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It’s both a blessing and a curse that the capital boasts good eating from the four corners of the globe.
Not content with having almost certainly the best beer garden in Stokie, The White Hart is now upping its food game.
Swedish food isn’t something that normally springs to mind with a mention of Brick Lane.
Sometimes you just want things cooked a certain way but nothing on the menu in the restaurant you’re sitting in cuts it.
Peruvian food has graduated from an on-trend, culinary flash in the pan a couple of summers ago to now being a mainstay of the capital’s food scene.
Everyone loves fried chicken, don’t they? Well I certainly do, but generally only get to eat it during furtive, angst-ridden, post-pub trips to places with names derivative of a certain colonel’s vast empire.
With Turkish thought to be the second most spoken language in four London boroughs, the cuisine is no stranger to the capital.
Glutton that I am, when it comes to running the gauntlet of Friday night takeaway options I often overlook Sushi due to the lack of a “feeling stuffed” factor.
The worst thing about responsibly sourced, ethical produce is that you’re often far too aware of where what’s on your plate came from.
Heading to a Farringdon establishment on a weekday night you are pretty much guaranteed two things: suits and steaks.
If you like waiting, you won’t like Pizza Union – unless cold pizza’s your thing.
Located in leafy St Paul’s Road just up from Highbury and Islington station, the Alwyne Castle is a popular gastro pub boasting an impressive selection of ales and one the smartest beer gardens north of the river.
Every day would begin like this if it was down to me.
One of the best things about the British summer time is a spot of al fresco dining. Sure, we may not have guaranteed weather, but when the sun’s shining there’s nothing quite like London’s parks and gardens.
Andy Burrows is one of music’s “good guys”, not that he would want to be seen like that.
“I did a little bit of research and I decided it was too important for me to pass up,” says playwright Isley Lynn, recalling the time she was approached to produce a play about female genital mutilation (FGM).
It didn’t get off to the best start, with the first week of shows cancelled and angry fans taking to social media in their droves to vent their frustrations.
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