaurants at London attractions. The National Café, in the East wing of The National Gallery, offers a modern European menu from breakfast to dinner. The Wallace Collection is home to a French Restaurant in the heart of the museum's Sculpture Garden. Heal's stylish homeware and furniture store, on Tottenham Court Road, runs the Peyton and Byrne Bakery, which sells breads and savories with tea and coffee as well as Heal's Meals. The 60-seat restaurant was inspired by the store's arts and crafts roots.

A weekly fine food market takes place in Spitalfields in London's East End, at Crispin Place on Brushfield Street. More than 20 traders offer top-quality produce including some of the UK's best meat, French wines and cheeses and fair trade Sri Lankan tea.

London architect, David Collins, redesigned the bar and restaurant at the Langham Hotel at Portland Place. The bar is called Artesian after the old well, originally used for the 140-year-old hotel's water. The design reflects the hotel's heritage in a chic and stylish setting.

The Roundhouse Café includes The Roundhouse entertainment venue in Camden, North London, on Chalk Farm Road. The café, along with Torquil's Bar, are in a glass complex over two floors. The menu features a diverse London theme.