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RESTAURANT and BARListings The Artillery Arms


The Artillery Arms is a bustling City pub Monday-Friday and a true haven of peace come the weekends.


We serve delicious seasonal freshly prepared food 7 days a week and scrumptious Sunday Roasts.


 Free Wifi  Free newspapers  Function room for private hire  Board games to while away the afternoon  Live New Orleans Blues on Sunday nights twice a month  15% discount to Barbican Association members


102 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8ND. Tel: 020 7253 4683 www.artillery-arms.co.uk twitter: @artilleryarms


Vecchio Parioli Restaurant


Friendly Italian restaurant at the corner of Aldersgate Street and Carthusian street offers Barbican Association members a 10% discount on production of their membership card.


129 Aldersgate Street, EC1A 4JQ tel: 0207 253 3240


Opening times Monday to Saturday 12-3pm & 5.30-11.30pm


The Smithfield Tandoori


The Smithfield Tandoori is top quality local Indian restaurant specialising in tandoori dishes, traditional home-cooked Indian food and modern favourites with a twist. The quality of ingredients is paramount to us. Famous among the Barbican Community for our quality and flavours, we have been a firm favourite since opening in 1982.


We are now located in our new bigger, brighter restaurant at 12 Smithfield Street, London EC1A 9LA (corner of Hosier Lane) Tel: 020 7248 4000. Opening hours: Mon-Fri Noon- 2.30pm & 6pm-11pm Sat 6pm-11pm Closed Sundays.


10% off the bill for Barbican Association members.


E: mail@smithfieldtandoori.co.uk W: www.smithfieldtandoori.co.uk


VENEZIA BACARO


Bàcaro is derived from the Latin word 'Bacchus' which is the God of wine and intoxication and is the Venetian word to describe a humble unpretentious tavern or trattoria serving simple food and good, young local wines.


They are typically a great meeting place for locals and friends and represent a wonderfully relaxed, convivial and


simple environment where walking through the threshold leads you to live a completely authentic Italian experience.


The menu is inspired by original Venetian and regional Italian recipes. There is no compromise in the dishes, and


the unusual ingredients on the menu are not often seen outside their traditional region in Italy. Cichèto is derived from the Latin word 'ciccus’ meaning 'littlest quantity', a delicious, mouth-watering titbit


appetizers. A simple menu of cichèti is offered along with the traditional ‘ombra’, a small tumbler of wine drunk at the shadow of San Marco’s Campanile (tower bell) from the most exclusive wine list.


Wednesday to Friday afternoon from 5pm the ‘aperitivo’ takes place following the Venetian tradition to drink an ‘ombra’ or a white wine Spritz with Campari or Aperol accompanied bycichèti.


Venezia, 3-5 Goswell Road,EC1M 7AH, Tel: 0207 490 1715 email: eating@veneziabacaro.com Opening times:Mon-Fri noon-2.30pm 6pm-11pm Sat 6pm-10.30pm


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