Which places are best for lunch?

There are many places you might think would be a good choice for lunch in your local area, but it could be time to make a trip to the supermarket, according to the British Travel Association.

The association, which represents UK holidaymakers, has published a guide to the best local eateries, cafes and bars for lunch.

Here are some of the top places you can try.

LUNCH TIME LUNCHTIME: The restaurant is open from 9am-11pm.

The menu is available on a daily basis.

Paddy’s: Opened in 1997, this restaurant offers an extensive menu of sandwiches, salads and other meals.

Its location in the heart of the capital’s business district offers a comfortable atmosphere, which is complemented by a wide selection of coffee and tea.

Its menu is also available to diners at a later time.

The owner, Paul Paddy, says it’s not just about food.

He said: ‘It’s a very relaxed atmosphere.

I think we are just more relaxed and relaxed in general than other places in London.’

In the past it’s been open to lunch and dinner, but now there’s also a buffet-style menu.

It’s served on a Sunday and Monday from 7.30am to 1.30pm, and on a Friday from 6.30 to 7pm.

B&b’s Bar: This bar has been open for lunch for 30 years.

Its main menu includes burgers, salads, sandwiches, desserts and a large selection of beers.

The bar’s owner, John Fergus, said: The menu isn’t as extensive as the other restaurants in London, but you can go for lunch all day.

The drinks are pretty good, too.

You can go and have a glass of wine for a pint and some good food for two.

You’ll get a great lunch, but the bar is more for the weekend.

In the early years, it was the restaurant’s lunchtime menu, but since it closed in 2014, it has expanded to offer a lunchtime selection as well.

Paddington: Opens from 9.30-11.30 on Saturdays.

It has a wide variety of options for lunch and the menu is regularly updated.

Its restaurant is located in the centre of the city.

Padsbury’s: Located on Oxford Street, Padsburys has a small menu of salads and sandwiches.

It also has a bar.

The main menu is open until 9pm, but is now served from 1.45pm to 6.15pm.

It offers a variety of items and also has an open bar.

P&amp%;d’s Restaurant: Open from 7pm-10pm.

You could get a sandwich, a salad or a drink on the menu.

The salad bar is available from 1pm to 10pm and the drink bar from 1:45pm-6.15.

The restaurant’s menu is only available from 9pm to 11pm, so you won’t have to miss out on any of the other tasty meals.

Piazza delle Ottavio: This Italian restaurant has been serving lunch for decades, serving the city’s top restaurants for over 25 years.

It was the first restaurant to open on Oxford street, and it has become a popular spot for locals.

It opened in 2008.

Its signature dish is the classic tiramisu, served with a choice of toppings, but they’ve also recently expanded to include pizza and chicken.

The owners have also expanded the menu to include pizzas and salads.

Its popular with locals.

Its opened since 2012 and it’s still open to eat.

Boulangerie: This French restaurant is a staple in the capital, and its opening in 2013 is a major drawcard for locals, says restaurant critic Jean-Baptiste Blondin.

He told the Telegraph: This is the first place that opens on Oxford St in the past 25 years and the name is a little bit like a French word for the word ‘gala’.

The name Boulangers is a French version of the English word boulanger and is the name given to the new restaurant in the area.

There are only two French restaurants in the whole of London that are open for dinner and lunch, he added.

Brie & Bacon: This family-run restaurant opened in 1999, and the main menu has remained unchanged for 20 years.

The chef, Richard Brie, says his staff are “inspired by the classics and the French heritage”.

It’s a classic restaurant, with a big menu of dishes and salads, plus the classic dessert brie and bacon.

It is open for breakfast from 9 am to 12.30 pm and lunch from 1 to 4 pm.

It features a menu of French classics including the choux fondue, the brioche and the pâté, which can be served with or without a side of vegetables.

Bottega Veneta: Located at the back of the Bottegada restaurant, this French restaurant offers