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Things to do in London: New Mayfair JW Steakhouse just the ticket for tourists?
Published: Monday 17th of May 2010
The new JW Steakhouse in Mayfair will no doubt be added to many tourists' lists of London attractions, following its opening last week.
Located on Park Lane, the signature dish at the steakhouse is a 32-ounce rib eye known as the Tomahawk.
Writing a review on the View London website, restaurant goer FKS had nothing but compliments for the service.
She said: "I lost one of my earrings when I was there and the waiting team almost turned the restaurant upside down in order to find it.
"All in all, a really good surprise and definitely my new favourite place to go for a really good steak which is rare in town."
The reviewer added that one of her cocktails at the bar was one of the best she'd ever had.
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