Typing RoomMagazine Flavour | 02 Jan 2017
A JEWEL IN EAST LONDON
Considered to be one of the most pioneering restaurants in the British capital, Typing Room is located in East London, in the historic Town Hall Hotel, built in 1910. The name - Typing Room - was created from the history of its past location, which was once the place where all the correspondence of the Mayor of London was processed. In a modern and relaxed atmosphere, the decoration of the restaurant accompanies the elegance of the menu and plating, marked by a palette of soft tones, which varies between gray, white and light woods, with a mild touch of marble.
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Text: Isadora Faustino
Photos: Typing Room
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