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A Taste of East Africa at the Culinary Discovery Supper Club

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Burro e Salvia, London – the Best Pasta I’ve Ever Had

I think I’ve taken pasta for granted for too long. My mum’s lasagne is my death row meal and I always have a packet of some variety of the dried stuff in my cupboard for a quick and easy meal,…

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An Insanely Good Brunch at Friends Of Ours, Hoxton

It’s places like Friends Of Ours that make me a brunch snob. To be obnoxious enough to merge two core meals of the day and declare something entirely new, you’d better be damn sure that it improves on a standard…

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The Tale As Old As Time Afternoon Tea at The Kensington, London

I don’t take milestone birthdays lightly. When it comes to celebrating the lives of my nearest and dearest, I relish in planning ridiculously perfect and spot-on gifts that show them how much I love them. It meant that stumbling upon…

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A Beautiful Brunch at Pedler, Peckham Rye

Living in North London, going for brunch at Pedler in Peckham is quite the trek, but both the meat and vegan options proved absolutely worth the trip. It takes me 74 minutes to get to Peckham from my little (rented)…

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A Floral Inspired Afternoon Tea at Dominique Ansel Bakery, London

A new kid on the block: the floral inspired selection of the afternoon tea at Dominique Ansel bakery in London takes you from seed to bloom in a few delicious mouthfuls. Despite sitting down for afternoon tea being the crowning…

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Tacos and Margaritas at Breddos, Carnaby Street

For a modern take on tacos and a step up from London’s other Mexican chains, you need to make a reservation at Breddos. I bang on about how I don’t like sharing food, but I feel I need to be…

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The Beginner’s Guide of Where to Eat in Kings Cross, London

Previously just a dingy area of London to catch a train, I never thought I’d write about where to eat in Kings Cross – but over the last couple of years, the variety of options have made it one of…

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Sophisticated Barbecue at Pitt Cue, Devonshire Square

Looking for comfort food with a sophisticated twist? Pitt Cue has graduated from its first location in Soho as it serves up barbecue to impress in its new Central London restaurant. Pitt Cue is one of the first London restaurants…