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Heading to London? Forget the Olympics, it's time to eat!

Updated 2:52 PM ET, Mon July 23, 2012
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Cakes with tea at the Rubens Hotel. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Scones with tea at the Rubens Hotel in London. Jesse Solomon/CNN
The decor at London's Cinnamon Club restaurant. Housed in the historic Old Westminster Library and converted into a restaurant in 2001, the Cinnamon Club is BBC celebrity chef Vivek Singh's take on Indian fusion. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Dinner at the Cinnamon Club in London. Featured here: Murg methi -- a tandoori black leg chicken breast served with rice and fenugreek. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Brownies at Borough Market. Baked down the road at the Biscuit Factory in Southeast London's Bermondsey section, Bread Ahead makes the gooiest, chewiest chocolate brownies in town. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Meringue at Borough Market. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Wright Brothers Oyster and Porter House, a relaxed, intimate oyster bar situated adjacent to Borough Market. The restaurant is one of three London offshoots of Wright Brothers, a wholesale oyster distributor that according to its website, cultivates and harvests more than 5 million oysters per year at the Oyster Duchy of Cornwall Oyster Farm, located on the Helford River in South West Cornwall. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Fish n' Chips with a side of mushy peas at the Stockpot. Jesse Solomon/CNN
Situated in a landmark building in London's Chelsea neighborhood that once served as the British headquarters for the French tire company Michelin, Bibendum features classic French cuisine in an airy, contemporary setting. The restaurant's Michelin roots are evident throughout, from the stained glass windows to the butter bowls to the original advertisements adorning the wall. Jesse Solomon/CNN
The original stained glass Michelin windows at Bibendum. Jesse Solomon/CNN