It's Sheila Chichester's London Woman, a short guidebook to shopping, dining, and generally doing touristy things (but mostly shopping) in London from, as far as we can tell, the 1960s. There's no publication date. We could probably pinpoint it by figuring out when various places mentioned in it opened and closed, but that would probably take more effort than I'm willing to put in (WorldCat gives copyright dates from 1960-1987; the cover look like this 1969-claimed version on Amazon).
I shall, however, just leave you with this:
363 Fulham Road, SW10 01-352-5300
Pizzas in variety to take away, even on Sundays. Solves the container problem by putting pizzas in specially designed boxes. Closes at midnight.
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