Terra

 
 
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TerraTerra is a popular Mediterranean restaurant found in Cleveland Street between London's Goodge Street and Oxford Circus tube stations in the West End. Busy with local office workers, shoppers and Fitzrovia locals, Terra is conveniently located for for business meetings and after-work meals. Split over two levels, the restaurant has a rustic interior with coffee coloured walls and country-style tables and chairs. Popular dishes include chargrilled goat's cheese served on homemade ciabatta bread with rasberry sauce, grilled salmon fillet with boiled vegetables and new potatoes, and pan glazed fillet of beef served with your choice of sauces and chunky chips. Terra boasts a short but excellent list of Sicilian, French and Chilean wines.

 

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    Grange Langham Court Hotel
    London > Hotels > Mid-Range Chain Hotel   from £69  26% off
    31-35 Langham Street, W1W | 3 minutes from Terra
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    20-28 Bolsover Street, W1W | 3 minutes from Terra
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    Sanderson, A Morgans Hotel
    London > Hotels > Luxury Chain Hotel   from £219  40% off
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