Where to eat

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Como Lario Re­as­sur­ingly en­dur­ing, hav­ing fed lo­cals for more than 40 years; house spe­cial­i­ties in­clude os­sobucco alla Milanese and tagli­olini with fresh crab and chilli. Decor is white walls and red ban­quettes. 18–22, Hol­bein Place (020–7730 2954)

La Poule au Pot A busy bistro per­fect for a sum­mer’s day, when you can sit out­side over­look­ing the small square. Unadul­ter­ated, old-school bistro fare, in­clud­ing es­car­gots and bouil­l­abaisse. 231, Ebury Street (020–7730 7763)

Dayles­ford Bright, all-day or­ganic cafe and deli for the health-con­scious (peas and avo­cado on spelt sour­dough) and marginally less so (na­tive-breed beef­burger). The shop down­stairs is good for last-minute foodie presents. 44B, Pimlico Road (020–7881 8060)

No 11 Pimlico Road At­trac­tively de­signed and airy gas­tropub. Does a lively week­end brunch and a long line in shar­ing plates through to beers, wines and an ex­pan­sive cock­tail list. Good for large groups. 11, Pimlico Road (020–7730 6784)

The Orange Bustling pub with food, but there’s also a din­ing room up­stairs and four com­fort­able-look­ing ho­tel rooms. 37–39, Pimlico Road (020–7881 9844)

Enoteca Turi Rel­a­tively new to the area (it moved from Put­ney High Street), this fam­ily-run Ital­ian restau­rant has a menu in­spired by re­gional cui­sine that’s been up­dated for con­tem­po­rary tastes. 87, Pimlico Road (020–7730 3663)

The Sloane Club Per­fectly po­si­tioned pri­vate mem­bers’ club with glam­orous Art Deco-in­spired in­te­ri­ors. There are more than 130 bed­rooms and longer-stay apart­ments, as well as an on-site spa, pri­vate din­ing and space for events. 52, Lower Sloane Street (020–7730 9131)

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