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Dining Guide

Make great savings on eating out at top central London restaurants and eatries popular with many visitors to the city when you add The London Pass Dining Guide to your order.

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The London Pass new & improved Dining Guide

London is packed with top restaurants featuring world-class chefs serving a variety of culinary delights. However, dining out can be expensive; in fact recent research found that the average dinner for 2 costs £90.
london pass dining guide
With the London Pass Dining Guide you can make great savings at over 145 restaurants, with discounts of up to 50% off or special offers such as a free bottle of wine or ice cream sundae.

Top London restaurants include;
•    Cafe des Amis (50% off a la carte menu) 
•    Cape Town Fish Market (50% off a la carte menu)
•    The Commonwealth Kitchen (50% off a la carte menu) 
•    Covent Garden Grill (Free bottle of house wine)
•    Little Sicily (50% off a la carte menu)
•    Planet Hollywood (25% off a la carte menu)
•    Punch tavern (50% off a la carte menu)
•    Shaka Zulu (25% off a la carte menu)

It comes as a 150+ page guidebook which details all of the restaurants and deals included as well as your dining card card. Simply show the card at the restaurant to claim your saving – reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment on busy days but are not essential.

The London Pass Dining Guide covers up to 6 people and is valid for 7 days.

And you can get all of this for just £10 – the Dining Guide can be added to you London Pass order during the checkout process on this website and is exclusive to London Pass customers.

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Dining Guide website for more info

"Really impressed with all the benefits using The London Pass. An excellent was to get about widely at lower costs with "Entry without further payment" and "Fast Track"."
Syd & Jan from Australia

"I would definitely recommend the pass. There were various places, i.e. the War Museum, Royal Mews, etc. that we would not have gone to if we didn't have the pass. We ended up seeing many more attractions since they were included, and spent much less on admissions than if we hadn't purchased the pass. Showing the pass also made entry easy."
Ernest from USA