This question is pre-emptive, since my friend and I haven’t been yet: but in the course of a project which may take us years – we meet up maybe once every three months, if that – we decided our next meal out together had to be at an Angus Steak House, exciting since neither of us has ever eaten in one (and nor has anyone we know). The larger project (which inadvertently resurrects an old ILE/UK FAP idea, I think) (inadvertently because it was my friend’s idea and he doesn’t know ILE exists) is to eat our way through every species of cuisine London offers. The question: why – as a chain of roomy eating places apparently successful enough to have lasted years – are Angus Steak Houses always almost completely empty?

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