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Wednesday 08 November 1995
If you're in London to get the Christmas shopping done or suffering from the morning after, why not try an American-style brunch at TGI Friday's (right) in Covent Garden, on Saturday or Sunday. The Independent has teamed up with the restaurant to offer five readers a chance to eat out with a friend for free, and sample their three-layer omelette, waffles with maple syrup or eggs benedict special, all in US-sized portions.
Saturday 05 August 1995
Since the 1989 opening of the Quality Chop House the scruffy Clerkenwell- City borders now house a selection of affordable, easy-going restaurants that shame London's posher districts.
Friday 31 March 1995
If Miranda and John won't play with my friends, I won't play with theirs, writes long-suffering parent Adrian Mourby
Monday 26 December 1994
Oslo - A 41-year-old Norwegian has become the first woman in the world to reach the South Pole alone. Liv Arnesen arrived at the South Pole on Saturday after trudging 745 miles in 50 days.
Jerry Senfluk entertaining visitors having breakfast during the first Sunday morning live jazz brunch session at the Victoria and Albert Museum in central London yesterday
Monday 22 February 1993
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