“In 2012, the owners of the South Place Hotel – a mere five-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station – had a rather good idea. They decided to open a chic, sophisticated fish restaurant on the hotel’s 7th floor and shake up London’s rather drab seafood dining scene (J Sheekey aside). My first visit was in October 2012 – literally deserted, I was still won over by Angler’s exquisite seafood, gracious service and glass-fronted dining room.
Six years later, it appears little has changed. The views are just as spectacular, and staff remain lively and affable. In 2012 however, the waiters had time to linger; now they dash. The secret is most definitely out – Angler’s elongated, modern dining room was packed to the rafters during our lunchtime visit, with a diverse crowd of couples, suits and tourists.”
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