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‘Finchley Road Entrepreneurs’ In The Spectator And At The Savoy

by | 4th, April 2011

OLD Mr Anorak caught Alistair Horne’s review in the  Spectator of the new Savoy Grill run by Gordon Ramsay. OMA is compiling a dictionary of London Streets and appreciates Horne’s phrase: the nasal tones of Finchley Road entrepreneurs, boasting their latest high-powered deals .”

OMA had thought that area of North London to be the locale of entrepreneurial Yids. But it turns out they have been overthrown by a new breed.

The review goes thus:

Another common fault of even smart London restaurants — the tables in the Grill are too close together. (The Ritz is an exception.) Our conversation was beaten down by the nasal tones of Finchley Road entrepreneurs, boasting their latest high-powered deals.”

On a  clear night you can smell

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